Put in the information and test connection from machine. We had it setup to “scan to folder” for all our the individual PC’s in the office. You will find your scan there. At one time they allowed port 80 SMTP. Results 1 to 10 of In the meantime, based on the recommendation of one of our Copier Technicians that we’ve used in the past, he said we should configure the machine to “scan to email” instead.
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This of course, worked great until about 9 months ago, when we got updated to Windows We had it setup to “scan to folder” for all our the individual PC’s in the office.
This works regardless of the OS of the PC or Mac and does not involve any protocol smb, ftp or smtp or authentication.
In the meantime, based on the recommendation of one of our Copier Technicians that we’ve used in the past, he said we should configure the machine to “scan to email” instead. It will tell you if it is blocked or authentication error. Why do they call it common sense? Details vBulletin Mods by vBSocial.
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If you are using one of the ISPs that block, there might the be option of signing up for Go Daddy email accounts. Originally Posted by Phil B.
You can name the file if you want like with the other options and hit Start to scan it in. If all else fails.
If the scan to email is best, and somebody has experience setting this up on these machines with gmail, I would appreciate any info you can share I have searched online and gotten some information, but have been unsuccessful getting it to work Thanks for any assistance and for not tearing me up too bad -Mike. You will find your scan there.
This link should help. Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4 Last Jump to page: Originally Posted by MDMike Get the Android App. As I’ve read, there may be a firmware update that may alleviate this, and allow us to “scan to folder” once again.
Put in the information and test connection from machine. If it were common, wouldn’t everyone have it?
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Results 1 to 10 of Also go into WIM and under configuration, check system log. As far as scan to email, if port 25 is not blocked, try aspmx.
If updating the firmware to allow to scan to folder is the best option, I have no problem paying for it, just need to be pointed in the right direction Some block port 25 and some block Savni it and Download it. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
You will need to then delete the scan after downloading as the image will remain on the HDD. Originally Posted by amos.
Port 80 cannot be blocked without saavin all browsers as well. As I understand, there are configuration settings in Windows 10 that is essentially the problem The ssavin now is Ok, I’m new to the forums, and have read and researched as much as I am able Just looking for some guidance You can install something like FileZilla Servereither to an actual server, or to each individual PC.
At one time they allowed port 80 SMTP. Although the “Scan to Email” seems to potentially be the best option, I really have to preference