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How do I store faxes to disk instead of printing them on a 1370

We need to store incoming faxes to disk instead of printing them so we can preview the ones we want to print.  We have a canon multi function 1370 printer.  Thanks for your help

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Re: How do I store faxes to disk instead of printing them on a 1370

Hello jckrueger,

 

It is unclear as to the type of disk you would like to save incoming faxes to, however you can send incoming faxes (or scanned documents) directly to email or a network folder with your imageCLASS D1370.

Here are the steps for your reference to forward faxes to email or a file server:

NOTE:  When a fax document is transferred to an email or a file server, the document is converted to a PDF file.

Setting Document Transfer (Automatic Forwarding):

This allows you to specify whether a document is automatically transferred during receiving and where to be transferred.

NOTE:

Destinations that can be specified:

You can specify the followings as destinations.

- Fax
- E-mail (D1370 only)
- File server (D1370 only)
- Group destination

1. Press (Menu).

2. Select <System Settings> using [^] or [v] and press [OK].

3. Select <Forwarding Settings> using [^] or [v] and press [OK].

4. Select <Off> or <On> using [^] or [v] and press [OK].

<On> Starts to transfer received documents. Next, you need to configure transfer destinations.
<Off> Transfer is not performed.

When <On> is selected:

You can specify where to forward. You can specify only by the following approaches:

"Specifying destinations using one-touch keys"
"Specifying destinations using coded dial codes"
"Specifying destinations using the address book"

5. Press (Menu) to close the menu screen.

 

If further assistance is needed or this does not address your inquiry, please feel free to Contact Us and we'll be glad to help you further.

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