Xerox DocuMate 3920 Network Duplex ADF Fladbed Touch Screen LCD Scan to Email with LDAP Color Scanner with 600 DPI Email Folder Fax and FTP Functionality (XDM39205D-WU)
Product Description
Direct connect scanners are a vital part of your document capture strategy, but network scanners, like the 3920, are the perfect solution for an office that has shared scanner needs. Network accessible scanning achieves two major goals for your document workflow and capture with great efficiency and ease of use. First, a network scanner can be conveniently located in common areas and does not require a PC connection. Second, the scanner can easily access broad network connections to file servers, email servers, FTP locations and printers and fax servers. The 3920 is designed with convenience and ease to support small to medium workgroups and offices through a standard Ethernet connection and provides a secure multi-user access, with easy administration, through an embedded form-based web page configuration. No expensive IT department or network contractor is needed to begin scanning documents to local servers or FTP locations. Email can now be delivered anywhere on the Internet through standard phone line.
Product Details
  • Color: White
  • Brand: Xerox
  • Model: XDM39205M-WU
  • Original language: English
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 8.10" h x 18.90" w x 18.70" l, 22.50 pounds
  • Display size: 7
  • Product Features
  • Scan to email, folder, fax, FTP, print
  • Scan both sides of your documents in duplex mode
  • Flatbed and auto document feeder
  • Color LCD touch screen
  • Full send/receive fax functionality
  • Customer Reviews

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    2 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
    3Not as good as their copiers
    By StarDestroyer
    I had a remote office that needed the ability to scan documents so after much searching I ordered this device. We have 3 Xerox copiers that also have the scan-to-email functionality, so I thought it would be easy to set up.

    Problem is, they seem to use a completely different type of firmware on this device than they do on their copy machines. I was able to give it an SMTP server to send its emails to and was able to hook up a Kyocera printer via a USB cable to use it as a poor man's copier, but wasn't able to get much else working.

    The most disappointing things was LDAP search. Our other copiers are able search the Active Directory (same directory used by Outlook/Exchange) for a person's email address after they type in a few characters of their name rather than making them type the entire email address. This really comes in handy when you have multiple people using the copier. It's also convenient not having to load new users explicitly into the copier. The only saving grace here is that the scanner remembers the last few typed email addresses so the few people that use this particular scanner don't have to constantly type their full email address.

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