> where does it go?
Presumably, you have configured the network settings inside the printer to send the file to Shaw's "outgoing" mail-server, namely "smtp.shaw.ca".
Also, you need to specify the E-mail ID that is to receive the E-mail message, either once for all files, or once per image scanned.
I came here looking for someone to tell me what those settings are. Can someone walk a "know nothing" through this?
I have a Lexmark all in one printer and I want to be able to scan to e-mail from it. I am a Shaw customer so the Shaw settings apply to me.
> I have a Lexmark all in one printer and I want to be able to scan to e-mail from it.
If your printer is connected (Ethernet cable or wireless) to your Shaw cable-modem, all you need to do is to "one-time" configure its "outgoing mail-server" to use the name "smtp.shaw.ca".
Every time you select "scan-to-Email", you must enter the E-mail ID of the recipient (which could be your Shaw ID).
Or, launch the ":Windows Fax and Scan" utility on your computer. It will connect to your All-In-One printer. As you run this program, it will scan your document, and save "pictures" onto your computer. Then, you can attach the picture(s) to an E-mail, and send the E-mail.