Printing and Viewing Reports and Lists

You can print and view reports and lists including machine usage, communication results, and settings.
2-Sided Printing of Reports and Lists
Reports and lists are printed on paper on one side by default. You can change the setting to print on both sides. Changing the Report and List Print Settings

Types of Reports and Lists

Machine Usage Reports
You can print and view the following reports related to usage of the machine including power consumption and status of consumables:
Eco Report
Displays the number of printed pages and power consumption per month. You can see how to save paper and power based on this information.
Consumables Status Report
Displays the status of consumables installed in the machine.
PCL Font List
Displays the fonts available in PCL mode.
PS Font List
Displays the fonts available in PS mode.
Cartridge Log Report
Displays a log of toner cartridge usage.
Department ID Management Report
Displays the number of printed pages and other usage for each Department ID when Department ID Management is enabled.
Communication Results Reports
You can print and view the following reports related to communication results including sending and receiving results and saving results.
With the exception of communication management reports, communication results reports cannot be printed manually. You must configure the settings in advance to print the reports automatically. Changing the Report and List Print Settings
Communication Management Report
Displays all communication results for faxes and scanned data.
By default, this is printed automatically after every 40 communication events.
You can also configure the settings to print sending and saving results and receiving results in a different format.
Fax TX Result Report
Displays the fax sending results.
By default, this is printed automatically only when an error occurs.
This can be set to print part of the original in the report.
* The results reports do not include sending results of faxes sent from a computer.
E-mail, I-Fax, File Sending Result Report
Displays the sending results of e-mails and I-Faxes and the saving results of e-mails and I-Faxes to the shared folder and FTP server.
By default, this is printed automatically only when an error occurs.
* When an error occurs during sending or saving, the error code is not displayed in the e-mail, I-Fax, or file sending result report. To view the error code, print a communication management report.
RX Result Report
Displays the receiving results for faxes and I-Faxes.
By default, this is not printed automatically.
Settings Lists
You can print and view the following lists that summarize the registration information and settings of the machine:
Address Book List
Displays the destination information registered in the Address Book by [Coded Dial], [Favorites], and [Group].
User Data List
Displays the serial number and other machine information as well as the settings that do not require administrator privileges.
System Manager Data List
Displays the serial number and other machine information as well as the settings that require administrator privileges.
IPSec Policy List
Displays the settings of the IPSec policies registered to the machine.

Printing Reports and Lists

Print reports and lists using the operation panel. You cannot print these using Remote UI from a computer.
Administrator privileges are required to print the following reports and lists:
Department ID Management Report
System Manager Data List
IPSec Policy List
1
On the operation panel, press [Menu] in the [Home] screen. [Home] Screen
2
Press [Output Report] [Print List].
The [Print List] screen is displayed.
3
Select the report or list to print.
A screen confirming the paper available for printing is displayed.
If the login screen appears, enter the System Manager ID and PIN, and then press [Log In]. System Manager ID and PIN
To Print Address Book List
Select [Address Book List], and select the items to print.
4
Check that printable paper is set in the machine, and press [Start].
The report or list is printed.
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