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Konica scan to email setup

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I've been trying to set a scanner to send scan jobs to email with a gmail account. I found instructions out there but I cannot make it work. I'm not sure what I'm missing. Here are two screen shots of the setup.

Thank you for the help!
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by:Carol Chisholm
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You'll want to check you firewalls to see they allow this, They may not allow outgoing SMTP.
It is also possible that you Internet provider does not allow you to send SMTP mail.
Do you have an MX record for your IP address ? Sometimes the reverse DNS lookup can cause problems.
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by:VB ITS
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Try changing the SMTP server to smtp.gmail.com

What other options do you get from the Use SSL/TLS drop down? You've got it currently set to SMTP over SSL - is there an option to use both SSL and TLS? If so, try this setting instead.

There's also no use trying to change the From address to scanner@company.com (in your screenshot), Gmail will automatically use your Gmail email address in the From: field when you send out emails via their SMTP server.
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by:Alan Dala
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Thank you all.

There was a tech who tried his gmail account and it worked. Now, they will charge me if I want them to fix it for me. I'm trying to avoid these charges. With that being said, I tried the TLS from the drop dows. I tried using smtp.gmail.com. I tried port 587, port 25 and port2525. Nothing worked. This is very frustrating.
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Port 25 or 2525 won't work if you're trying to use TLS or SSL. Have a look at this article for some additional info that may help: https://support.google.com/a/answer/176600?hl=en

Might be worth checking to see if you have POP and IMAP enabled on your Gmail account as well. Go to www.gmail.com in a web browser > click on the cog icon towards the top right corner > Settings > Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab> ensure both POP and IMAP are enabled (for testing purposes).
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by:tmoore1962
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Have you logged into your gmail account and configured it.  You should be able to google how to enable mail relay for your google account.  This Link may help you out: https://support.google.com/a/answer/176600?hl=en
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