Fuji Xerox DocuPrint C1190 FS User Guide

Sending a Fax from Your Computer Macintosh

Sending a Fax from Your Computer Macintosh

Basic Faxing
8-6
Sending a Fax from Your Computer (Macintosh)
You can send a fax to the printer from an application on your Macintosh computer. To use the LAN Fax 
function you need to have the Macintosh Fax driver installed. For information about the installation 
procedure, see 
Installing the Fax driver (Macintosh user only) 
on page 8-3.
The following procedure explains how to send a fax from a Macintosh computer by using Macintosh OSX 
10.4 TextEditor as an example:
1.
Access the application’s Print dialog box, select your Fax driver.
2.
From the drop down list, select Fax Setting.
 
The Fax Settings screen is displayed.
3.
On the Transmission Image Quality drop-down list, select a quality setting.
4.
On the Transmission Report drop-down list, select when you want the printer to produce a fax report. 
The choices are:
Output Regularly: A transmission report is generated regularly.
Output for error in transmission only: A transmission report is generated only when an error 
occurs.
Do not output: A transmission report is not generated.
5.
To have a header containing information about the fax sender included on the fax, click Fax Cover 
Page Settings, and configure the settings.
6.
Click OK.
7.
In the Print window, click OK. 
 
A new dialog opens displaying Set / Check Fax Transmission.
8.
Add recipients to the Recipient List. For more information, click the Help button to view the online 
help.
9.
To delay sending the fax, click Delayed Send, and then adjust the delay time.
10.
Click Start Sending to send the fax.
Note: 
•To stop a fax from sending, press the Stop Sending button.
•When the Fax Lock option is enabled, enter the password to send a fax from your computer to the 
printer.