I have a problem with a printer in our office regarding Scan to email option.
I have setup Email options in UI:
Mail server, Email adress, SMTP authentication with username and password and use TLS for SMTP, other options are unchecked.
Port for SMTP in TCP/IP setting is 587
I used the same parameters in other services for mail sending and it works just fine so its not problem with mail server. Also the Mail Server is ours.
The printer is connected using Lan Cable and in our domain, I tried pinging 220.127.116.11 from printer and it works.
I also tried unchecking use TLS option and then it gives error #806
I also run a firmware update for our printer but its not helping.
Is there anything else that Im missing?
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A windows configuration tool is available for Send To Email Configuration. I've found it to be useful in these situations:
There are 2 FW updates available. One is a Main Controller Firmware update for the MF411dw. v6.0.1. I you're not running this version, I might update the device. Its from 2017.
There is a second FW update that addresses a buffer overflow vulnerability. I would not be as concerned with this one as much as the above. Its v09.03. (2022)
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