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    User’s manual



  • Page 2

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    OR

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    Rear cover

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    Control panel

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    Telephone line connector

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  • Page 3

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    2

    4

    6 3

    5

    12

    8 9 10 11

    7

    26

    (
    25

    22

    24

    23

    16

    1

    : key to print documents received in the memory

    14
    15

    15

    20

    21

    19

    (

    14

    13

    18
    17

    (INTERNET) key: transmission via the Internet
    (STOP) key: stop of the operation in progress, or
    activation of the secret mode

    2

    : key to play back messages received on the

    3
    4

    answering machine
    • blinking: presence of messages not played back
    • steady: presence of played back messages
    LCD screen made of 2 lines of 16 characters and 10 icons
    Choice of fax transmission resolution

    (Fine): fine icon on

    (Photo): photo icon on

    5

    6

    Line icon
    :
    • on: fax communication in progress
    • blinking: establishment of fax communication or phone
    communication in progress
    Memory status (0 to 4 )

    7

    Choice of reception mode (



    icon (TEL): telephone in service
    Blinking icon: mute ring
    icon (FAX): automatic fax reception

    17

    18

    key: confirmation of the displayed selection

    19

    (MENU) key: access to the various functions

    20

    21

    22
    23

    24

    10

    key: insertion of a dialling break (/), or flash feature

    25

    (PABX)
    26
    (REDIAL) key:automatic call-back of one of the last
    10 called numbers
    13

    key: move down in menus or to the right in an
    entry field - Volume down

    directory
    (DIRECTORY) key: access to directory

    12

    key: move up in menus or to the left in an entry
    field - Volume up

    (WEB TO PRINT) key: access to Web services

    9

    11

    (LOUDSPEAKER) key: hands-free mode or
    speaker mode

    ):

    icon (TAD): TAD in service
    8

    16

    Numeric keypad
    (START) key: fax transmission, or local copy

    key: return to previous displayed message or clearing of
    the last character entered in an entry field
    Alphabetic keypad
    key: used in conjunction with any letter on the keypad to
    access the symbols shown above the alphabetic
    characters
    key: used alone to insert a space. Used in
    conjunction with the Ctrl key to enter the @
    character in an Internet address
    (shift) key:used in conjunction with any letter on the
    keypad to enter a capital letter
    keys: preprogrammed keys to access the
    following functions:
    : list of callers (Service Class)
    : night mode
    : access to the print menu

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  • Page 4

    Contents

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    Contents

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  • Page 6

    Quick reference guide, menu guide

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    Aˆp‡v‚Ãphyyrq

    Aˆp‡v‚Ãqr†p…vƒ‡v‚

    TrrÃhtr

    M 11 OK

    ADD

    Add a record into the directory

    9

    M 12 OK

    MODIFY

    Modify a record in the directory

    10

    M 13 OK

    CANCEL

    Delete a record from the directory

    11

    M 14 OK

    PRINT

    Print the directory

    11

    M 16 OK

    SAVE/LOAD

    Save/load the directory on a chip card

    M 161 OK

    SAVE

    Save the directory on a chip card

    11

    M 162 OK

    LOAD

    Load the directory from a chip card

    11

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    Aˆp‡v‚Ãphyyrq

    Aˆp‡v‚Ãqr†p…vƒ‡v‚

    TrrÃhtr

    M 21 OK

    DATE/TIME

    M 22 OK

    NUMBER/NAME

    Enter your number and name

    13

    M 23 OK

    MELODIES/BEEPS

    Choose the ring melody and key beeps

    13

    Enter the date and time

    M 231 OK

    MELODY

    Choose the ring melody

    M 232 OK

    BEEPS

    Choose the key beeps

    M 233 OK

    ALARM

    M 24 OK
    M 241 OK
    M 242 OK

    NETWORK
    NETWORK TYPE
    PREFIX

    M 25 OK

    NIGHT MODE

    M 26 OK
    M 27 OK

    13

    Switch alarm On/Off
    Set network parameters

    14

    Select network type
    Activate the prefix
    Control the night mode

    14

    NB OF RINGS

    Set the number of rings

    15

    CORDLESS

    Cordless phone (depending on model)

    15

    M 271 OK

    HANDSET REGIS

    Register handset (depending on model)

    M 272 OK

    HANDSET ERASE

    De-register handset (depending on model)

    M 273 OK

    HANDSET CODE

    Radio encryption code (depending on model)

    M 28 OK

    SECURITY

    Protected access

    M 281 OK

    MEM ACCESS

    Lock fax and voice messages

    M 282 OK

    REMOTE CODE

    Remote access code

    15

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  • Page 7

    Quick reference guide, menu guide

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    TrrÃhtr

    M 31 OK

    FCT TRANSM

    Delayed transmission and broadcasting

    18

    M 32 OK

    POLLING ACTV

    Perform an active polling

    21

    M 33 OK

    POLLING PASS

    Perform a passive polling

    21

    M 34 OK

    SEND REPORT

    19

    M 35 OK

    TX FROM MEM

    M 36 OK

    RX TO MEM

    M 39 OK

    GSM TRANSM

    Print choice of transmission reports
    Transmission from the memory or document
    feeder
    Reception of documents into the memory or on
    paper
    Transmission from a GSM device

    19
    20
    22

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    Aˆp‡v‚Ãphyyrq

    Aˆp‡v‚Ãqr†p…vƒ‡v‚

    TrrÃhtr

    M 41 OK

    OGM RECORD

    Record the outgoing greeting message

    M 42 OK

    OGM PLAYING

    Play back the outgoing greeting message

    23

    M 43 OK

    MEMO

    Record a message (memo)

    24

    M 44 OK

    DELETE MSG

    Delete the voice messages

    25

    M 45 OK

    TYPE

    Select the type of TAD

    24

    M 46 OK

    FILTERING

    Select the call filtering feature

    26

    M 47 OK

    PRIVIL ACCES

    Select the privileged access mode

    26

    M 48 OK

    PRIVIL CODE

    Select the privileged access code

    26

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    M 51 OK

    GUIDE

    Print the menus

    M 52 OK

    LOGS

    Print the Tx and Rx logs

    29

    M 53 OK

    DIRECTORY

    Print the directory

    29

    M 54 OK

    SETTINGS

    Print the setting list

    29

    M 55 OK

    SEND REPORT

    Print the last communication report

    29

    M 56 OK

    LOCAL COPY

    Choose the number of copies

    29

    M 57 OK

    RIBBON GAUGE

    Display the ribbon gauge status

    30

    M 58 OK

    INTERNET SERVICE

    Print the Web site directory

    30

    29

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    M 61 OK

    PERFORM

    M 62 OK

    MODIFY

    Modify a pending command

    31

    M 63 OK

    CANCEL

    Cancel a pending command

    31

    M 64 OK

    PRINTING DOC

    Print a pending document

    31

    M 65 OK

    PRINT LIST

    Print the command list

    32

    Perform a pending command

    31

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    Quick reference guide, menu guide

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    Quick reference guide, menu guide



  • Page 10

    NOTE POUR
    L’IMPRIMEUR :
    Insérer ici
    les consignes de
    sécurité
    Réf : 23226033-4
    (voir spécification
    technique du LU :
    23260056-2)



  • Page 11



  • Page 12

    Introduction

    Introduction

    ,1752'8&7,21
    The devices in the Internet Phonef@x™ range are both versatile and powerful communication tools. You
    can use them to phone and fax documents, but also to send faxes that addresses will receive as e-mail, or
    else to print out pages from an Internet site the address of whom you know . Moreover, even if you do
    not have a personal computer, anyone can send you e-mail which you will receive and print out directly
    on your fax machine.

    Telephoning

    1
    Directory

    Fax transmission
    and reception

    TAD

    2

    Cordless handset
    ("Cordless Telephone kit"
    Printer ("PC
    necessary)
    Interface kit" necessary)

    Settings

    3
    Fax reception through message service
    fax converted into an e-mail

    Fax

    4
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    Fax transmission and
    reception on the Internet

    P ri

    Printed fax message transmission
    (e-mail converted into a fax)

    TAD

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    Because you can use this new generation of fax machines to send your faxes via the Internet, you will
    benefit from reduced rates since you will be charged only for a local call for all the calls you make (please
    refer to the section entitled INTERNET (MENU 9) on page 41).
    The installation of your machine and the operation of all of its functions and features require a telephone
    socket and a mains socket near the machine. Internet connections require Internet access (or
    subscription).

    7

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    Advanced
    functions

    Check for the following items when unpacking your machine:
    • Main unit,
    • Power cord,
    • Telephone handset,
    • Telephone line cord,
    • Paper,
    • Paper holder(*),
    An ink ribbon and its gauge card are pre-installed in the machine. You will have to replace them when
    they are worn (please refer to § Replacement of consumables on page 51).

    (**)

    Models with a fixed paper tray (100 sheets).
    Depending on model.

    Services

    8

    @

    9

    Internet

    • DECT kit (cordless phone, charger and base station)(**).

    (*)

    6
    Doc control

    Options

    Appendices
    1



  • Page 13

    Introduction

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    Caution - Please refer to the Safety Instructions at the beginning of this User’s manual.

    1

    1

    3

    2

    3

    4

    + Turn your machine upside down.
    + Insert the plug (1) of the power cord into the connector (2) of the main unit.
    + Run the power cord (3) into the groove (4).
    + Replace your machine the right way round.

    6

    5

    + Connect

    the telephone handset cord to the
    appropriate connector (5) on the main unit.

    +

    + Connect

    the telephone line cord plug to the
    appropriate connector (6) on the main unit, and
    connect the other end to the wall telephone
    socket.

    Connect the power plug to the wall mains socket.

    /2$',1* 7+( 3$3(5
    You may use any standard plain paper (A4 format photocopying paper, approx. 80 g/m²). However, for optimal
    print quality results, we suggest you use the type of paper recommended by the manufacturer (please refer to the
    last page of this User's manual).

    ❑ To avoid malfunctions and get optimal print quality, you should observe the following basic instructions:
    • use perfectly new paper without folds or rolled edges,
    • do not reload the paper tray while printing is in progress,
    • always remove all the pages left in the tray before reloading paper.

    2

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  • Page 14

    Introduction

    Introduction

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    1

    2

    2
    Telephoning
    3

    3

    4

    1
    Directory

    2
    + Snap the paper holder (1) in the two slots (2) + Prepare
    +

    provided at the top of the sheet feeder.
    Open the feeder cover (3)

    +
    +

    Settings

    a stack of plain paper (100 sheets
    maximum)
    Place the paper stack into the feeder (4).
    Close the feeder cover (3).

    3
    Fax

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    4

    3
    TAD

    1

    5
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    2

    6
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    + To open the cover (1), use notch (2) on the + Lift the paper support bracket (3).
    side.

