<Fax Settings>

Specify the settings for receiving and forwarding faxes.
For information on the items ("A", "B", "C", and "No") in the "Import All Function" column, see Import All Function.

<ECM RX>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Fax Settings>
You can receive faxes using the Error Correction Mode (ECM).
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<ECM RX>
<On>, <Off>
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
C
Settings/Registration Basic Information
To perform a communication using ECM, ECM needs to be set in both the sending machine and this machine.
Even when you set ECM, errors can sometimes occur due to a poor telephone line connection.

<Fax RX Report>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Fax Settings>
A Fax RX Report is a report that enables you to check whether faxes were received correctly. The machine can be set to print this report automatically after documents are received or only when a reception error occurs. Fax RX Report
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<Fax RX Report>
<For Error Only>, <On>, <Off>
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
C
Settings/Registration Basic Information

<Confidential Fax Inbox RX Report>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Fax Settings>
A Confidential Fax Inbox RX Report is a report that enables you to check whether documents were received in the Confidential Fax Inbox correctly. The machine can be set to print this report automatically after documents are received. Confidential Fax Inbox RX Report
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<Confidential Fax Inbox RX Report>
<On>, <Off>
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
C
Settings/Registration Basic Information

<RX Start Speed>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Fax Settings>
You can change the receive start speed. This setting is useful when there is difficulty initiating the receiving of a document due to a poor line condition.
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<RX Start Speed>
<33600 bps>, <14400 bps>, <9600 bps>, <7200 bps>, <4800 bps>, <2400 bps>
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
C
Settings/Registration Basic Information
Set <Auto Adjust Communication Speed When Using VoIP> to <On> to send and receive faxes more accurately when the line or other party is prone to errors. The communication speed is limited to <14400 bps> or slower, which reduces errors. If <Auto Adjust Communication Speed When Using VoIP> is set to <Off>, the speed returns to the value displayed in <RX Start Speed>.

<RX Password>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Fax Settings>
You can set an ITU-T standard password. If a subaddress is not set in a document that was received from another party using the ITU-T standard, a reception password check takes place. If the password found does not match the password set with this setting, or if a password is not attached to the document, the document is not received.
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<RX Password>
<Set>: <Password>, <Confirm>
Yes
No
Yes
No
C
Settings/Registration Basic Information
Priority is given to the subaddress password if the received document is set with a subaddress, even if an RX password is set.
ITU-T stands for International Telecommunication Union-Telecommunication Standardization Sector, which is the group that makes recommendations toward the standardization of worldwide telecommunications.
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