Specifying Destinations

When sending or saving scanned data or faxes, specify destinations using the method below.
The method of specifying destinations and the number of destinations that can be specified vary depending on the function and destination.
Specifying Destinations
When sending scanned data by e-mail or I-Fax, you can specify destinations for the Cc and Bcc fields only from the Address Book.
Using the Address Book
Specify a destination registered to the Address Book of the machine.
Specifying Destinations (Address Book)
Directly Entering a Destination
Enter the destination using the keyboard or numeric keys on the operation panel.
Specifying Destinations (Direct Input)
Using the LDAP Server
Search for and specify the destination from the user information managed with an LDAP server.
Specifying Destinations (LDAP Server)
Using the Address Book on a Mobile Device
When sending scanned data by e-mail, you can specify a destination registered to the address book on a mobile device.
Specifying Destinations (Address Book on a Mobile Device)
Using the TX Job Log
You can call up the TX Job Log of scan or fax jobs and specify destinations that were specified in the past.
Specifying Destinations (TX Job Log)
Specifying Multiple Destinations
You can specify multiple destinations by repeating the operation of specifying a destination.
However, you cannot specify multiple file save locations (shared folder or FTP server) as destinations.
When Removing a Specific Destination after Specifying Multiple Destinations
Use the following procedure:
On the scan or fax screen, select [Confirm Destination] select the checkbox of the destination or group to remove [Remove from Dest.] [Yes].
If you selected the checkbox of a group, you can press [Details] [Destination] to view the destinations registered to that group. You cannot individually remove destinations registered to a group.
Confirming Destinations
The screen for confirming whether a specified destination is correct may be displayed depending on the settings of the machine.
In addition, the method for specifying destinations may be restricted, and sending may be restricted to only specific destinations.
Preventing Sending Data by Mistake and Leaking Information