Here are the necessary settings for the proper performance of the network scanning feature, which allows us to scan a document and store it in a specific folder within our network, internal or external FTP servers and email destinations.

Step 1:

Enter the printer’s IP address. A window will come up where we will have to enter username and a corresponding password or PIN.

To log in as an administrator, we need to click Administrator Login, after entering the username and password (PIN).

Step 2:

While inside the machine’s administration panel we need to find the Address Book, which is under the Basic Tools menu.

Step 3:

The previous step will bring up a window with the list of addresses that are currently in use on the printer. Normally, a few default lists appear here, even if you haven’t created one on your own.

Each one of these lists contain (under Destinations) the number of addresses or folders configured.

These lists, besides storing the scanned documents in a specific folder within the network, can also be  set to send a fax or an e-mail to an e-mail address previously configured.

To see the contents of an address list we click on the list name. Address List 01 is one of the names shown on the image above.

Step 4:

After entering the list details, we’ll have a table with all the destinations configured.

As mentioned before, these destinations can be folders within the company network, Internal or external FTP servers, e-mail addresses or a fax number.

To create a new destination, click on Register New Destination.

Step 5:

After clicking on Register New Destination, the first thing we have to do is choose the type of destination that we want to set up, whether it is a Folder, Fax, or e-mail.

In our example, we’re creating an e-mail destination.

We just need to type in the necessary data and then click on OK.

And that’s it. We’ve successfully created a new destination in our address list.