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nbrazill
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HP OfficeJet Pro 8600-Turn off fax to scan

How do I turn off the fax to scan feature?  And where are the scans saved to

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Super_Dave
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Re: HP OfficeJet Pro 8600-Turn off fax to scan

Hi nbrazill,

 

Are you referring to where the printer saves faxes to the network?  I am not sure what  is meant by fax to scan.

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Re: HP OfficeJet Pro 8600-Turn off fax to scan

Lets look at a few settings.

 

touch setup

touch fax setup

touch fax reports

touch fax confirmation

 

What is the current setting?

Change to On (send and receive) by touching this option

 

What is the current setting?

touch fax confirmation without image

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nbrazill
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Re: HP OfficeJet Pro 8600-Turn off fax to scan

First off thank you for helping me.  When I try to fax something, the machine automatically scans all the pages of the fax and then once that is done, then it sends the fax.   Is there a way to turn that off? 

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nbrazill
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Re: HP OfficeJet Pro 8600-Turn off fax to scan

Yes that is exactly how it is configured.
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nbrazill
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Re: HP OfficeJet Pro 8600-Turn off fax to scan

Hi Super Dave,  I guess I am not explaining myself correctly.  I put  papers in the document feeder to be faxed, I put in the telephone # and press Black.  The printer then scans my papers and puts it into memory, and after it has scanned all the pages, then it sends the fax.  I don't know why it scans all the pages and then sends out, I guess from the memory.  Is there a way to stop that scan?

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