Konica Minolta Bizhub C352 - How to configure fax to folder?

Need to get incoming faxes to a server folder instead of (or in addition to) printing.

Kris MontgomeryAsked:
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Rodney BarnhardtServer AdministratorCommented:
1. Log in admin mode
2. Go to the fax settings
3. Function setting
4. RX data operation
5. Select "Forward TX Setting"
6. Fill in the information. There should be three options. Fax forward, fax forward and print, fax forward and print (if fails only) Select "Fax Forward" as the option rather than any of the ones with "print". The link below goes to the instructions.

Kris MontgomeryAuthor Commented:
That is a different interface.  The C352 does not have the functions as listed.  I found the manual here:
... under Office Systems >> bizhub c352

Maybe I am looking in the incorrect place, but I am not finding where/how to configure fax to folder.

Rodney BarnhardtServer AdministratorCommented:
While I the manual does not show the exact setting, I believe you can get to the same location by using the "IC-406 Network Scan Operations Copier Network Functions User Manual" located here: http://kmbs.konicaminolta.us/wps/wcm/connect/4306bef3-eb26-401b-ae3b-9f2d944950d4/UserbizhubC352_C300NetworkFaxv10.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CONVERT_TO=url&CACHEID=4306bef3-eb26-401b-ae3b-9f2d944950d4

Page 10-56 Shows where the "Forward TX" setting is located. However, it shows it from the control panel, not the web interface. So, I am not sure if it is a setting you can change remotely.

I really hate these manufactures do not stay consistent with their menus between products. I have also seen this with Xerox where most of the products have the same interface, settings, menus, etc and then a few others that are totally different.

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Kris MontgomeryAuthor Commented:
That did it.  Now need to change the file type from TIF to PDF.
Thank you,
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