    7
    + Prepare a stack of paper (30 sheets max.).
    + Insert it between the paper guides (4 and 5).
    + Press the clip (6) to insert the paper in the fax

    4

    7

    Advanced
    functions

    5

    +

    machine’s paper store.
    Adjust the left paper guide (4) to the width of
    the paper.

    Caution - Lift the support bracket to facilitate
    printout stacking.

    Services

    8

    @

    9

    Internet

    6

    Options

    Appendices
    3



  • Page 15

    Introduction

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    Your Internet Phonef@x™ machine has three distinct operating modes, which are described below:
    • automatic mode with TAD: your machine answers all calls and records incoming messages,
    • automatic mode without TAD: your machine sorts incoming calls before presenting them to you,
    • manual mode: your fax machine never answers any calls automatically.

    ❑ In each of these three modes, you may pick up the handset at any time:
    • when receiving a fax call, you can switch your fax machine to the fax reception mode by pressing the
    key,
    • when receiving a voice call, talk with the caller as you would on the phone.

    +

    Press the
    key once or repeatedly depending on the required reception mode: the icons
    corresponding to each mode are blanked (function off) or displayed (function on), as shown in the
    following three sections.

    $8720$7,& 02'( :,7+ 7$'
    Your unit works like a telephone answering device combined with a fax machine. Select that mode when you
    go out or if you do not want to lose any fax or voice calls.
    When your machine rings, it answers after a couple of rings and plays the greeting message you have recorded
    on your TAD:
    • if the call is a fax call, it automatically switches to the fax reception mode,
    • if the call is a voice call, the caller will be able to leave a message on your TAD.

    ❑ You can set the number of rings before your machine automatically answers
    (please refer to § Number of rings for the auto mode on page 15).

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    Your machine automatically sorts the calls before presenting them to you. Select that mode if you receive many
    faxes and you do not want to be disturbed by their reception.
    When it receives a call, your machine automatically answers without ringing(*), then it emits a waiting signal, and:
    • if the call is a fax call, it switches to the fax reception mode,
    • if the call is a voice call, it rings (warning ring) for 30 seconds(**) and the caller can hear a ringing tone.
    you can then pick up and talk. Otherwise, the caller will be able to leave a message on your TAD, which
    will answer after 30 seconds and play the greeting message.

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    Your machine mainly works like a telephone set: select that mode if you usually do not receive any faxes.
    In that mode, your machine never answers automatically (except after 10 rings if remote interrogation is enabled.
    In that case, it will play the greeting message).

    (*)
    (**)

    4

    All other telephone sets in your installation, if any, will ring normally.
    All other telephone sets in your installation, if any, will not ring.



  • Page 16

    Introduction

    Introduction

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    As described in the next sections, your machine features many functions accessible through the menus,
    which allow you to set and modify them: recording a directory of numbers, memorising received or sent
    faxes, setting the number of rings, etc.
    As can be seen in the menu guide, all functions are numbered in a main menu (e.g.1. Directory), from
    which you can access the various settings for the selected function (e.g. 1.1 Add, 1.2 Modify or 1.3 Delete
    a directory record).

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    1
    Directory

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    +

    2
    Settings

    Press the M key.

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    +

    Press the

    key to select the previous menu line.

    +

    Press the

    key to select the next menu line.

    +

    Press the OK key to confirm and go on to the next menu.

    +

    Press the C (ECM) key to return to the previous menu.

    +

    Press the

    (START) key to confirm and exit from the main menu.

    +

    Press the

    (STOP) key to exit from the current menu.

    3
    Fax

    4
    TAD

    5
    Printing

    6

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    +
    +

    Doc control

    Press the C key to delete the last character.
    Hold the C key down to delete all the characters entered.

    +

    Press the

    key to move the cursor to the left within a data entry field

    +

    Press the

    key to move the cursor to the right within a data entry field

    +

    Press the

    +

    Press the OK key to confirm entry and go on to the next menu item.

    +

    Press the

    (START) key to confirm entry and exit from the current menu.

    +

    Press the

    key to cancel entry and return to the initial value.

    7
    Advanced
    functions

    key to insert a space.

    Services

    8

    @

    9

    Internet

    Options

    Appendices
    5



  • Page 17

    Introduction

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    To print the menus and thus get an overview of menus, proceed as follows:

    +
    +

    Insert paper.
    Press the M, 5, 1 and OK keys or the F3 and OK keys.

    The menus are classified in their order of function number (please refer to the section entitled QUICK
    REFERENCE GUIDE, MENU GUIDE). The functions are classified in their order of appearance in this
    manual. Tabs are provided for quick access to the required information.

    6



  • Page 18

    Telephoning

    Introduction

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    Although it features advanced functions, your Internet PhoneF@x™ machine is also a telephone set
    providing a whole range of user-friendly functions.

    Telephoning

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    1
    Directory

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    You can also dial the number before picking up the handset. In that case, you can correct any dialling
    error by means of the C key.

    ❑ You can use the

    and

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    2
    Settings

    keys to adjust the volume.

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    +
    +
    +
    +
    +

    Fax

    Dial your party's number. This is displayed on the screen.
    Pick up the handset, the machine dials automatically.
    When your party answers, press the
    You can use the
    Press the

    and

    4

    key to activate loudspeaker listening.

    keys to adjust the volume.

    TAD

    key again to de-activate loudspeaker listening.

    5

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    +
    +
    +

    Printing

    Dial your party's number.
    Press the
    You can use the

    key: the machine dials automatically.
    and

    keys to adjust the volume..

    ❑ At any time, you can pick up the handset and continue the call (in which case the speaker and
    microphone are automatically disabled).

    6
    Doc control

    &$//,1* 86,1* 7+( ',5(&725<
    Your machine can store phone numbers in a directory. To know the applicable procedure, please refer to
    the section entitled DIRECTORY (MENU 1) on page 9.

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    + Press the (REDIAL) key.
    + Select the required number using the and keys .
    + To call the number displayed press the
    key or pick up your handset.
    ❑ At any time, you can delete the REDIAL number by pressing the C,

    Services

    (REDIAL) and OK

    keys.

    the

    icon blinks. Pick up your handset (or press

    ) key) and speak. To end the call, hang up the handset (or press the

    @
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    When someone calls you, your phone rings and the LINE

    7
    Advanced
    functions

    Options

    key).

    Appendices
    7

    8

    9



  • Page 19

    Telephoning

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    Ten seconds after dialling, a counter displays the approximate duration of the call.

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    During the call, press the

    key. This will activate the loudspeaker, enabling another person to listen to

    the conversation.

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    + Hold down the
    key.
    + Hang up the handset.
    + Release the
    key. Conversation then goes on in the hands-free mode.
    $&7,9$7,1* 7+( 6(&5(7 02'(
    During a call, if you want your party not to hear you for a while, press the

    key. Press that key again to resume

    your conversation.

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    During a handset call, you can record the conversation.

    +
    +

    Press the M and
    To stop recording, press

    keys: recording starts.
    .

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    To reroute a call to another set (connected to the same telephone line):

    +
    +
    +

    Press the M and

    keys.

    Hang up the handset.
    Go to the other set, pick up and continue the call.

    ❑ You should hang up the handset within 4 seconds. You have about 25 ìseconds to pick up the other handset.

    6:,7&+ 72 )$; 5(&(37,21 02'(
    If you pick up a secondary handset or take the line from a cordless phone and you cannot hear anyone speaking,
    you can switch your machine remotely to fax reception mode by typing # then 7 (please refer to the section
    entitled FAX (MENU 3) on page 17).

    8



  • Page 20

    Directory (Menu 1)

    Introduction

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    The directory is a file in which you can store phone and fax numbers, especially those of the parties you
    call most frequently. So, instead of dialling a phone or fax number or entering an e-mail address each time
    you want to communicate with one of your parties, you have only to select their names from the directory.
    Using the data you have stored, your Internet Phonef@x™ machine will dial automatically for you.

    ❑ The records stored in the directory are classified in alphabetical order.

    Telephoning

    1
    Directory

    &5($7,1* $ 5(&25'

    2

    To fill in the directory, enter each party's phone number and name in a record. To create a new record and
    add it to the directory:

    Settings

    + PRESS THE M, 1, 1, OK KEYS
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    + Enter your party's name.
    + Press the OK key to confirm.

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    or
    key, delete the last character entered by
    briefly pressing the C key, delete all the characters entered by holding down the C key.

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    + Press the OK key to confirm.

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    ❑ If your fax machine is in the premises of a company, it may be connected to a private automatic
    branch exchange (PABX). Some of these telephone exchanges require the insertion of a dialling
    prefix (e.g. 0). All numbers should be stored in the directory without that prefix. You can program the prefix automatically for all numbers (please refer to § Prefix on page 14). Some telephone exchanges also require the insertion of a post-dial delay. If such is the case, press the R key
    in order to insert the post-dial delay (the character / is inserted in the number displayed).

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    + Then, enter your party's e-mail address, if any, and press OK to confirm.

    Advanced
    functions

    or

    +

    press the OK key if your party does not have an e-mail address.

    ❑ To enter the character @, press the
    To enter the dot, press the

    and

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    The voice memo is a mini message that you record and associate to the party stored in the record. You
    will hear the voice memo each time you call them or they call you. For instance, if you select "Robert
    Smith" and record "It's Robert" as a voice memo, you will hear "It's Robert" each time he calls you and
    each time you call him. The voice memo thus informs you on your party's identity before you answer the
    call.

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    Enable or disable this function using the
    or
    key:
    • WITHOUT MEMO: no memo is associated to the record. Press OK to confirm.

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    • VOX MEMO: enables you to record a memo associated to the party: press OK to confirm, pick up the
    handset, record your memo and hang up.

    Caution - The voice memo is always enabled for outgoing calls (only in the case of hands-free calls). To enable
    the voice memo feature for incoming calls, you should first subscribe to the Display Caller service.

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    Once you have stored all your parties' numbers and names in the directory, you can select one of them (to phone
    or send a fax or an e-mail) using either their name or abbreviated number as explained below.

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    + Type in the first letters of your party's name or press the

    key: names are classified in alphabetical

    order.

    +

    If several names begin with the same letters, you can refine the search by entering extra letters or using the
    and
    keys.
    Then you can:
    • pick up the handset or press

    to call them,

    or
    • place a document in the document feeder and press

    to fax the document,

    or
    • place a document in the document feeder and press @ to send them an e-mail.

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    Your fax machine has automatically associated a 2-digit abbreviated number to each newly created record: 00 for
    the 1st record, 04 for the 5th record, and so on.

