Have you been facing the Kyocera error 3102 and don’t know how to solve it? Then this article might help you use your MFP without any issues in just a few simple steps. Find out the reasons behind the error 3102 on your Kyocera product and how you can solve it.
Kyocera Corporation is a Japanese company that deals with ceramics and electronics. Initially founded as ‘Kyoto ceramic company Limited’, they decided to switch the name in 1982. They excel in products like, printers, MFP’s and toner cartridges. But, while using one of these products, you might run into a common error faced by a lot of Kyocera users. The Kyocera error 3102 doesn’t let you allow to send emails through an MFP and asks you to check SMTP and POP3 login user name and login password. In this article we will go through every reason as to why you might be facing this error and what can be done to solve or workaround it.
What is Kyocera error 3102?
As mentioned earlier, the Kyocera error 3102 prevents users from sending out an email through the MFP. The error 3102 usually points towards an error in ‘Server response’. That means, there is a possibility that the server is facing an issue in processing your request. A problem with the SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) and/or POP3 (post office protocol 3) can also trigger this error. Both of these are a set of guidelines or protocols that have to be followed while sending emails.
A quick way to check the problem is by signing into the product IP as an admin. Under ‘Function Settings’, click on ‘Email’. All the info there should be pre-entered. You just need to click ‘Test’. You should see a popup on the screen with an associating error. If this happens, you should try the below-mentioned workaround to fix the problem. If the error does not pop up, it might have been a temporary fluke with the server that might have been resolved. So, here is what you do to solve the Kyocera error 3102.
How to fix:
You will have to reconfigure your email settings to get rid of this error. Sign into the Gmail account associated with your product. Click on your profile then select ‘Manage your Google account’. Click on ‘Security’. Keep scrolling down until you see “Less secure app access”. Click on “Turn on access”. You have to turn on ‘Allow less secure apps’. Doing this solves the Kyocera error 3102 in most cases. Now, go to the Kyocera email interface again and click on ‘Test’. You won’t see the error popup this time.
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