This procedure will enable you to scan to O365 mailboxes from your Toshiba MFP.
Firstly, note the username and password of the O365 mailbox that the scanner is sending from:
Test by sending an email from powershell. Ideally, this will be on a PC that is on the same network as the scanner. In a powershell window:
$creds = get-credential
(type in the O365 credentials noted above). Then:
send-mailmessage -smtp smtp.office365.com -from:firstname.lastname@example.org to:<any email@example.com> -subject Test -credential $creds -usessl
.. if this works, the command will quickly and silently complete and you will, of course, have a test message in the to: mailbox. Solve problems here first – if this does not work then the scanner will not be able to send.
Login to the Toshiba:
- http://<ip address>
Firstly, check the DNS setting is correct in the TCP/IP settings (the scanner needs to resolve ‘smtp.office365.com’). Note the DNS address, and test from a PC command prompt:
nslookup smtp.office365.com <ip address of DNS server>
Then, navigate to network/smtp client. Settings as follows, replace firstname.lastname@example.org and password with the O365 details above.
Click OK and test. That’s all there is to it!