    +

    Press the
    , key to dial your party's abbreviated number.
    Then you can:
    • pick up the handset or press

    to call them,

    or
    • place a document in the document feeder and press

    to fax the document,

    or
    • place a document in the document feeder and press @ to send them an e-mail.

    ❑ If you do not remember which abbreviated number corresponds to such or such record, you can print out
    the directory for a copy of all the information it contains (please refer to § Printing the directory on
    page 11).

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    + PRESS M, 1, 2, OK
    To select a record:
    • type in the first letters of the required name

    or
    • use the

    +

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    Introduction

    +
    +
    +

    To correct the data in the record (name, phone/fax number, e-mail address or abbreviated number),
    use the
    or C key: edit the relevant data using the alphabetic and/or numeric keypads.
    Press OK to confirm and go on to the next data.
    To enable/disable the voice memo option, make your choice using the
    and
    keys and press
    OK to confirm.
    • VOX MEMO:
    - if no voice memo is associated to the record, you should record one (if you want to use this
    option): pick up the handset, record the memo and hang up.
    - if a voice memo is associated to the record, you can choose KEEP MEMO if you want to
    keep it, or NEW MEMO to record a new memo as described above and press OK to confirm.
    • WITHOUT MEMO: if any memo is associated to the record, it will be deleted.

    If you have subscribed to the Display Caller service (please refer to § Display on page 49), you can
    customise some of your incoming calls:
    • through a specific ringing melody,
    • by assigning them a specific mailbox number,
    • by assigning them a specific cordless phone.

    +

    +

    Move the pointer > to the required option using the
    or
    keys:
    • Choose PHONE CALL if the number associated to the record is a phone number.
    Press OK, select the ringing melody you want to associate to the calls of this party using the
    or
    , keys and press OK again to confirm.
    • Choose FAX CALL if the number associated to the record is a fax number and press OK to
    confirm. Select the mailbox number you want to associate to the calls of your party (please
    refer to § Mailbox (MBX) on page 33). Press OK.

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    Select the number of the cordless phone you want to associate to the calls of your party (if at least
    one cordless phone is connected to your machine) and press OK.

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    +

    + PRESS M, 1, 3, OK

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    Select the record you want to delete by typing in the letters of your party's name or using the
    or
    , keys and press OK twice to confirm: the record will be deleted.

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    functions

    + PRESS M, 1, 4, OK
    The directory is printed automatically. This document contains all the information you have entered
    (names, phone/fax numbers, e-mail addresses, as well as the abbreviated numbers automatically
    associated to each record).

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    Your Internet Phonef@x™ machine is fitted with a chip card reader used to save and load the directory
    and the machine's parameters e.g. if you return your machine to the workshop (power cuts, no matter how
    long they are, will not delete the contents of your directory). To benefit from this option, you should get
    a data saving kit from your supplier. Please refer to the instructions coming with the kit for any further
    information.

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    Settings (menu 2)

    Introduction

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    The different settings enable you to customise calls and the operating mode of your machine (choosing a
    ringing melody, storing faxes, etc.), but also set technical and security parameters (choosing a type of
    network, locking, using an access code, etc.).

    1

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    + PRESS M, 2, 1, OK
    Enter the date and time using the numeric keypad and press OK to confirm.
    Example: 7 May 2000, 9.15: press 0705000915 and OK.

    2
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    3

    The data you enter in these fields will automatically be inserted in the headers of the faxes you will send,
    so that they will be printed on the faxes received by your contacts.

    +
    +
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    To do so, the TX HEADER setting should be enabled (please refer to § Technical parameters on
    page 35).

    + PRESS M, 2, 2, OK
    Enter your name and press OK to confirm.

    5
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    You can choose between 4 melodies or NO MELODY and adjust the volume of the selected melody. You
    can also program beeps that you will hear each time you press a key.

    6
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    If you choose NO MELODY, the
    icon will blink permanently. In that case, only the message
    INCOMING CALL, which is displayed on the screen when you receive a call, will tell you someone
    is calling you.

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    +
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    Enter your fax number and press OK to confirm and go on to the next field.

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    or

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    +

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    + PRESS M, 2, 3, 2, OK
    Select WITH or WITHOUT and press OK to confirm.

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    Select the required option using the
    or
    key and press OK to confirm.
    • START: alarm switch-on.
    Enter the time at which you want the alarm to ring out, and press the OK key to confirm: to the
    right of the time, the screen displays a symbol indicating the alarm is in service.
    • STOP: alarm switch-off.
    The alarm rings for 30 seconds. Press any key on the keypad to stop it earlier.

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    The telephone line to which your machine is connected may be linked either to the public network or to a private
    network (e.g; in a company with a PABX).

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    +

    + PRESS M, 2, 4, 1, OK
    Select the type of network, PABX or PSTN, to which you are connected and press

    to confirm.

    If your machine is connected to the private automatic branch exchange (PABX) of a company, you have to enter
    a prefix (generally 0) for outgoing calls before the number you want to call, provided that:
    • the intercom numbers (for which no prefix is required) are short numbers not exceeding the minimum
    length from which the prefix should automatically be inserted (to be defined),
    • the external numbers (for which a prefix is always required) are long numbers exceeding or equalling the
    minimum length from which the prefix should automatically be inserted (to be defined, for instance 10
    digits in the UK).

    +

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not change anything in the numbers you have stored in the directory. Indeed,
    enabling or disabling the prefix will respectively switch your machine to PABX operation (WITH prefix)
    or PSTN operation (WITHOUT prefix).

    To set the local prefix

    +
    +
    +

    + PRESS M, 2, 4, 2, OK
    Select the WITH option using the

    or

    key and press OK to confirm.

    Enter the number used by your PABX to access the public telephone network (e.g. 0) followed by the /
    sign (or pause, access by pressing the R key, and press OK to confirm.
    If necessary, enter the phone number length from which the prefix should automatically be added (e.g. 10
    digits in the UK) and press OK to confirm.

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    This mode enables you to switch off the ringing of your machine for a given period of time (during the night for
    instance), while still receiving your calls. The machine then switches to automatic reception/TAD mode and will
    answer after 5 rings. It will automatically receive all voice and fax messages. At the end of the NIGHT mode, the
    screen displays the number of messages received and the

    and

    keys blink, and your

    machine automatically switches to the current reception mode. To activate the night mode:

    OR

    +
    +
    +

    Select

    using the

    or

    + PRESS M, 2, 5, OK
    + PRESS F2 AND OK

    key and press OK to confirm.

    Select the night mode start time and press OK to confirm.
    Select the night mode stop time and press OK to confirm.

    To deactivate the night mode,

    +

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    using the

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    This function enables you to set the number of rings before the automatic activation of your telephone
    answering device.

    +

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    + PRESS M, 2, 6, OK
    Change the number of rings and press OK to confirm.

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    The machine can be used together with one or more cordless phone sets, which require the installation
    of the cordless phone kit supplied with your machine or available from your supplier. Please refer to the
    instructions coming with the kit for more information. When fitted with this kit, your machine gives you
    access to the functions described below.

    2
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    For each cordless phone you want to register on your machine:

    +

    + PRESS M, 2, 7, 1, OK

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    On the cordless phone, press OK and 6. A number specific to each handset appears on its display
    screen.

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    4
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    + PRESS M, 2, 7, 2, OK
    The main unit’s screen displays the numbers for the registered handset.

    +

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    Enter the number corresponding to the handset you want to de-register and press OK. Your
    machine emits a series of beeps telling you that de-registration is in progress.

    Printing

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    6

    + PRESS M, 2, 7, 3, OK
    This function enables you to define a 4-digit registration code intended to protect your base station, e.g.
    from the registration of handset that do not belong to you but are in the same reception zone as your
    machine.

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    You can protect all your messages by a code, which you will have to enter prior to consulting them. To
    do so, you have to set a message access lock and choose an access code other than 0000.

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    +
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    + PRESS M, 2, 8, 1, OK

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    or
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    • WITHOUT: no access code for local access to the messages,
    • WITH: local access to the messages is possible only after entering the access code.

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    Press OK to confirm.

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    If you have chosen WITH message access lock, the message access procedure is as follows:

    +
    +
    +

    Press the

    or

    key, depending on the type of messages (fax or voice messages).

    Type 0 or, if you have a personal mailbox, enter its number (please refer to the section entitled
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS (MENU 7) on page 33) and press the OK key.
    Enter the remote interrogation code or your mailbox code.

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    This function is used to define the remote interrogation code for any voice or fax messages received.

    +
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    Introduction

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    document feeder (1) receives up to
    15 pages.

    4

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    +

    TAD

    the document feeder. If necessary, adjust the
    left paper guide (2) to the width of the
    document.
    The machine displays READY.

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    ❑ Your machine has an automatic document feeder. The last sheet in the stack will be sent out first.

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    + Lift the fax access door (1).
    + Lift the document support bracket (2).
    + The document feeder (3) receives up
    pages.

    + Insert the document, printed face down, into
    to 15

    +

    @

    the document feeder. If necessary, adjust the
    left paper guide (4) to the width of the
    document.
    The machine displays READY.

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    ❑ Your machine has an automatic document feeder. The last sheet in the stack will be sent out first.

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    Your Internet Phonef@x™ machine has three resolution modes. You will select one of these modes according to
    the type and print quality of the document you want to fax.
    • standard mode: for a good quality document without minute details.


    (FINE) mode: for a document with small characters or drawings.



    (PHOTO) mode: when the document is a photograph.

    +

    Press the
    and
    icons.

    key to change the resolution mode. The mode selected is indicated by the status of the

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    Insert the document into the feeder, printed face down, first page last in the stack of sheets.
    Dial the addressee's fax number and press

    to confirm.

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    When all your parties' names and numbers are stored in the directory you can select one of them (to phone them
    or send them a fax), please refer to the section entitled DIRECTORY (MENU 1) on page 9 for further
    information.

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    To send the same document to several addressees, proceed as follows:

    +
    +
    +
    +

    Place the document into the feeder, dial the fax number of the first addressee, or select it from the directory.
    Press the OK key to confirm.
    Dial the fax number of the next addressee or select it from the directory. Press the OK key to confirm.
    Repeat the procedure for each individual addressee (10 addressees max.), making sure you press the OK
    key each time.
    Press

    to send the document..

    ❑ You can move in the data entry field using the

    or
    ,
    delete the last character entered by briefly pressing the C key,
    delete all the characters entered by holding the C key down.

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    To program delayed transmission for a document, proceed as follows:

    +
    +
    +

    Insert the document into the feeder.

