HOW TO SETUP SCAN TO EMAIL WITH GMAIL USING SECURITY CERTIFICATES (SMTP OVER SSL)




YOUR MILEAGE WILL VARY WITH THIS ONE…


IT WILL DEPEND ON WHETHER YOUR MFP OR COPIER SUPPORTS SECURITY CERTIFICATES…


KEEP ONE THING IN MIND….


IF YOU DO THIS THEN YOU WILL HAVE TO MONITOR YOUR SECURITY CERTIFICATES.  THEY DO EXPIRE FROM TIME TO  TIME…


SSL IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART…


FOR MORE INFO OR TO CONSULT AN EXPERT CHECK THE LINK BELOW


NOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ARE BELOW
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• Mozilla Firefox
  1. Open Firefox.
  2. Select [Tools] => [Options].
  3. Click the [Advanced] Tab then select [View Certificates].
  4. Click on the [Authorities] tab.
  5. Scroll through the list Until you see [Equifax].
  6. Select [Google Internet Authority] then select the [Export] button.
  7. Select a location to [Export the Certificate] then click [Save].
  8. Click [OK] to close the Certificate Manager.

• Internet Explorer

  1. Open internet Explorer.
  2. Select [Internet Options].
  3. Select the [Contents] tab then select [Certificates].
  4. Select the [Trusted Root Certificates Authorities] tab.
  5. Scroll the list and locate [Equifax Secure Authority Certificate].
  6. Click the [Export] button.
  7. Click [Next] in the Wizard.
  8. Select [Base-64 encoded X.509 (.CER)] and click [Next].
  9. Click the [Browse] button and choose where to save the certificate and name the file, then click [Save].
  10. Click [Next] in the Wizard, then click [Finish].
  11. A message should appear that the export was successful. Click [OK].
  12. Click [Close] to close the [Certificates] window, click [OK] to Exit Internet Option.
  1. In your browser, enter the IP address of the device. (THIS IS GENERIC FOR RICOH… PROCEDURES FOR YOUR MODEL MAY BE DIFFERENT)
  2. Click [Login] and login as Administrator.
  3. Click on the [Configuration] link.
  4. Under the [Security Section], click on [Site Certificate].
  5. Click on the [Browse] button and navigate to the location where the certificate resides.
  6. Click on the import button. Once completed, the certificate will appear under Imported Site Certificates. Click [OK], then close Web image Monitor.
  7. Go to the device and Select [User tools] => [System Settings] => [File transfer] => [SMTP Server].
  8. Enter the address for your SMTP server (in this example: “smtp.gmail.com”) and turn ON [Use secure Connection(SSL)], then click [OK].
  9. Select [SMTP Authentication].
  10. Enter a valid email address, user name and password to authenticate with and click [OK].
  11. Exit [User Tools].
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