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Fax to File RICOH MP C3501

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Hi our office just purchased a RICOH Aficio MP C3501 and we need to set it up so when we receive faxes it goes to a designated folder on our server instead of printing out the faxes. Does anybody know how to set this up? Any information would be extremely helpful. Thanks
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I don't know about that printer off the top of my head, but I would imagine the first step would be to give the printer an IP address and subnet mask that's on the same network as the server.  Once that's set, create a shared folder on the server.  Then go into your Ricoh's setup screen and specify that you want faxes to save to that computer in that shared folder.


Shouldn't be much more than that.  The setup screen on the printer should walk you through it.
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