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How To / Get the Most Out of the Scanner's Buttons

Using the Scan to E-mail Button

You can use the  Scan to E-mail button to scan an image and then send an e-mail message with the scanned image attached.

An e-mail program must be installed on your computer before you can use the  Scan to E-mail button.

Note for Mac OS X users:
The desired applications may not properly start when you press the buttons. For solutions, see Pressing the button does not start scanning or Pressing the buttons in a Mac OS X environment starts Classic mode.

Press the  Scan to E-mail button on the scanner. The following window appears.

EPSON TWAIN automatically previews the images and recognizes the image type.

To cancel the operation, click Pause and then click Close.

The following window appears with a progress bar to indicate the scanning progress. You can see the type of document being scanned. When scanning multiple photos, you can also see the number of scanned images.

Images are automatically optimized. You can scan easily and quickly without changing any complex settings. EPSON TWAIN automatically recognizes the image type, locates the target image, detects the skew of the target image, adjusts the exposure, and then starts scanning.

The scanned image is transferred to a pre-selected e-mail program and then attached to a new e-mail massage.

  • If no e-mail program has been selected, the Launch Assistant dialog box appears. For details, refer to the EPSON Smart Panel documentation.
  • For details about the settings, refer to the EPSON Smart Panel documentation.



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