FAQs & Troubleshooting



FAQs & Troubleshooting

FAQs & Troubleshooting


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Date: 08/11/2018 ID: faq00002783_009

Scan a document and e-mail it as an attachment (For Macintosh)

You can scan a document directly into your default E-mail application using ControlCenter2, so you can send the scanned data as an attachment.

The Scan to E-mail feature does not support Webmail services. Use the Scan to Image or Scan to File feature to scan a document or a picture, and then attach the file of the scanned data to an email message.

NOTE: Illustrations shown below are from a representative product and operating system and may differ from your Brother machine and operating system.

  1. Load your document.
  2. Click the SCAN tab.
  3. Click E-mail.

    Click E-mail
  4. The Scan to E-mail dialog box will appear. You can configure the scan settings.

    Scan to E-mail dialog box
  5. Click Start Scanning. Your default E-mail application will start and the image will be attached to a new E-mail.


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