    + PRESS M, 3, 1, OK
    Dial the addressee's fax number.
    Press OK if you want to enter another addressee.

    or

    +
    +
    +
    +
    +
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    Enter the time at which you want your fax to be sent and press OK to confirm.
    Choose the required type of transmission (from the machine's MEMORY or from the document FEEDER)
    and press OK to confirm. (please refer to § Transmission from the machine’s memory or the document
    feeder on page 19, for further information).
    Enter the number of pages of the document and press OK to confirm.
    Choose or not a cover page for your document and press OK.
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    Your Internet Phonef@x™ machine enables you to type in a message intended for the addressee. Such a
    message will be either inserted on the cover page of the faxed document or directly printed on a sheet of
    unstamped paper. To send a short message, proceed as follows:

    +
    +

    + PRESS M, 3, 1, OK
    Dial the addressee's fax number.

    1

    Press OK if you want to enter a second addressee,

    or

    +
    +
    +
    +
    +
    +

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    press OK twice to go on to the next menu item.
    Enter the time at which you want your message to be sent and press OK.
    Choose ALPHA KEYPAD using the

    or

    2

    key and press OK.

    Choose WITH HEADER PG or WITHOUT PAGE using the

    or

    key and press OK to confirm.

    Settings

    Type in the message you want to send using the alphabetic keypad.
    Press OK to send the message.

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    You can program your machine so that a transmission report is printed each time you send a fax. There
    are three types of reports available:

    +

    +

    + PRESS M, 3, 4, OK
    Select the required option using the
    or
    :
    • WITH: a transmission report is printed if there has been no transmission problem or if it is definitively aborted (i.e. after 6 unsuccessful attempts). So, there is only one report for each transmission request.
    • WITHOUT: no report is printed following a fax transmission (consult the transmission log to
    keep track of all communications).
    • IF ERROR: a transmission report is printed after each unsuccessful transmission attempt.

    You can choose between two modes of transmission:
    • from the machine's memory: the document to be faxed is stored in your machine's memory before
    it is sent. This mode enables you to pick up original copies more quickly.
    • from the document feeder: the document is faxed right after placing it in the feeder and dialling.
    This mode enables you to send voluminous documents whose size may exceed the memory capacity.

    +

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    +

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    + PRESS M, 3, 5, OK
    Select the required option using the
    or
    key.
    • MEMORY:
    The document is first stored in the memory of your fax machine, then it is transmitted.
    • ADF:
    Document scanning and transmission are performed at the same time. If the addressee's fax
    machine does not answer, the documents remains in the feeder.

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    Your machine has a reception memory enabling it to receive your faxes or e-mail even when out of paper.
    Depending on the settings made, your machine can print out your faxes as soon as these are received or store them
    in its memory. Faxes and e-mail will be received automatically if the

    is on. If the icon is off, press the

    key (please refer to § Choosing the operating mode on page 4 for more information).
    When at least one fax is present in the memory, the
    key of your machine blinks. The key is off if there
    is no fax in the memory or if you have printed all the faxes received.

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    + To print out stored faxes, put paper in the paper tray, and press the

    key. If the machine runs out
    of paper, add some so that printing restarts automatically after the last printed page.

    ❑ You can protect the access to your faxes by means of a code (please refer to § Protection of voice or fax
    messages on page 15 for more information).

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    When activated, this function enables you to store all messages received in the memory, until you choose to print
    them out. When the function is de-activated, all documents are printed as soon as they are received.

    +
    +

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    Select the required option using the
    or
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    • WITH: the documents you receive are stored in the memory,
    • WITHOUT: the documents you receive are printed at once (if there is paper in the feeder),
    Press OK to confirm.

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    If you are away and have a fax machine where you are (set to the tone dialling mode), you can retrieve and print
    the faxes received on you own fax machine.

    ❑ As delivered, the remote access option of the fax answering machine of your Phonef@x™ is not available: to access your fax answering machine remotely, you should first enter an access code, which is
    shared with the TAD so that you can also listen to your voice messages (please refer to § Remote access
    code on page 16 for more information) and set your machine to the "automatic reception mode with
    TAD" mode.

    +
    +
    +
    +

    On a remote fax machine featuring a telephone set, dial your own number.
    Press the * key during the greeting message, then enter the 4 digits of your access code: the machine first
    delivers the voice messages.
    As you hear the beeps, press the 8 then 0 keys.
    Switch on the fax machine by pressing the
    key as soon as you hear the fax tone: your own fax machine
    will then forward all the faxes stored in its memory.

    Caution - When you access your fax answering machine remotely, the forwarded documents are automatically
    erased from its memory.

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    able to take in any extra messages: the

    blinks and the message MEMORY FULL is displayed

    or

    on the screen. Print the stored faxes and/or erase all voice messages to free some memory.
    The memory status is indicated by these icons:

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    transmitted (send or receive mode), you should:

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    machine then displays PHONE:
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    • if they answer, your machine starts ringing: pick up and speak.

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    Polling a document consists in leaving it in your machine’s memory or document feeder, thus making it
    available to one person (single polling), or several persons (multi polling), who can then perform "active
    polling" on it. This requires that your machine be set to the automatic mode.

    +

    +
    +

    +
    +

    5
    Printing

    + PRESS M, 3, 3, OK
    Select one of these two options using the
    or
    key:
    • SINGLE POLLING: the document will be deleted from the memory as soon as it has been retrieved.
    • MULTI POLLING: the document can be retrieved by several persons.

    6
    Doc control

    Press OK to confirm.
    Select one of these three options using the
    or
    key:
    • MEMORY: the document is stored in your machine’s memory. This solution frees your machine
    and the document can be retrieved by several persons.
    • PAPER FEEDER: the document can be retrieved by only one person (only in the case of SINGLE
    POLLING).
    • ALPHA KEYPAD: the document is a text you type using the alphabetic keypad.

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    Press OK to confirm.
    Enter the number of pages of the document and press OK to confirm.

    ❑ A message on the screen tells you if there is any document for polling. A single polling document
    will automatically be deleted from the memory as soon as retrieved, unlike multi-polling, which
    you can cancel through menu 63 (please refer to § Deleting a command from the queue on
    page 31).

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    When a document has been polled on a remote fax, you can perform "active polling" on it (i.e. print it out
    on your own fax machine), only if there is no document in your feeder.

    + PRESS M, 3, 2, OK
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    Fax (Menu 3)

    +
    +

    Dial the number of the fax machine containing the polled fax and press the OK key.
    Press the

    key for immediate active polling.

    or

    +

    Press OK for multiple active polling (maximum 10 addressees).

    or

    +

    Press OK twice for delayed active polling:
    • Enter the time required for active polling, and press the

    key to confirm.

    • When active polling is performed on the document, the

    key blinks (in the AUTOMATIC

    operating mode, please refer to § Choosing the operating mode on page 4). Press the

    key to

    print the document.

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    You can connect a SAGEM cellphone (GSM) to your machine, which will enable you to send or receive faxes
    via your cellphone (please refer to the section entitled QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE, MENU GUIDE, Menu
    39). This function requires the installation of a Fax-Cellphone connection kit available from your supplier. Please
    refer to the instructions coming with the kit for further information.

    Caution - Before connecting a SAGEM cellphone to your machine, disconnect your machine from the mains
    supply and plug it back in once you have connected it to the GSM device .

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    TAD (Menu 4)

    Introduction

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    Your machine features a telephone answering device (TAD) whose simple and extensive functions
    provide a wide range of possibilities: leaving a message to persons calling you in your absence, letting
    them leave you a accessing message, your machine remotely as done for faxes, etc.
    Your TAD features two options:
    • ANSWERING MACHINE: callers cannot leave you a message after the greeting message, which only
    gives them some information.
    • ANSWERING-RECORDING MACHINE: callers can leave you a message after the greeting message.

    Telephoning

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    2

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    Settings

    The machine has 2 distinct greeting messages, corresponding to the two functions of the TAD (answering
    machine or answering-recording machine); the answering-recording machine’s greeting message is prerecorded. You can change it by recording your own greeting message.

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    +

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    Pick up your handset and record your greeting message (20 seconds max.).
    The time in seconds is counted down as you record your message.
    Hang up your handset to stop the recording. Your message is then played back, after which you
    can put your TAD into service.

    5
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    +

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    + PRESS M, 4, 2, 1, OK

    6

    Your machine plays back the greeting message you have recorded.

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    +
    +

    + PRESS M, 4, 1, 2, OK
    Pick up your handset and record your greeting message (90 seconds max.).
    The time in seconds is counted down as you record your message.
    Hang up your handset to stop the recording. Your message is then played back, after which you
    can put your TAD into service.

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    +

    + PRESS M, 4, 2, 2, OK
    Your machine plays back the greeting message you have recorded.

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    TAD (Menu 4)

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    +

    + PRESS M, 4, 5, OK
    Select the required type of TAD (ANSWERING MACHINE or ANSWERING-RECORDING MACHINE) using the
    or
    key and press OK to confirm.

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    Press the

    key. When the

    icon is on, your TAD is in service.

    key. When the

    icon is off, your TAD is not in service.

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    Press the

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    When you have received at least one message, the screen displays the total number of messages (except in the
    case of delayed transmission or active polling, or passive polling) and the

    key on your machine blinks.

    This key is off if there are no pending messages, and is steady on when all received messages have been listened
    to.

    /,67(1,1* 72 0(66$*(6
    + Press the
    key. For each message being listened to, the screen displays the sequence number
    together with the date and time of reception.
    While listening to the messages, you can press the following keys:

    or
    to adjust the audio volume,
    • C twice to return to the beginning of the message,
    • OK to skip to the next message,


    for a pause. Press the same key again to resume listening,

    • you can also use the remote access controls (please refer to § Remote access on page 25).

    /2&$/ 0(66$*(
    You can record a local message on your TAD, which will be like a message left by a remote caller. This function
    is very useful when you have to go out of your office or home and you want to leave a message for anyone coming
    in after you.

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    + PRESS M AND
    +
    +

    + PRESS M, 4, 3, OK
    Pick up the handset and record your message.
    Hang up the handset to stop the recording.

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    +

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    TAD (Menu 4)

    Introduction

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    Press the C key, then OK during the message you want to delete.

    1

    ❑ You cannot delete the messages you have not listened to.

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    Directory

    When too many faxes have been received and too many messages have been recorded, your machine is
    saturated and cannot take in any other messages: the
    or
    icon blinks and the message MEMORY
    FULL is displayed. Print out the faxes and/or delete the voice messages to get some spare memory.

    2
    Settings

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    3

    You can interrogate your TAD remotely and thus listen to the messages you have received, only if the
    telephone set you are calling from supports the tone dialling mode.

    Fax

    ❑ As delivered, this option is not available: to interrogate your TAD remotely, you should first enter
    a remote access code, which is shared with the fax answering machine (so that you can also print
    out the faxes received). Please refer to § Remote access code on page 16 for more information.

