MFC Canon pixma 3x50 or similar: scan to email?


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BJB

Hi to all;

i have seen on specs of a Canon pixma 3250 "scan to email" feature.
I will need it to scan documents to be sent to one email address WHITOUT any
computer connected (but connected to internet via its wifi i/f).

Is this possible? Anybody has this printer and has tryed this function? Is it
simple to use? Thats because the printer will be used by elderly people not very
habit with software etc....

Thanks in advance.
 
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Charlie Hoffpauir

Hi to all;

i have seen on specs of a Canon pixma 3250 "scan to email" feature.
I will need it to scan documents to be sent to one email address WHITOUT any
computer connected (but connected to internet via its wifi i/f).

Is this possible? Anybody has this printer and has tryed this function? Is it
simple to use? Thats because the printer will be used by elderly people not very
habit with software etc....

Thanks in advance.
I don't have this device, but here's a review that makes me think this
isn't something you would want to try to get elderly people to use.

http://www.trustedreviews.com/canon-pixma-mg3250_Printer_review
 
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BJB

I don't have this device, but here's a review that makes me think this
isn't something you would want to try to get elderly people to use.

http://www.trustedreviews.com/canon-pixma-mg3250_Printer_review
Thanks for the reply.

Well, the setup may be surely not for elderly people, but this will be made by
experienced tecnician.
After setup is it possible to scan and mail with just a couple of button press?
I cannot find this info anywhere, i beed somebody that owns or has hat this
printer...
 
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BJB

I have a simple question:
Thanks for the reply.

Well, the setup may be surely not for elderly people, but this will be made by
experienced tecnician.
After setup is it possible to scan and mail with just a couple of button press?
I cannot find this info anywhere, i beed somebody that owns or has hat this
printer...
 

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