Konica Minolta - subject line text for e-mail scans?

Am having trouble trying to figure out on C220 and C360, for the Scan to E-mail options, where exactly the "Subject" line text is changed/set at?

A printer was moved and renamed in the windows share, but when people use the scan to e-mail option, the subject line has some text showing another scanner name. I'm not sure if it's pulling that dynamically somehow, or if it's set/configured somewhere on the scanner?
garryshapeAsked:
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Serena HsiMarketing ConsultantCommented:
The Konica Minolta manual for that printer model suggests the options are on the machine itself:
http://kmbsmanuals.konicaminolta.us/c364/contents/id02-_100441930.html#p1347

Look for the heading titled "Registering the subject and message text of an E-mail to be sent"
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garryshapeAuthor Commented:
Ah I see. So you can't do it over the web browser -- it's a subject set using the control panel on the multi-function physically?
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Serena HsiMarketing ConsultantCommented:
Yes. Looks like.

You can change what's there:

scan/fax mode -> communication settings -> email settings -> subject -> write yours -> "close" ->
utilty/counter -> user settings -> scan/fax settings -> default scan/fax settings -> current setting -> "OK"
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garryshapeAuthor Commented:
awesome thank you !
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