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    							Setting your terminal
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    To configure the local network setting manually:
    2531 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / LOCAL NETWORK / 
    CONFIGURATION
    +Choose MANUAL and press OK to confirm.
    IP address
    2532 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / LOCAL NETWORK / IP 
    ADRESSE
    +Enter the IP address of your terminal and press OK to confirm.
    Sub-network mask
    2533 OK - SETUP  /  NETWORKS / LOCAL NETWORK / SUBNET 
    MASK.
    +Enter the sub-network mask of your terminal and press OK to confirm.
    Gateway address
    2534 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / LOCAL NETWORK /
     GATEWAY
    +Enter the IP address of the network gateway and press OK to confirm.
    IEEE address (or Ethernet address) or MAC address
    2535 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / LOCAL NETWORK / IEEE 
    ADRESSE
    The Ethernet card of your terminal already has an unmodifiable, yet 
    consultable, IEEE address.
    Netbios names
    These names, which can be used with the network options, are used to 
    identify your terminal from a PC connected to a local network (for instance 
    with the name IMP-NETWORK-1).
    2536 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / LOCAL NETWORK /
     NETBIOS 1
    2537 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / LOCAL NETWORK /
     NETBIOS 2
    +Enter the selected name (15 characters max) and press OK to confirm.
    The WINS1 and WINS2 servers, used with the network options, allow access 
    to terminals on other sub-networks by means of their NetBIOS name. 
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    							52 Setting your terminal
    These two addresses must be filled in for the Scan To Disk function 
    (refer to paragraph Scan to Disk, page 84).
    2538 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / LOCAL NETWORK  /
     WINS 1
    2539 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / LOCAL NETWORK /
     WINS 2
    +Enter the IP address of each server, then validate with OK.
    Remark  : If the terminal is set up in Automatic configuration mode (2531), these 
    addresses can be filled in automatically by certain DHCP servers.
    SNTP server configuration 
    The terminal can automatically update its date and time when 
    connecting to an SNTP server.
    Server address
    2551 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / SNTP SERVER /
     ADDRESS
    +Enter the name of the SNTP server, then validate with OK.
    This name can be in the form of an IP address, a DNS address or a 
    NetBIOS name.
    Server port
     2552 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / SNTP SERVER /
     PORT 
    +Enter the server port number, then validate with OK.
    The port by default is port 123.
    Activating the server access
     2553 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / SNTP SERVER /
     STATE 
    +To activate the SNTP server, select WITH in the drop-down 
    menu then validate with OK.
    Time zone
     2554 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / SNTP SERVER /
     TIME ZONE 
    +Select the time zone where the terminal is located from the 
    drop-down list then validate with OK.
    If you have activated the automatic summer time management 
    (menu 212), the TIME ZONE setting is initialised automatically.
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    Summer time
     2555 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS / SNTP SERVER / SUMMER 
    TIME 
    +Select the appropriate time setting in the drop-down list:  winter time, 
    summer time +1 or summer time +2, then validate with OK.
    Remark  : This menu is not displayed if the menu 212 is activated.
    PC de-registering
    This menu lets you delete one or more PCs connected to the terminal via the 
    LAN.
    256 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS /  DE-REG. PC 
    +Select the PC that you want to delete from the list by means of the  
    and  arrows, then validate with OK.
    Case of connection to a domain (for instance with Windows NT, 
    2000
     or XP)
    The terminal can identify itself on the local network by using the parameters 
    of a user account, before it can, among others, archive documents by means 
    of the Scan to Disk function (refer to paragraph Scan to Disk, page 84). 
    Once these parameters have been filled in, they will be used by default, if you 
    do not declare a user name and password when using the function. 
    Login user name 
    2541 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS /  DOM LOGIN / USER
    +Enter the user name for login on the local network, then validate with 
    OK.
    Login password
    2542 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS /  DOM LOGIN / PASSWORD
    +Enter the password for login on the local network, then validate with OK.
    Domain name
    2543 OK - SETUP / NETWORKS /  DOM LOGIN / DOM. NAME
    +Enter the domain name of the local network, then validate with OK.
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    							54 Setting your terminal
    MESSAGE SERVICE AND THE INTERNET
    Your terminal lets you send and receive documents and E-mails from 
    subscribers throughout the world over the Internet. 
    An E-mail is an electronic message sent over the Internet, to an 
    E-mail address (which is a personal Internet mailbox). 
    Access to the Internet is possible thanks to an Internet service 
    provider (ISP). The provider puts at your disposal a server, or 
    computer system which allows you to connect to the Internet and 
    your mailbox through your telephone line.
    Before worldwide transmission, you must:
    • take out an Internet subscription from an Internet Service Provi-
    der (ISP),
    • check that all initialisation parameters correspond to those provi-
    ded by your ISP,
    • perform the proper settings, if needed, for the Internet connec-
    tion.
