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Scanning from the the new Xerox Workcentre 7655

Scan to Email

  • You start by pressing the "Email" buttom on the touchscreen of the unit. If the button is not present on screen, press "All Services" in the upper right hand corner on the screen.
  • On the screen that comes up, you want to press the the "New Recipient" to add the email addresses where your documents are being sent. Use the onscreen keyboard to type in the first address and then the "+Add" buttom when you've finish putting the address.
  • Once you're finished with adding address, press the Close button in the upper right-hand corner of the touchscreen
  • Once you placed your document on the glass or in the automatic document feeder, you press the Start button to scan and send the document

Scan to File

  • You start by pressing the "Network Scanning" button on the touchscreen of the unit. If the button is not present on screen, press "All Services" in the upper right hand corner on the screen.
  • This will bring up a screen where you'll use the onscreen keyboard to enter your CSAIL Kerberos username and password. Enter your username and then the "Next" button at the right end of the field. Enter your password and then press the "Enter" button in the upper right hand corner of the window.
  • Once you've been authenticated, you can scan your document by placing it on the glass or the automatic document feeder and then pressing the Start button.
  • Remember to log yourself out by pressing the Log In / Log Out button on the control panel
  • Within five minutes of your scan job showing that it had completed, you will find your scanned document in //afs/csail.mit.edu/service/scan-to-file/your username

-- FrankTilley - 03 Aug 2007
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