Automatic fax forwarding MultiPASS F50

Article ID: ART157243 | Date published: 06/09/2015 | Date last updated: 08/17/2015


Automatic fax forwarding MultiPASS F50


Automatically Forwarding Received Faxes

If you are going to be away from your computer for a long period of time, you can have faxes automatically forwarded to you at a remote location. You specify the specific fax number to which all faxes are forwarded. Faxes are forwarded to you for as long as the Auto Forward setting is enabled.

When you automatically forward faxes, color faxes are forwarded as black and white documents.

The following requirements must be met for the Auto Forward feature to work correctly:

  • The PC must be on. Standby or Sleep mode must be inactive.
  • The power to the printer is on and the device is connected to the computer with a USB cable.
  • In the Device Setup, on the Receive Fax tab, the When Computer Is On option must be set to Send to PC.

To setup fax forwarding:

  1. On the MultiPASS menu, click 'Auto Forward'.

  2. In the Auto Forward dialog box, click Enable Auto Forward and specify your auto-forwarding options.

    • Click the device that you want to automatically forward your faxes.
    • Enter the desired fax number.
    • Click to add a cover sheet.
    • Select whether to limit the number of pages of each automatically forwarded fax.

If you clicked Add Cover Sheet, to configure the cover sheet:

  1. Click Configure.

  2. In the Configure Auto Forward Cover Sheet dialog box, click the cover sheet style to use.

  3. In the Sender and Recipient boxes, enter the sender and recipient information that applies to all forwarded faxes.

  4. In the Notes Field box, optionally enter memo text. The text displays on the cover sheet each time a fax is forwarded.

To disable fax forwarding:

  1. On the MultiPASS menu, click Auto Forward.

  2. In the Auto Forward dialog box, clear Enable Auto Forward.



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