    +
    +
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    4
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    On a remote telephone set, dial your own number.
    Press the * key during the greeting message, then enter the 4 digits of your access code: the
    machine delivers all the voice messages you have received.
    After the last message or if there is no message, the machine emits a series of beeps.

    5
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    List of available remote operations:
    While listening:

    6

    • Pause or resume message listening by pressing
    • Go to the next message by pressing

    .

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    .

    • Listen to the same message by pressing

    .

    7

    • Go back to the previous message by pressing

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    . twice

    After listening:
    • Delete received messages by pressing

    then

    • Record your greeting message by pressing

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    then

    8

    and

    stop the recording by pressing any key.
    • Listen to your greeting message by pressing
    • Switch on your TAD by pressing

    .

    • Switch off your TAD by pressing

    .

    • Resume message listening by pressing

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    TAD (Menu 4)

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    This function enables you to listen to the caller leaving you a message on your TAD, before deciding on whether
    to pick up or not.

    +

    +

    + PRESS M, 4, 6, OK
    Select the required option using the
    or
    key:
    • WITH CALL SCREENING: you can hear the messages as they are recorded on your TAD, and:
    - adjust the SPEAKER volume using the
    and
    keys,
    - pick up to answer the call.
    • WITHOUT CALL SCREENING: messages are recorded in silence, only a message on the screen tells you
    you are receiving a call and a message is being recorded:
    - you can pick up to answer the call.
    Press OK to confirm.

    ❑ The call screening feature is not available if you have activated the privileged access mode (see below).

    35,9,/(*(' $&&(66
    This function enables you to choose a code, which you will give to those persons who may call you at a given
    moment (e.g. your collaborators during a meeting or your close relatives from a certain time).

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    +
    +

    + PRESS M, 4, 8, OK
    Enter a privileged access code other than 0000 and different from the remote access code.
    Press OK to confirm.

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    +
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    + PRESS M, 4, 7, OK
    Choose WITH using the

    and

    keys.

    Press OK to confirm.

    ❑ When the privileged access function is in service, the

    icon blinks.

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    Only those privileged callers having your privileged access code will be able to call you.
    To do so, they should proceed as follows:

    +
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    Dial your number.
    Press the * key during the greeting message, then enter the 4 digits of your privileged access code: your
    machine only starts ringing after the code has been entered.

    ❑ If you do not answer, the caller will have the possibility to leave a message on your TAD, if this is in service.

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    TAD (Menu 4)

    Introduction

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    Directory
    • Go to the next message by pressing

    .

    • Listen to the same message by pressing

    .

    2

    • Go back to the previous message by pressing

    Settings

    twice.
    • Delete the received messages by pressing

    then

    3

    .
    • Record your greeting message by pressing

    then

    Fax

    and stop the recording by pressing any key.
    • Listen to your greeting message by pressing
    • Switch on your TAD by pressing

    .

    • Switch off your TAD by pressing

    .

    • Resume message listening by pressing

    4

    .

    TAD

    5

    .

    Printing

    From a fax machine:
    • After listening to the message: 8, 0 then

    to retrieve

    the faxes stored in your machine’s memory.

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    Printing & local copy (Menu 5)

    Introduction

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    The Printing (MENU 5) can be accessed directly using the

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    key.

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    + PRESS M, 5, 1, OK

    2

    Prints the list of the numbered functions.

    /2*6

    Settings

    + PRESS M, 5, 2, OK

    3

    Prints the transmission and reception logs, which list the last 30 communications.

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    Fax

    + PRESS M, 5, 3, OK
    4

    Prints the directory.

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    TAD

    + PRESS M, 5, 4, OK
    Prints the list of your machine’s settings.

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    + PRESS M, 5, 5, OK

    Printing

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    + Insert the document to be copied in the document feeder, as for transmission.
    + Choose the resolution mode by pressing the
    key.
    + Press the key.
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    + PRESS M, 5, 6, OK
    + Type in the number of copies you want to print on the numeric keypad (1 to 99).
    + Press the OK key: the document is stored and then printed.
    ❑ The multicopy function cannot be used to print out a received fax; it applies only to a printed

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    Printing & local copy (Menu 5)

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    + PRESS M, 5, 7, OK
    The ribbon gauge shows the percentage of ribbon available.

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    + PRESS M, 5, 8, OK
    Prints the Web site directory.
    For any information on the Web site directory, please refer to § Creating and automatically updating the Web
    site directory on page 37.

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    Document control (Menu 6)

    Introduction

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    A set of menus enables you to control all the pending commands.

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    This function is used to immediately execute a pending command:

    + PRESS M, 6, 1, OK
    The status of the pending documents is shown:
    • DOC : PASSIVE POLLING
    • POL : ACTIVE POLLING
    • TX : DELAYED TRANSMISSION
    • NET : INTERNET TRANSMISSION (fax or e-mail)
    • CNT : INTERNET CONNECTION
    • MBX : TRANSMISSION TO A MAILBOX
    • POL : ACTIVE POLLING TO A MAILBOX

    +
    +

    Select the required command using the

    or

    2
    Settings

    3
    Fax
    key.

    4

    Press the OK key to execute it.

    TAD

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    +
    +
    +

    + PRESS M, 6, 2, OK
    Select the command you want to consult or modify using the

    or

    5
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    key.

    Press the OK key and modify the parameters for the displayed transmission request.

    6

    Press the OK key to confirm your changes.

    Doc control

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    +
    +
    +

    + PRESS M, 6, 3, OK
    Select the command you want to delete using the

    or

    key.

    Press the OK key to delete the request from the queue.
    Press the OK key to confirm deletion.

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    This function enables you to know the content of a document waiting for transmission.

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    Select the pending document using the

    or

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    Press the OK key to print out the selected document.

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    Document control (Menu 6)

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    This list shows, for each pending document: the sequence number of the pending operation, the addressee’s name,
    the scheduled transmission time, the type of pending operation, the number of pages in the document and its size
    (percentage of memory taken up by the document).
    To print out the list,

    + PRESS M, 6, 5, OK

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    Advanced functions (Menu 7)

    Introduction

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    Advanced functions (Menu 7)

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    For your mailbox to accept a message or a fax, your machine should be in the
    callers should follow this procedure:

    +
    +
    +
    +

    reception mode. Then,

    For a fax, insert the document to be sent in the feeder.
    Dial your number: they can hear your greeting message.
    Press the # and 1 keys and type your mailbox number (between 1 and 5): they can hear the greeting
    message specific to the mailbox.
    After the beep, record their message or press

    to send their fax.

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    If your party has a compatible machine, you can deposit a fax directly in his/her personal mailbox.
    To do so, follow this procedure:

    +
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    +
    +
    +
    +

    + PRESS M, 7, 1, 3, OK
    Dial your party’s number and press OK twice.
    Enter his/her mailbox number and confirm with
    transmission.

    for immediate transmission, or with OK for delayed

    In the latter case, enter the required time for fax transmission and press OK to confirm.
    Select the type of document to be sent (memory, feeder or keypad) and press OK to confirm.
    If you have chosen either one of the first two alternatives, enter the number of pages to be sent, insert the
    document and press OK to confirm.
    If you have chosen ALPHA KEYPAD, type in your message and press OK to confirm.

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    If your party has a compatible machine, you can poll the documents he/she has received in his/her mailbox. To
    do so, follow this procedure:

    +
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    + PRESS M, 7, 1, 4, OK
    Dial your party’s number and press OK twice.
    Enter your party’s mailbox number (between 1 and 5) and press OK to confirm.
    Enter the code for access to your party’s mailbox and press
    delayed polling.

    for immediate polling or OK to schedule

    + In the latter case, enter the required polling time and press OK to confirm.
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    + Press the
    key to listen to a message, and the
    key to print out a fax.
    + Enter your mailbox number (between 1 and 5) and press the OK key.
    • If the access to your mailbox is not protected (MEM ACCESS =NO), you can hear your voice message or
    your fax gets printed,
    • If the access to your mailbox is protected (MEM ACCESS =YES), enter your 4-digit mailbox code.

    ❑ To listen to a message or print out a fax not received in a mailbox, enter 0 as the mailbox number.

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    + Dial your number from a remote telephone set or fax machine; you can hear your TAD’s greeting message.
    + Press #, 1 then enter your mailbox number (between 1 and 5).
    + Then enter the 4 digits of your mailbox access code:
    • listen to deposited messages, if any (you can hear beeps if there are no messages),

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    • if calling from a fax machine, press 8 and 0 as you hear the fax machine beeps and press the
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    Advanced functions (Menu 7)

    Introduction

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    Your machine has been configured for operation on all telephone networks. However, some of its
    technical parameters may be changed.
    The technical parameters are arranged into a list in which you move using the
    technical parameters:

    and

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    keys. To access

    1

    + PRESS M, 7, 9, OK
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    01 DIALLING

    choice of the type of dialling ( pulse or tone)

    02 TX HEADER:

    you can insert your name, your fax number, the date and time on the
    header of the fax received by the addressee.

    03 TX LOCK UP:

    lock up the fax transmission speed.

    04 ANTI ECHO:

    inhibit the satellite echo in case of fax problems in long-haul calls.

    05 DISTINCTIVE RING

    for Australia only : signal voice calls by the normal ringing pattern, and
    fax transmission by a special ringing pattern.

    10 RX HEADER:

    print the sender’s name and fax number as well as the date and time on
    the header of the fax you receive.

    11 RX LOCKUP:

    lock up the fax reception speed.

    20 REDUCE MODE:

    choose the printing reduction mode (received faxes, local copies):
    automatic or manual.

    21 REDUCE RATE:

    set the printing reduction mode.

    22 NB OF PAGES:

    enter the number of pages printed (received faxes and local copies) since
    machine switch-on.

    40 FLASH LENGTH:

    choose the in-line interrupt time (long or short) of the R key "Flash"
    signal.

    50 SORTED PRINT:

    print documents in reverse order of reception (or scanning for a local
    copy).

    71 NET ACTIVE:

    choose whether automatic Internet connections are authorised on weekend days.

    72 MODEM LOCK UP:

    lock up the transmission/reception speed via the Internet.

    73 RECORD REP@:

    automatically record the Internet address of a fax addressee into the
    directory.

    74 EMPTY MBX:

    delete the first message from the mailbox at the next connection.

    75 PPP COMPRESS.:

    for connection to certain access providers.

    2
    Settings

    3
    Fax

    4
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    5
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    functions

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    You can control your machine remotely from an extension tone dialling telephone set in your installation,
    i.e. a set connected to another socket on the same line (same subscriber’s number).

    ❑ If the extension set is configured in pulse dialling mode, type * to switch it to tone dialling mode.

