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Address Book Overview

Product support for: AltaLink C80XX

Article Id: x_alc80xx_en-O3039 | Published: 05/21/2018

An address book is a list of individual contacts, each associated with an email address, fax number, or scan destination. You can configure the printer to use a Network Address Book or the Device Address Book for email or Internet fax. The Network Address Book looks up addresses from an LDAP directory. If you do not have an LDAP server, you can use the Device Address Book. If you configure both address books, users are presented with a choice to use either address book at the control panel.

Device Address Book

The Device Address Book is an address book that is stored on the device locally. You can configure the printer to use the Device Address Book instead of a Network Address Book. You can add contacts manually, import directly from emails that are sent to or from the device, or import them from a .csv file.

Network Address Book

The Network Address Book looks up addresses from an LDAP directory. If you do not have an LDAP server, you can use the Device Address Book.

LAN Fax Address Book

The LAN Fax feature has a separate directory for storing and managing addresses. For details about using or configuring the LAN Fax address book, see the driver help.

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