    You may then connect yourself to the Internet via your ISP to send 
    and receive fax-Internet or E-mails. Both operations will be 
    performed during an Internet connection.
    INITIALIZATION PARAMETERS
    You must define or, at least check all parameters needed to 
    identify yourself with the Internet.  
    Your ISP will provide you with these parameters as soon as you are 
    registered with them.
    The parameters are divided in 4 categories:
    • connection, allows you to identify the dial up number, the connec-
    tion identifier and the connection password,
    • message service, allows you to define the message service identi-
    fier, the message service password and the E-Mail address,
    • servers, allows you to identify the name of the OP address of 
    Internet SMTP providers (send) and POP3 (MBX reception) and 
    the address of DNS 1 and DNS 2 servers. The server address is 
    made up of 4 groups of 3 digits maximum, separated by dots.
    • SMTP Authentification, used to activate the authentification pro-
    tocol when the SMTP server used requests this to end e-mails.
    Access to connection and message service parameters
    91 OK - INTERNET / SUPPLIER 
    +Select the Internet provider from the list NO ACCESS, 
    PROVIDER_1, PROVIDER_2, PROVIDER_3, PROVIDER_4, 
    PROVIDER_5, PROVIDER_6 or LOCAL NETWORK, and press OK.
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    Choosing NO ACCESS disables access to Internet functions. OK.
    92 OK - INTERNET / INIT. PROVIDER
    921 OK - INTERNET / INIT. PROVIDER / CONNECTION
    +Enter the CALL NUMB., press OK.
    +Enter connection IDENTIFIER1, press OK.
    +Enter connection PASSWORD, press OK.
    922 OK - INTERNET / INIT. PROVIDER / MESS. SERV
    +Enter Email IDENTIFIER, press OK.
    +Enter Email PASSWORD, press OK.
    +Enter E-MAIL ADR, press OK.
    Access to servers parameters
    923 OK - INTERNET / INIT. PROVIDER / SERVERS
    +Enter SMTP, press OK.
    +Enter POP3, press OK.
    +Enter DNS 1 (primary), press OK.
    +Enter DNS 2 (secondary), press OK.
    Sample Internet settings for the terminal (56 kbps modem)
    Your access provider should give you the following information:
    Non-functional data given by way of example.
    1. If the identifier has more than 16 characters, the text will automatically slide over to the left.
    CALL NUMBER: 08 60 00 10 00
    CONNECTION IDENTIFIER: [email protected]
    CONNECTION PASSWORD: *****
    MESSAGE SERVICE IDENTIFER: demo jt12
    MESSAGE SERVICE PASSWORD: *****
    E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
    SERVER:
    SMTP mail.gofornet.com
    POP mail.gofornet.com
    DNS 1 103.195.014.001
    DNS 2 103.195.014.002
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    							56 Setting your terminal
    You should then complete the following MENUS on your fax machine:
     
    Your terminal is now configured. 91 Supplier Provider 1
    Connection
    9211 Call numb. 0860001000
    9212 Identifier [email protected]
    9213 Password *****
    MESSAGE SERVICE
    9221 Email ID demo jt 12
    9222 EMAIL PASSWORD *****
    9223 E-Mail adr [email protected]
    Servers
    9231 SMTP mail.gofornet.com
    9232 POP3 mail.gofornet.com
    9233 DNS 1 103.195.014.001
    9234 DNS 2 103.195.014.002
     smtp authent. 
    9241 activation With or Without
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    SETTINGS
    The settings are divided into several categories:
    • the standard settings define the connection type and frequency to the 
    Internet as well as the transmission type for your documents,
    • the  E-mail sorting defines treatment for all stored E-mail messages recei-
    ved.
    Standard settings
    Your terminal has two types of settings that let you define:
    • The type and frequency of the connection to your ISP.
    • Type of transmission over the Internet. 
    At any moment you may print the settings of your terminal to know their 
    status.
    Selecting the connection type
    941 OK - INTERNET / SETTINGS / CONNEC. TYPE
    +Select one of the connection options among SET TIMES, PERIODIC or 
    ON DEMAND and press OK to confirm.
    Selecting the transmission type
    942 OK - INTERNET / SETTINGS / SEND TYPE
    +Select one of the send options IMMEDIATE or DURING CNX then press 
    OK to validate.
    SET TIMESan Internet connection is established every 
    day at 9:00 am, 12:30 am and 5:00 pmA
    A. To avoid Internet access saturation, the automatic connection will occur in 
    reality 12 minutes, give or take, around the requested time.
    PERIODICan Internet connection is established every 3 
    hours. (default value)
    ON DEMAND
    an Internet connection is established at your 
    request by 
    IMMED. ACCESS (refer to 
    paragraph Internet Connection, page 60)
    IMMEDIATEdocument transmission will occur 
    immediately at each transmission request
    DURING 
    CONNECTIONStransmissions will only occur at programmed 
    connections  
    SET TIMES or PERIODIC TYPE
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    Changing the connection period (PERIODIC type)
    943 OK - INTERNET / SETTINGS / PERIOD
    +With the PERIODIC mode, enter the new connection period by 
    means of the numerical keypad (between 00:01 am and 
    11:59 pm) and press OK to confirm.