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    Advanced functions (Menu 7)

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    message, press # then 0 to switch off the TAD.

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    If you take the line from an extension set and you cannot hear anyone speaking, you can switch your machine
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    Services (Menu 8)

    Introduction

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    To be able to use this service, you should first create your Internet mailbox (please refer to the section
    entitled INTERNET (MENU 9) on page 41).

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    Your Internet Phonef@x™ machine will then provide you access to selected Internet sites and enable you
    to print out the related Web pages.
    The Web pages are defined by their addresses (called URL: Uniform Resource Locator) with the
    following format: http://www.sagem.com (for the Sagem Web site).

    2
    Settings

    These addresses are stored in a directory called the Web site directory.
    The

    key provides direct access to that directory.

    Press the M then

    3
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    keys to gain direct access to the directory control menu.

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    Your Web site directory enables you to store Web addresses. It is controlled and handled like a phone and
    fax number directory.

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    It contains addresses to specific Web sites, selected by your machine (news, travelling, culture, leisure,
    sport, weather...).
    This directory is automatically created as you first connect to the Internet (please refer to the section
    entitled INTERNET (MENU 9) on page 41)
    The directory can then be updated:
    • periodically (please refer to § My log: periodic printing of a set of Web pages): getting connected
    to the site called "UPDATE" will automatically update the directory,
    • whenever required, by proceeding as follows:

    + PRESS M, 8, 1, 2, OK

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    6
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    Your fax machine connects to the Internet and automatically prints out the list of Web sites added to
    your directory during the update process.

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    To print out the Web site directory at any time,

    + PRESS M, 8, 1, 6, OK

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    This function enables you to select a list of sites (10 sites max.) for which you want to schedule Internet
    connection at the same dates and times for Web page printout purposes.

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    So, you will have to enter these connection parameters only once for all the sites you have selected.
    To draw up the site list,

    +

    + PRESS M, 8, 1, 1, OK

    Options

    Select the first site and press OK to confirm.

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    +

    Repeat the procedure for all the other sites and press OK to confirm.

    ❑ You can select UPDATE among the sites to programme automatic directory update, at the same time as
    the printout of selected Web pages.

    +
    +

    Press OK again to confirm the last selected site once you are finished with your selection.
    Choose the days of the week for which you want to schedule the printing of selected Web pages. To do so:
    • use the
    and
    keys to move to the different days (M T W T F S S),
    • select or de-select the days by means of the C key (the screen displays the letter corresponding to the
    day of the week when this is selected, or "-" otherwise),
    • press OK to confirm.

    +

    Enter the time at which you want to connect and print out these Web pages and press OK to confirm.
    Your machine will connect to the selected sites as chosen to print out the corresponding Web pages.

    3HULRGLFDOO\ SULQWLQJ D :HE SDJH IURP WKH GLUHFWRU\
    If you have selected a time and one or more days for connection to a Web site in the directory (through
    Menu 813), your fax machine will periodically connect to that site at the scheduled time and automatically print
    out the relevant Web page.

    ,PPHGLDWH SULQWLQJ RI D :HE SDJH IURP WKH GLUHFWRU\

    +
    +
    +

    Press the

    key (direct access to the Web site directory),

    Select the Web site of which you want to print out the page using the

    (

    and

    keys.

    Press the
    key.
    Your fax connects and automatically prints out the relevant Web page.

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    +
    +

    (

    Press the
    key, and type the Web site address (e.g. http ://www.sagem.com) or the
    corresponding key word.

    (

    Press
    to confirm.
    Your fax gets connected and automatically prints out the relevant Web page.

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    You can customise and complement the Web site directory created by your machine by adding other sites.

    $GGLQJ D :HE VLWH LQ WKH GLUHFWRU\

    +
    +
    +
    +
    +

    + PRESS M, 8, 1, 3, OK
    Enter the Web site name and press OK to confirm,
    Type the Web site address (e.g.: http://www.sagem.com) or the corresponding key word and press OK
    to confirm,
    You can choose to print out the Web page:
    • on request (MANUAL ACCESS),
    • or by getting connected periodically at a given time on certain days of the week (AUTO ACCESS).
    Press OK to confirm your choice.
    If you have chosen AUTO ACCESS, you should set the connection days and times as follows:
    • choose the days of the week on which you want to get connected. To do so:
    - use the
    and
    keys to move to the different days,
    - select or de-select the days by means of the C key (the screen displays the letter corresponding to the
    day of the week when this is selected, or "-" otherwise),
    - Press OK to confirm,
    • enter the time at which you want to get connected and press OK to confirm.

    A record associated to the selected Web site has been created. Your fax machine has assigned a sequence number
    to it, namely the "assigned number".
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    +

    + PRESS M, 8, 1, 4, OK
    Select the required Web site using the
    and
    keys and press OK to confirm. You can edit the
    following elements:
    • the name of the Web site, its address or the corresponding key word, the connection day(s)
    using the
    and
    keys and C‚ the connection time.
    • Confirm each change you make by pressing the OK key.

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    +
    +

    Telephoning

    1
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    + PRESS M, 8, 1, 5, OK
    Select the required Web site using the

    and

    keys and press OK to confirm.

    2

    Press OK to confirm deletion.

    Settings

    Internet Printing is a free-of-charge service (you will only be charged for calls).
    SAGEM SA reserves the right to suspend that service at any time and shall in no case be held responsible for
    that. SAGEM SA shall not be held responsible for the contents and availability of the Internet sites accessible
    through that Service.

    3
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    4

    For comprehensive information on this service, please refer to § Transmission to a fax machine
    (F@x™ to Fax service) on page 44.

    TAD

    To activate or de-activate this service,

    +

    + PRESS M, 8, 2, OK
    Choose using the
    or
    key and press OK to confirm:
    • WITH: enter the PIN CODE you received when you subscribed to the service and press OK to
    confirm.
    • WITHOUT.

    5
    Printing

    6
    Doc control

    7
    Advanced
    functions

    Services

    8

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    9

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    Options

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    Your machine gives you access to a number of functions available on the Internet :
    • sending and receiving faxes, e-mail and voice messages via the Internet,
    • sending a short message which will be received by e-mail,
    • receiving files unprocessable by your machine (e.g. Word, Excel... files) and converting them into
    documents recognisable by your machine (F@x™ to Fax service),
    • print out the pages of a Web site the address of which you know ,
    • send a fax to a standard fax machine via the Internet.

    Telephoning

    1
    Directory

    As delivered, your machine is ready to use for direct access to the Internet functions. An access provider
    has been pre-programmed in factory.
    To benefit from this offer, please refer to § Internet subscription on page 41. You will then have access
    to a server which will feature your Internet mailbox through which you will be able to get connected to
    the Internet.

    2
    Settings

    3
    Fax

    Internet Mailbox

    4

    Internet server access provider

    TAD
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    5
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    Printed fax message transmission

    b pages
    We

    6

    (e-mail converted into a fax)

    Doc control
    Fax, e-mail, vocal messages
    transmission and reception
    on the Internet

    P ri

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    7
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    The advantage to send your faxes and messages via the Internet is plain to see: when you take out your
    subscription, your access provider gives you a local or regional call number. When you send a long
    distance message, your machine routes it to your provider’s server on a local call cost basis. The server
    then forwards the message to your party via the Internet, without you being charged for the cost of the
    long distance call.

    @

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    68%6&5,37,21 '(3(1',1* 21 02'(/
    Your machine is delivered ready to use: an Internet subscription has been pre-programmed in factory. If
    you want to benefit from this offer, please proceed as follows:

    +
    +

    Services

    Options

    Fill in the Internet subscription form provided with your machine,
    Place it in the document feeder (as for a fax transmission),

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    + PRESS M, 9, 9, 1, OK
    The form is automatically sent to the access provider, who will return to you a subscription confirmation together
    with your e-mail address.

    +

    When you receive your e-mail address:

    + Enter your e-mail address and press OK to confirm.
    ,17(51(7 6(77,1*6

    + PRESS M, 9, 9, 2, OK

    When you take out an Internet subscription, the access provider gives you some information concerning the
    settings necessary to get connected and identify your machine on the network. These settings can be divided up
    into three categories:
    • the connection parameters include the information necessary to the establishment of the communication :
    your call number, a connection identifier (your name for instance) and a password (which will not be displayed on the screen),
    • the e-mail parameters enable you to define your identifier and your password for access to your e-mailbox
    once communication has been established, as well as your e-mail address whose syntax is as follows: < first
    name.name@server.uk >.
    • the servers parameters are addresses (4 sets of 3 digits max., e;g. 193.252.13.0) which identify the servers
    of your access provider on the Internet :
    - SMTP servers (used for sending your messages),
    - POP3 server (for receptions in your mailbox),
    - servers PRIMARY DNS and SECONDARY DNS (which routes messages on the Internet).
    To perform your Internet settings, collect the information given by your provider and proceed as follows:

    +
    +
    +

    + PRESS M, 9, 1, OK
    Select your access provider using the
    or
    key.
    If your provider is not on the list, select OTHER.
    Press OK to confirm.
    Then, define all the Internet parameters that have not yet been set, referring to your subscription
    confirmation. Press OK to confirm each parameter and go on to the next one:
    • call number,
    • connection identifier (login),
    • connection password,
    • e-mail identifier,
    • e-mail password,
    • e-mail address,
    • SMTP server: automatically gives the server address for any transmission on the Internet,
    • POP3 server: automatically gives the server address for any document reception in your Internet mailbox,
    • PRIMARY DNS: routes the messages on the Internet (the server address is composed of 4 sets of 3 digits
    max. separated by dots),
    • SECONDARY DNS.

    ❑ If your access provider did not specify any particulars for the SECONDARY DNS, enter those for the PRIMARY DNS.

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    If you do not want to use the Internet functions:

    +
    +

    + PRESS M, 9, 1, OK
    Select WITHOUT ACCESS using the

    or

    Telephoning

    key.

    Press OK to confirm.

    1

    75$160,66,215(&(37,21 21 7+( ,17(51(7

    Directory

    &211(&7,21 72 7+( ,17(51(7
    When connected to the Internet (immediate or scheduled connection, depending on your settings), it
    enables you to send and receive documents during the same connection, as follows:
    • transmission to the Internet mailbox(es) of your party (parties) of all the pending Internet documents (faxes, e-mail, voice messages). If the addressee is a PC, the voice or fax message will be
    received as the attachment to an e-mail.
    • reception of all the Internet documents (faxes, e-mail or voice messages) deposited in your Internet
    mailbox.

    2
    Settings

    3
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    You have two immediate connection alternatives available:

    4

    Access through the menu,

    + PRESS M, 9, 2, OK

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    Access through the keys,

    +

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    (

    5

    key twice.

