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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing What Form 2220 Email

Instructions and Help about What Form 2220 Email

Hello, we are going to review the SMTP or scan the email setup on a Canon copier. There are a number of things that you would need to do this. You will require the IP address of the copier, a web browser, an internet connection, admin credentials to access the copier, the SMTP server name, SSL or TLS requirements, the SMTP username/password, and the SMTP port. So, let's get started. Go ahead and open a web browser. Enter the IP address of the copier on your local network or home office login for this device. The ID and pin is seven six five four three two one. This should be documented somewhere within your company or, if not, your local dealer can assist you with that. Select "no" from here, select settings registration. You are accessing the web portal of a copier now, so you can make changes. Function settings, and then send them here. Select "common settings", and then "network settings". From here is where you can enter your server name. This could be Gmail, this could be Exchange, GoDaddy, anything that you folks have on site or purchased through a hosted server. Enter the SMTP server name (e.g. smtp.gmail.com, smtp.office365.com, or an Exchange IP address or Exchange host name). Also, enter the email that you would like the "from" address to be. If you require SSL or TLS, please select this. If you require SMTP authentication, please select this. Enter the authenticating email or user, and then enter the password. Now, the copier defaults to port 25. If there's any other port requirement, that must be changed in a user mode or a service mode depending on the model. So, what I would do is contact your local servicing dealer if you're unsure about the process for changing the port...