    An Internet connection will be established every three hours (default 
    value).
    Modifying the connection time(s) (SET TIMES type)
    943 OK - INTERNET / SETTINGS / TIME SETTINGS 
    +After selecting the SET TIMES mode, use the  and  keys to 
    place the cursor under the figure to be modified. Enter the new 
    connection time(s) by means of the numeric keypad (value 
    between 00:01 and 23:59) and validate with the OK key.  
    Selecting the print mode for the deposit notice
    944 OK - INTERNET / SETTINGS / DEPOSIT NOTI
    +Select one of the deposit notice options WITH, WITHOUT, 
    ALWAYS 
    or ON ERROR and press OK to confirm.
    Printing the Internet settings
    945 OK - INTERNET / SETTINGS / PRINT
    The Internet settings are printed. 
    These settings may also be printed together with all the other 
    settings of your terminal (refer to paragraph Printing the terminal 
    settings, page 102).
    Access to the authentification SMTP parameters
    924 OK - INTERNET / INIT. PROVIDER /
     SMTPAUTHENT.
    In the ACTIVATION menu, select WITH to activate SMTP 
    authentification then validate with OK key.
    In the PARAMETERS menu, select ID.MESS.SERV  to keep the 
    same identification parameters as  in  the  messaging service or 
    AUTHENT. SPEC. to define other identification parameters, then 
    validate with Access to SMTP authentification parameters by 
    pressing OK key. When you select AUTHENT. SPEC, carry out the 
    two following operations
    +Enter the IDENTIFIER then validate with OK key.
    +Enter the PASSWORD then validate with OK key.
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    Mail sorting
    This function lets you choose the mode for all Internet documents stored in 
    your mail box. 
    You have three choices:
    • [email protected] ONLY, lets you poll and print E-Mails in your terminal.
    • PC ONLY, lets you keep your E-Mails in you mailbox for later use with a 
    computer (no E-Mail poll),
    • SHARE PC lets you: 
    - if your PC and fax have two different addresses, transfer all mails or only 
    those with attachments to a PC, 
    - if your PC and fax share the same address, use the fax as a printer for 
    E-Mails for the PC.
    96 OK - INTERNET / TRI MAILS 
    FAX Only mode
    +Select option FAX ONLY and press OK to confirm.
    All E-Mails are polled and printed.
    PC Only mode
    +Select option PC ONLY and press OK to confirm.
    The E-mails are neither polled nor printed and they may be used with a 
    computer.
    At each connection, the number of E-mails in your mailbox is displayed on 
    the screen.
    Share PC mode
    +Select option SHARE PC and press OK to confirm.
    You may choose to transfer your E-mails to a PC or use the fax as an E-mail 
    printer.
    To transfer the E-Mails to a PC:
    +Select option WITH PC TRANS. and press OK to confirm.
    +Enter the E-Mail address of the computer you wish to transfer your 
    E-Mail and press OK to confirm.
    +Select your option from the table below and press OK to confirm. 
    Menu Description
    SEND ALL MAILSAll E-Mails are sent to the PC.
    UNUSABLE ATTACThe fax machine polls and prints the usable E-mails 
    and transfers to the PC mailbox all the E-mails 
    containing attachments it cannot use.
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    							60 Setting your terminal
    To use the fax as an E-Mail printer:
    +Select option W/O PC TRANS and press OK to confirm.
    +Select your option from the table below and validate with OK. 
    At each connection, the number of E-mails still present in your 
    mailbox are displayed on the screen.
    INTERNET CONNECTION
    A n  I n t e r n e t  c o n n e c t i o n  i s  m a d e  w i t h  a n  I S P .  I t  a l l o w s  b o t h  d o c u m e n t  
    sending and reception while connected. 
    A connection takes place the following way:
    • Send to one or more of your subscriber’s Internet mailboxes, all 
    fax-Internet documents waiting for transmission. 
    If you are sending to a computer, the transmitted fax will be 
    received as an attachment to an  E-Mail.
    • Reception of all fax-Internet and E-Mails deposited in your perso-
    nal Internet mailbox.
    You may connect either immediately or automatically depending 
    on the time periods defined. The triggering of a programmed 
    Internet connection depends on the standard settings of your 
    terminal.
    Immediate connection to the Internet
    There are two methods to immediately connect to the Internet:
    Access through the menu:
    93 OK - INTERNET / IMMED ACCES
    Programmed connection
    An automatic connection to the Internet depends on how your 
    terminal is programmed and more particularly on the standard 
    settings (refer to paragraph Standard settings, page 57).
    Menu Description
    DELETE MAILSThe  E-mails opened and read by the fax (w/
    o attachment) are erased after the fax has printed.
    SAVE MAILSThe E-mails opened and read by the fax are not 
    erased.
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