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    To get scheduled connections, you should first set your machine (please refer to § Connection on
    page 45).

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    6
    Doc control

    Whatever the document to be transmitted (fax, e-mail or voice message), this is stored in the machine’s
    memory and will be transmitted via the Internet the next time you get connected.

    7

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    Advanced
    functions

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    +
    +
    +
    +
    +

    Place the document in the feeder.
    Press the

    (

    Press the
    or

    (

    Services

    key.

    Type your party’s e-mail address (or use either the directory key or the
    key to confirm.

    @

    If you want to send the document to several addressees:
    • Press the OK key.
    • Press the

    (

    Internet

    key.

    • Type the next e-mail address.
    • Repeat the procedure for each new e-mail address.

    +

    8

    (BIS) key.

    Options

    (

    Press the
    key.
    The document will be transmitted via the Internet the next time you get connected.

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    ❑ To enter the character @, use the
    To enter the dot, press the
    For capital letters, press the

    and

    keys on the alphabetic keypad.

    key.
    key and the relevant letter at the same time.

    You can move in the data entry field using the
    or
    key, delete the last character by briefly pressing
    the C key or delete all characters by holding the C key down.

    6HQGLQJ DQ HPDLO WR DQ HPDLO DGGUHVV
    To send a typed message to an e-mail address:

    +

    + PRESS M, 9, 3, OK
    Enter your party’s e-mail address and press OK twice to confirm.

    or

    +

    +
    +

    If you want to send the e-mail to several addressees:
    • Type the e-mail of the first addressee,
    • Press the OK key.
    • Type the next e-mail address.
    • Press OK again to type new e-mail addresses.
    • Press OK twice to confirm the last e-mail address.
    Type in the subject of the message and press OK to confirm.
    Then type in the text of your message and press OK to confirm.
    The text you have typed in will be sent via the Internet the next time you get connected.

    6HQGLQJ D YRLFH PHVVDJH WR DQ HPDLO DGGUHVV
    To send a voice message to an e-mail address:

    +
    +
    +

    + PRESS M, 9, 4, OK
    Type the e-mail address and press OK to confirm.
    Pick up the handset and record your voice message.
    Hang up the handset after the recording.

    ❑ To enter the character @, press the Ctrl and @ keys at the same time on the alphabetic keypad.

    7UDQVPLVVLRQ WR D ID[ PDFKLQH )#[ΠWR )D[ VHUYLFH
    The F@x™ to Fax service enables you:
    • to fax, via the Internet, a document to another fax machine that does not feature Internet functions,
    • to convert e-mail attachments that are unable to be processed by your fax machine into readable documents.
    To benefit from this service, you should:
    • take out a subscription by filling in the F@x™ to Fax form provided with your machine,
    • activate the service by pressing the M, 8, 2 and OK keys.

    +
    +
    +

    To fax your document to a party whose fax machine does not feature Internet functions, place the
    document in the feeder.
    Press the
    and
    keys at the same time to insert the + sign, then dial the international number of
    your party, such as 33 1 23 45 67 89 (33 for France followed by the phone number without the 0).
    Press the

    (

    key: document transmission takes place automatically.

    ❑ You can store your party’s international number in the directory, in the e-mail address item (do not forget
    to enter the + sign in before the international number).

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    Whatever the document received (fax, e-mail or voice message), reception takes place automatically
    each time you connect to the Internet.

    ❑ A file other than a fax (Word processing, CAD, etc, file) cannot be processed by your fax
    machine (except if you subscribed to the F@x™ to Fax service). You can keep these documents
    in your Internet mailbox for future process using a PC (please refer to § Sorting received mails
    on page 46).

    5HFHLYLQJ ID[HV DQG HPDLO RQ WKH ,QWHUQHW
    To print out your faxes or e-mail, press the

    Telephoning

    1
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    key as you would do for a fax.

    5HFHLYLQJ D YRLFH PHVVDJH YLD WKH ,QWHUQHW
    To listen to a voice message, press the

    2

    key, as you would do for a message received on your

    Settings

    TAD.

    3

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    4

    The Internet settings can be printed out through two menus:

    + PRESS M, 9, 5, 4, OK

    TAD

    or

    + PRESS M, 5, 4, OK
    (this will print out all the machine settings).

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    6

    To choose your mode of connection to the Internet:

    +

    + PRESS M, 9, 5, 1, OK
    Choose either one of the following two options using the
    or
    key and press OK to confirm :
    • VOLONTARY
    The connection to the Internet will be established only at your request as you press:

    (

    Doc control

    7
    Advanced
    functions

    TWICE or M, 9, 2, and OK (INTERNET/IMMEDIATE ACCESS).

    • PERIODICAL
    The connection will be established a certain number of times a day. To do so, define:
    - THE FIRST CALL: this is the time of the first connection. Press OK to confirm.
    - THE NUMBER OF CALLS: this is the required number of connections each day. Press OK to
    confirm.
    - THE LAST CALL: this is the time of the last connection (this parameter appears only if you
    have chosen to make at least 2 calls). Press OK to confirm.

    Services

    @

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    9

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    ❑ The Internet connection start and end times are extended to +/- 15 mn around the chosen time, to
    avoid Internet access saturation.

    Options

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    To choose your Internet transmission mode:

    +

    + PRESS M, 9, 5, 2, OK
    Choose using the
    or
    key and press OK to confirm:
    • IMMEDIATE
    A connection takes place as soon as a fax, e-mail or voice message to be sent via the Internet is stored
    in the machine’s memory, generating the immediate transmission of that document.
    • AT CONNECTION
    The faxes, e-mail or voice messages to be sent via the Internet will be transmitted only at the time of
    connection (whether automatic or manual).

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    To access the servers parameters (if you did not choose OTHERS as the access provider) :

    +

    + PRESS M, 9, 5, 3, OK
    Modify one of the following servers as required:
    • SMTP server: shows the address of the Internet transmission server, which you can modify. Press OK to
    confirm.
    • POP3 server: shows the address of the Internet reception server, which you can modify. Press OK to
    confirm.
    • PRIMARY DNS and SECONDARY DNS servers: shows the addresses of the servers routing messages on
    the Internet, which you can modify. Press OK to confirm.

    6RUWLQJ UHFHLYHG PDLOV
    To choose the destination of the e-mail received on your fax machine.

    + PRESS M, 9, 6, OK
    Then, choose one of the following three options using the

    +
    +
    +

    F@X™ ONLY:

    or

    key, and press OK to confirm:

    all mail is received by your fax machine.

    PC ONLY: all mail is kept in the mailbox to be read from a PC.
    Your fax machine then only indicates the number of messages (faxes, e-mail or voice messages) received
    in your Internet mailbox, avoiding you to needlessly connect your PC when you have not received any
    message.
    SHARE PC:

    the documents processable by your fax machine (faxes, e-mail and voice messages) can be
    printed out or listened to. All other documents are kept in the mailbox to be read from a PC.. Choose one
    of these options using the
    or
    key and press OK to confirm:
    • FORWARD TO PC: enter your PC’s e-mail address (assuming in that case that the PC subscription differs from the fax machine subscription) and press OK to confirm. Choose the type of e-mail to be sent
    on the PC (all e-mail, or only those with unprocessable attachments), and press OK to confirm.
    • SHARED PC MBOX (the PC and fax machine share the same e-mail address).
    Choose and press OK to confirm:
    - to delete the e-mail from your mailbox,
    - to keep them.

    ❑ If you have chosen PC SHARING or PC ONLY, your fax machine will tell you the number of mails present
    in your mailbox at the end of the connection.

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    You can automatically relay all received messages (faxes, e-mail or voice messages) to another telephone
    set, fax machine or PC.

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    +

    or

    key, and press OK to confirm:

    1

    ON

    • If you choose WITH RELAIS and press OK to confirm, all your messages (faxes, voice messages and readable attachments) are relayed to a phone/fax machine.
    - Enter the destination phone/fax number. Press OK to confirm.
    - Choose the type of messages to be forwarded (VOICE, FAX or FAX/VOICE RELAY) and press
    OK to confirm.
    - If you have chosen VOICE or FAX/VOICE, enter the remote access code of the fax/voice
    answering machine (if not already done), and press OK to confirm.
    - Choose WITH or WITHOUT OGM and press OK to confirm.
    If you choose WITH OGM, this will inform you on the destination phone / fax of the incoming
    of relayed documents. To record the greeting message, pick up the handset, record the OGM
    and hang up.
    - Choose SECURED RELAY or FREE RELAY and press OK to confirm.
    - If you have chosen FAX and SECURED RELAY, enter the remote access code of the fax/voice
    answering machine (if not already done), and press OK to confirm.
    • If you choose WITH RELAY @ and press OK to confirm: all your messages will be relayed to
    an e-mail address. Choose one of the following two options using the
    or
    key and press
    OK to confirm:
    - TO MY MAIL, to relay all your messages to your own e-mail address (shared with a PC for
    instance),
    - TO OTHER ADD: enter the relay e-mail address and press OK to confirm. The connection will
    be established a certain number of times a day, depending on the Connection settings made
    (please refer to § Connection to the Internet on page 43)

    +
    +

    DEACTIVATE:

    all your messages will be kept in your fax machine.

    SETTINGS: if you have already activated the relay function once, this menu enables you to change
    a number of parameters (addressee’s phone/fax number or e-mail address, type of messages to be
    relayed, remote access code, OGM, secured relay or free relay, etc.).
    Once you have made the changes, validate menu 981>Activate again by pressing the OK key in
    order to re-activate the relay function taking the changes into account.

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    When receiving your relayed documents on the destination phone/fax, you should apply the following
    procedure:

    +
    +
    +

    Telephoning

    Directory

    2
    Settings

    3
    Fax

    4
    TAD

    5
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    6
    Doc control

    7
    Advanced
    functions

    Services

    8

    Pick up the handset.
    Enter the remote access code as you hear the beeps or the relay message.
    Then, follow the same procedure as for remote access to listen to the voice messages and/or
    receive the fax messages and/or e-mail.

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    If you subscribe to a caller display service, the machine will show the caller information on its display
    and on the handset display.
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    alternating with
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    6

    alternating with

    Doc control

    NUMBER

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    Ringback

    alternating with
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    7

    If the call is from a number stored in the machine’s directory, the display will show the name it belongs
    to rather than the number. The handset display will only show the number.
    The machine stores the date, time and number or name of up to 10 calls - after 10 calls have been stored
    it retains the last 10. If a new call is from the same number as an earlier call only the later call details will
    be stored. Number Withheld, Number Unavailable, Operator and International calls will not be stored.
    The list of stored call details can be reviewed from the base station and from the handset.

    and

    Internet

    keys to scroll through the list.

