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"Activity Report TX/RX" output from Canon printers

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We've got three Canon IR5050 printers that we scan to network paths with (using the built in "Send" feature). Sometimes after scanning and sending, a few pages will print out labeled "Activity Report TX/RX" which lists all of the stored network destination addresses (the folders we send the scanned stuff to). What is this for and why does it print out? Thanks.
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How often does it print - we had the same issue with a Kyocera printer/scanner/copier and it was set to do one of these prints after every X pages, or X amount of data. It was controllable within the interface (web) of the printer. We tended to leave it as it offered a good sheet to throw to accounts .. but i guess your needs may be different.
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Thanks, it was in the web UI under Custom Settings > Report Settings > Send.
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