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HP LaserJet 1220, 3200 and 3300 Series Products - Scanning, Linking, and Sending to Email
This document contains information about using an HP LaserJet 1220, 3200, or 3300 series product with the software to send scanned items with an e-mail program, including sending e-mail from the product and sending e-mail in an alternative mode.
NOTE: An e-mail program and an active e-mail service provider must already be installed and functioning in order to use the e-mail-related features of the HP LaserJet software. (The product software does not contain an e-mail program.) See the software Help for additional information.
Linking e-mail applications
During installation, applications supported by the HP LaserJet software, such as word processors, spreadsheets, image editors, and active e-mail software that are selected during installation, are detected on the system and integrated into the Document Manager desktop.
In addition, each time the computer is started, the software updates the list of applications available for linking. Reconfigure the applications links from the Document Manager as described below:
Supported e-mail applications
The HP LaserJet 1220 and 3200 software for Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 and Windows XP supports 32-bit MAPI (Messaging Application Program Interface), Internet mail, VIM, and other types of programs listed below:
NOTE: Any e-mail program can be associated with the generic e-mail icon on the Document Manager toolbar on the Desktop. (No e-mail program creates and displays a custom icon on this toolbar.)
Sending scanned items as e-mail attachments
The product and the software that come with the product, work with compatible e-mail programs so that e-mail documents can be sent in PDF format; other options are also available depending on what file formats are supported by each individual e-mail program. Once a scan is completed, the e-mail application is automatically launched with the document attached. Simply address the e-mail and send it. The recipient can read and print these documents using Adobe(R) Acrobat (R) Reader, a program that can be downloaded free from Adobe’s Web site. Click here to go to the Adobe Web site and download the Adobe Acrobat Reader (http://www.adobe.com/).
E-mail can be sent from the HP LaserJet 1220, 3200 and 3300 series products using Windows 98, 2000, NT 4.0 and XP. The HP LaserJet 1220 series product also supports Windows Millennium Edition and Macintosh operating systems. Windows 95 must use a TWAIN-enabled program, and in alternative modes, a scanned file must be attached to an e-mail.
Sending Default File Format for Attachments
Change the default file format through HP LaserJet Document Manager.
NOTE: Changing the default file format through the Customize option in HP LaserJet Director does not save the setting and must be set using the method below.
To change the default document format through HP LaserJet Document Manager , perform the following steps:
Scanning to e-mail with the HP LaserJet 3200 or 3300 series product
Sending e-mail in Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0, and Windows XP
Scanning to e-mail with the HP LaserJet 1220 series product
Sending e-mail (Windows 98, 2000, Millennium, NT 4.0 and XP)
Sending e-mail (Macintosh OS) with the HP LaserJet 1220, 3200, and 3300 series products
Follow the instructions on the wizard.
Sending e-mail in Windows 95
Sending e-mail in an alternative mode
Use an alternative mode to send a document in e-mail if:
To e-mail in an alternative mode
Sending a document in the Document Manager
This function is similar to scanning a document into e-mail. Instead of scanning a document, however, simply drag-and-drop a file icon from the HP Document Manager into the e-mail link. Any of the supported image file types (such as PDF, JPEG, TIFF, or BMP) can be dragged-and-dropped to the e-mail link. The e-mail program launches automatically and creates a new message with the document already attached; the e-mail can be addressed and sent.
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