Registering Destinations (Address Book)

Register destinations for sending and saving scanned data and faxes to the Address Book of the machine.
Address Book Function
By registering destinations to the Address Book, you can save the trouble of entering the information of destinations each time you send or save data. The Address Book has a function for easily specifying destinations. Use this function when displaying the Address Book screen or specifying destinations.
Address Book Function
Destinations that Can Be Registered
E-mail address (e-mail, I-Fax)
File save locations (shared folder, FTP server)
Fax number
How to Register Destinations
You can register a destination by entering a name, e-mail address, fax number, and other information, or by using the TX Job Log or user information from the LDAP server.
You can register destinations either with the operation panel or Remote UI, but the types of destinations that can be registered and the registration method vary.
Registering Using the Operation Panel
Use the operation panel to register destinations from the TX Job Log or LDAP server.
You cannot use the operation panel to register file save locations (shared folder or FTP server).
Registering Destinations to the Address Book (Operation Panel)
Registering Using Remote UI
Use Remote UI to register file save locations (shared folder or FTP server).
You cannot use Remote UI to register destinations from the TX Job Log or LDAP server.
Registering Destinations to the Address Book (Remote UI)

See Also

Importing and Exporting the Address Book
You can share and back up data in the Address Book.
Importing and Exporting the Address Book and Settings
Preventing Unauthorized Use of the Address Book
To prevent unauthorized adding of new entries to the Address Book and editing of existing entries, you can set a PIN and restrict the method for adding new entries.
Restricting Address Book Registration and Editing
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