    • To call a number from the stored list press the
    • To fax to a number from the list press

    Services

    @

    To review the list from the base station
    • Press M then
    . The display shows details of the last call.
    • Use the

    Advanced
    functions

    key while the number is displayed.

    while the number is displayed.

    Options

    When displaying call details the display alternates between the name (or number) and the date and time
    of the call. It will also show a T to indicate a telephone call, or, if the call was a fax and was answered,
    an F.

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    Options

    To review the list from the cordless handset
    • Press i then
    . The display shows details of the last call.
    • Use the

    and

    keys to scroll through the list.

    • To call a number from the stored list press the

    key while the number is displayed.

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    If your machine is connected to a private network (PABX), this key usually enables you to transfer a call (refer
    to the automatic switchboard documentation).

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    When connected to a PC, the device enables you to print PC-issued files (GDI Interface). To do so, you have to
    get the "PC interface kit", available at your retailer's. The device may then be used as a secondary printer for your
    micro-computer.

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    Introduction

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    Consumables (ink ribbon and ribbon gauge card) are already installed in your machine, but you will
    eventually have to change them. To do so, please refer to the instructions given in the following
    paragraphs.

    1
    Directory

    ,1. 5,%%21

    2

    The ink ribbon enables the unit to print on normal paper.
    Only use the ink ribbon matching the manufacturer’s specifications. To use other types of ink ribbon could
    damage the unit and invalidate the guaranty. Documents printed by your unit can be read from the used
    portion of the worn ink ribbon. If these documents are considered as confidential, you may want to
    remove the ink ribbon whenever you leave the unit.

    +

    Pick up the handset and put it on the side.

    Settings

    3
    Fax

    4
    TAD
    OR

    5
    Printing

    6

    + Open the front cover: lift it towards you until it remains open.

    Doc control

    7

    1

    1

    1

    OR

    Advanced
    functions

    1

    Services

    @
    + Open the rear cover: unlock the latches (1) before pushing the cover towards the rear.

    Internet

    Options

    Appendices
    51

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    Appendix

    2

    2

    OR

    + Remove the worn ink ribbon from its housing.
    + Position the ink ribbon above its housing under the rear cover.
    + Insert the ink ribbon into its housing without removing the adhesive strip (2):
    • Position the right-hand (white) end of the main roller onto the retractable axis.
    Position the left-hand (green) end of the main roller onto the left axis.

    OR

    2

    2

    + Pull off the adhesive strip (2) from the ink ribbon.
    5
    6

    6

    5

    OR

    3

    3

    4

    4

    + Insert the small roller into its housing:
    + Check that the gear axis (3) is correctly positioned in its slot (4) as is the other axis (5) in its corresponding slot (6).

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    Appendix

    Introduction

    5,%%21 *$8*(
    The gauge card enables screen display, after printout, of the percentage of remaining ink ribbon.

    Telephoning
    7

    1
    Directory

    2
    Settings

    + The front cover being open, locate the gauge
    card housing (7).

    + Push downward on the gauge card housing to
    unlock it: it opens automatically, letting you
    access the worn gauge card.

    3
    Fax

    4
    TAD

    8
    9

    5

    7
    Printing

    + Remove

    the worn gauge card (8) from its

    housing.

    + Remove the new (pre-cut) gauge (9) from the
    ribbon gauge card (8).

    6
    Doc control

    7
    Advanced
    functions
    9
    Services

    @

    10

    + Insert the new gauge card (9) into its hou-

    + Close the flap of the gauge card housing by

    sing. Make sure the chip (10) of the gauge
    card (9) is upwards, bevelled corner to the
    top left side.

    rotating it. Once into place, push it upward to
    block it. Close the cover and replace the
    handset.

    Internet

    Options

    Appendices
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    Appendix

    ❑ The gauge card displays on the screen, after each printing, the percentage of remaining ink ribbon. If the
    gauge is not installed or not properly installed, the unit displays: MISSING GAUGE .

    ❑ If you forgot to change the gauge at the same time as the ribbon, the unit displays: GAUGE EMPTY .

    7528%/(6+227,1*
    Ahvyˆ…r†

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    • The screen remains blank.

    • Check that the power cord is correctly connected on both its
    sides.

    • The machine does not answer the
    call.

    • The
    icon may be off: check the reception mode.
    • Check the number of rings (please refer to § Number of rings
    for the auto mode on page 15).
    • Configure the machine on "private network" (please refer to
    § Type of network on page 14).

    • The printed photocopy is blank.

    • The document was placed upside down in the document feeder.

    • The telephone exchange does not
    recognise the number you have
    called.

    • Check that the telephone line cord is correctly connected to the
    device.
    • Check the telephone line and the phone outlet.

    • The machine does not ring.

    • The
    icon flashes: restore ringing (please refer to § Ringing
    melody on page 13).

    • The telephone does not work.

    • Check that the power cord is correctly connected on both its
    sides.
    • There may be a power failure.
    • Check the telephone line and the phone outlet.

    • One or several vertical black strips
    appear on the documents copied or
    received by your party.

    • Open the front cover and clean the scanning device (analysis)
    located in front of the white roller with a soft lint-free rag
    soaked with alcohol. After cleaning, close the front cover and
    make a copy to check that the black strips have disappeared.

    • The gauge card
    unclipped.

    • You may easily put it back into place: approach the gauge card
    housing, striations downwards, and position both axes towards
    the slots of the housing lower part, then push until clipping
    (please refer to § Replacement of consumables on page 51).

    housing

    has

    The screen displays:
    OUT OF PAPER
    PRINTER COVER

    54

    • Put paper into the paper feeder.
    • Close the rear cover.

    PAPER JAM

    • Open the rear cover to access to the paper path and remove the
    sheet of paper. Make sure the rear cover is properly closed
    afterwards.

    OVERHEATING

    • The last printed documents show a lot of black smears, the
    printer temperature is too high. Wait a few moments for it to
    cool.

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    Appendix

    Introduction
    Ahvyˆ…r†

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    GAUGE EMPTY

    • You probably forgot to replace the gauge when you replaced
    the printer ribbon.

    MISSING GAUGE

    • Remove the gauge housing cover and make sure the gauge is
    present and correctly positioned.

    CHANGE RIBBON

    • The ink ribbon is completely used: install a new printer ribbon
    with its new gauge.

    REMOVE DOCUMENT
    MEMORY FULL
    • Other cases

    Telephoning

    1
    Directory

    • Open the front cover and check the document path.
    • Print the received faxes (and/or listen to the vocal messages
    received).

    2
    Settings

    • Unplug your device from the mains socket, then plug it back.
    If the failure persists, call your after-sales service.

    3

    &2'(6 2) 7+( 75$160,66,21 5(3257

    Fax

    The result of each communication is given by the logs (transmission/reception) and the communication
    report. In case of failure, the result is a code, whose meaning is as follows:

    )$,/85( &2'(6 2) 7+( 3+21()#;Œ

    4
    TAD

    Code 01 - Your party does not answer
    Please call later.

    5

    Code 02 - The called number is suspect, since no fax answers
    Check the number of your party.

    Printing

    Code 03 - STOP
    You pushed on STOP during the communication.

    6

    Code 04 - Invalid abbreviated number
    Check the number.

    Doc control

    Code 05 - Document feeder failure during the communication
    Document jam or failure of the document feeder.
    Code 07 - Failure in the operation of the remote terminal or line
    Restart the communication.

    7
    Advanced
    functions

    Code 08 - The document you sent may not have been correctly received
    Send it again and check with your party.
    Code 0A - Active polling
    You tried an active polling while the remote terminal had no polled document.

    Services

    Code 0B - Difference between the number of pages forecast at transmission and the number of
    pages sent
    Check the number of pages.
    Code 13 - Full memory
    Fax reception has become impossible. Print the received faxes and/or listen to your calls.

    @

    8

    9

    Internet

    Code 17 - Protected access
    Your machine is in protected access; a party tried to call you while he/she did not have your password.

    Options

    Code 23 - Unknown mailbox number
    The number of mailbox you entered is unknown by your party’s machine.

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    Appendix

    ,17(51(7 &20081,&$7,21 )$,/85( &2'(6
    Codes 40 et 41 - No answer from the access provider
    Establishing a modem communication with the access provider is impossible. If the failure is systematic, check
    the call number of your access provider.
    Code 42 - Connection with the access provider is impossible
    The access provider refuses the connection; the service is momentarily unavailable. If the failure is systematic,
    check your Internet connection parameters.
    Code 43 - Connection with the SMTP server is impossible
    Establishing a communication with the SMTP server delivering the mail is impossible; the service is momentarily
    unavailable. If the failure is systematic, check the Internet mail and servers’ parameters.
    Code 44 - Connection with the POP3 server is impossible
    Establishing a communication with the POP3 server recovering the mail is impossible; the service is momentarily
    unavailable. If the failure is systematic, check the Internet mail and servers parameters.
    Code 45 - Disconnection of the access provider
    The service is momentarily unavailable. Retry later.
    Code 46 - Disconnection of the SMTP server
    Disconnection of the SMTP server delivering the mail; the service is momentarily unavailable. Retry later.
    Code 47 - Disconnection of the POP3 server
    Disconnection of the POP3 server recovering the mail; the service is momentarily unavailable. Retry later.
    Code 48 - Disconnection of the Internet
    The service is momentarily unavailable. Retry later.

    7(&+1,&$/ 63(&,),&$7,216

    LIASSE 23260055-4

    Your Phonef@x™ operates with any Internet access provider complying with all of the following
    specifications:
    • § modem access: V42bis (14400 b/s) or (9600 b/s) - V42
    • § protocols:
    TCP / IP / PPP
    • § mail:
    SMTP-POP3

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    To order ribbon and paper

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    Your copier uses the TTR815 ribbon, which prints over 230 pages.
    Please use the following reference to order new ribbons:
    TTR815 RIBBON, Reference: 23645699-4

    3DSHU
    Print quality will vary according to the kind of paper used.
    To get the best results, use SAGEM "series 300 " paper available in packets of 500 sheets.
    SAGEM "series 300" paper, Reference: 23273604-9

    5LEERQ  SDSHU ORW
    To simplify your orders, a lot grouping one TTR815 ribbon and 250 SAGEM "series 300" sheets of paper has
    been created and may be ordered under the reference:
    TTR lot Reference: 23646882-4

    Note - the free ink ribbon sample provided with your unit will allow you to print about 50 pages.

    23260053-3

    SPEC. DEPT 23310948-6

    USER’S MANUAL RÉF. 23260053-3 IND A

    DATA SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

    6, avenue d'Iéna - 75783 PARIS CEDEX 16 - FRANCE
    http://www.sagem.com

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