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Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. I called my ISP and they said that they do have both 25 and blocked. GordonB-P Replied on October 16, If you have, then a workaround might be to scan to a USB memory stick or an SDHC card and transfer it to your MacBook the old fashioned way if the printer has that capability? In reply to JustinMee’s post on October 16,
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In reply to GordonB-P’s post on October 16, Also, because its a mac it also wont let me SMB with my computer credentials to just put the scan straight on my computer. This is the page with my email settings along with what I have it set to: Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.
JustinMee Created on October 16, JustinMee Replied on October 16, GordonB-P Replied on October 17, Otherwise I would just labier that. How satisfied are you with this reply? Did this solve your problem?
Basically when I select STMP settings on my printer and click test connection, with my current settings and port I am able to get it to say “Connection to PC successful” whereas before I was not. Have you tried searching the Ricoh forums?
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Sorry this didn’t help. I can’t find any official Ricoh forums, but there do seem to be some unofficial forums. I called my ISP and they said that they do have both 25 and blocked.
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Thanks for marking this as the answer. I have been working at this unsuccessfully for about 15 hours straight with no luck. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot 611 to this thread.
This site in other languages x. If you have, then a workaround might be to scan to a USB memory stick or an SDHC card and transfer it to your MacBook the old fashioned way if the printer has that capability? It was hard enough for me to get the darn thing to print because of postscript and stuff.
Please check settings” Any help would be greatly appreciated as I am going nuts over this right now.
GordonB-P Replied on October 16, But this has not changed the fact that when I scan something and try to send it it says “Destination authentication failed. In reply to JustinMee’s post on October 16, First I was trying to use port 25 and now Firstly, is this printer on the same network as your computer, and if so, may I ask why you are wanting to email the scan to yourself, rather than doing the scan from your computer?