Step 1. Log into printer though the web browser.
NOTE: Default username is “admin” and empty password.
Step 2. Click “Print Server Settings” on left navigation bar, then go to Print Server Settings.
Step 3. Click on TCP/IP.
Step 4. Make sure you are using a valid IP on the printer. Confirm your gateway too.
Step 5. Immediately below, on the 4th line in this section, you’ll see “Manual DNS Server Address” and ours fields were filled with the IP address of our printer. Type in 22.214.171.124
Step 6. Click Apply New Settings
Step 7. Either under the Printer Server Settings tab or using the left hand nav, click on E-mail Alert.
(note: more bad user interface. who would think that “E-mail Alert” contained the email server settings. anyway, press on…)
Step 8. Use the following settings if you are using a GMAIL account.
Primary SMTP Gateway: smtp.gmail.com
SMTP Port Number: 465
E-mail Send Authentication: *SMPT AUTH (AUTO)
SMTP Login User: EMAIL ADDRESS
SMTP Login Password: your PW
Re-enter SMTP Login Password: your PW
POP3 Server Address: pop.gmail.com
POP3 Port Number: 110
POP User Name: EMAIL ADDRESS
POP User Password: your PW
Re-enter POP User Password: your PW
Reply Address: EMAIL ADDRESS
Step 8. Click Apply New Settings.
Step 9. On left nav, click “Print Server Settings” tab and then click Security tab.
Step 10. On the Security tab you’ll see several sub-menu choices. Click SSL/TLS
Step 11. On the SSL/TLS user interface we encountered two boxed field groupings. The top box contained 3 fields and the 3rd field read “SMTP – SSL/TLS Communication” and it had a drop down box with choices. Select *SSL/TLS
Step 12. Click Apply New Settings
After the restart you should be good to go.