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Document cannot be sent to an e-mail address, I-fax address or file server.
Memory fills up immediately when you try to send.
The documents you sent are too light.
Cannot recall from <Specify from Log>.
Cannot send the documents to multiple recipients.
Did you just turn ON the main power switch?
Wait for a while. After turning ON the main power switch, the machine cannot send documents immediately.
Did you enter the correct e-mail or I-fax address, or is the correct e-mail or file server
address registered in the Address Book?
Make sure you entered the correct e-mail address, or that the e-mail, I-fax, or file server address registered in the Address Book is correct.
If you are sending an e-mail or I-fax message are the SMTP Server and DNS Server settings correct?
Check the SMTP Server and DNS Server settings.
If you are sending to a file server, are the user and password settings correct?
Check the user and password settings, and send the document again.
If you are sending to a file server, are the shared folder settings correct?
Check the shared folder settings. (See "Setting Shared Folder.")
Are you sending at a high resolution?
If you want to keep your document quality, divide the document into parts and send them separately.
If your document does not contain fine text or photographs, select a lower resolution.
If your document contains fine text or photographs, send it directly rather than using a memory transmission.
Is a document stored in memory, leaving little memory available?
Print, send, or delete any documents stored in memory.
Is the density setting set too light?
Adjust the density to make light documents darker. (See "Adjusting Density (I-Fax).")
Is <Restrict Recall> set to <On>?
When <Restrict Recall> is set to <On>, recalling is not available. (See "Restricting Recall.")
Is <Restrict Seq. Broadcast> is set to <Prohibit Broadcast>?
When <Restrict Seq. Broadcast> is set to <Prohibit Broadcast>, you cannot send the documents to multiple recipients. (See "Restricting Broadcasting.")