How to Fix Canon Error Code 801

How to Fix Canon Error Code 801?

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Different types of 801 errors:

  • 801 [SMTP] Sending to e-mail server
  • 801 [SMB] Sending to a shared folder
  • 801 [FTP] Sending to an FTP server

Causes of getting this error and solutions to Fix Canon Error Code 801:

  1. 801 [SMTP] Sending to e-mail server


  • such an error is generally being occurred during communication with the SMTP server to transmit an email
  • The form Email address is not correct
  • At the time of connection, the SMTP server returned an error
  • Due to some kind of spam policy filtering, the SMTP server rejected the Email


  • Check and verify whether the SMTP server is operating properly
  • Check and verify the email address is being used by you, is valid for the SMTP server
  • Check out the network status
  • Check out your configuration settings that are configured in Canon device

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  1. 801 [SMB] Sending to a shared folder


  • May be the destination is full or there is no space to write
  • The user account does not have enough disk space quota available
  • The SMB client setting is not turned “ON”
  • Software firewall or Internet Security application might be turned “ON” or not appropriately configured to permit this traffic


  • Check and verify that whether the destination has enough space available or not
  • Check and verify that the user account does have proper access
  • Make sure that SMB client protocol is turned “ON”
  • Make sure that software firewalls is configured properly to permit this traffic
  1. 801 [FTP] Sending to an FTP Server:


  • You have no write permission in sending to a destination
  • The machine you are trying to send to the FTP server might be already exists
  • You might be sending the incorrectly spelt folder name or entering the wrong password


  • Check out that you have write permission to that destination
  • Make sure that there should be no copied file which you are trying to send
  • Make sure that while sending the file, you are entering the correct user name and password for that destination

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