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Information Sent To Lexmark: Improving Quality and User Experience


Your participation helps us deliver a better user experience by providing a nominal amount of information about a device's use. This collected information increases our ability to improve service delivery and product functionality.

Where do I find out more?

Go to to find out more about:

  • Device information collected and not collected
  • Privacy
  • Security
  • Information uses
  • Performance and scheduling
  • How to participate

Information shared

In summary:

  • Supplies and page use – This data provides an understanding of how printers and supplies are used in everyday working environments.
  • Device performance* – This sensor timing data (and similar) provides an understanding of which machines are running at an optimum level.
  • Device interaction* – This data provides an understanding of user interaction with the device.

* This information will be used primarily for managed print services (MPS) customers.

Still need help?

If you require additional assistance, please close this window, go to your product's support page and locate

Get In Touch with Lexmark! for contact information.
When calling for support, you will need your printer model/machine type and serial number (SN).

Please be near the products described in this article to expedite the support process and reduce call-back situations.


Audience: Lexmark and Support Partners



Lexmark XM9165; Lexmark XM9155; Lexmark XM9145; Lexmark MX912; Lexmark MX911; Lexmark MX910; Lexmark XM1140; Lexmark XC2132; Lexmark XM7170; Lexmark XM7163; Lexmark XM7155; Lexmark XM5170; Lexmark XM5163; Lexmark XM3150; Lexmark XM1145; Lexmark CX510; Lexmark CX410; Lexmark CX310; Lexmark MX511; Lexmark MX611; Lexmark MX610; Lexmark MX510; Lexmark MX410; Lexmark MX310; Lexmark MX812; Lexmark MX811; Lexmark MX810; Lexmark MX711; Lexmark MX710; Lexmark XC2130; Lexmark XM1135

And single function printer (MS & CS) equivalent models

Firmware level

Engineering Change (EC) 4 and above

Opting in and opting out

Lexmark products reporting anonymous data from the printer back to Lexmark is strictly an opt-in option and is opted-out by default. Customers can opt-in during the Initial Setup Wizard (as seen below) or by going into the Information Sent to Lexmark admin settings.

Initial Setup Wizard
Embedded Web server

Location path:Settings > General Settings > Information Sent to Lexmark > Supplies and Page Usage (Anonymous)

Control panel

Location path:

(Menu) > Settings > General Settings >
eight (8)times until you see Information Sent to Lexmark.

Communication protocol

If a device is opted-in to send data, the printer registers with Lexmark using https and establishes a data reporting schedule. In most cases, data will be sent once weekly, depending on the opt-in "level". However, Lexmark controls this schedule and could it change at a future date.

If the printer is not connected to the internet, or if some other technical reason prevents the printer from communicating over https to Lexmark, the opted-in printer will re-try occasionally, but no errors will be shown to the end user.


In all cases, the data sent is anonymous, but it should be noted that the printer's serial number is sent in the data. Users should look at and to read statements about how Lexmark uses this information.

Opting out

Users can opt-out at any time, and the printer will stop reporting data. If the user opts back in later, some data collected in the printer while the device was opted-out may be sent.

Changing preferences

If a customer wants to change their opt-in "level", they may also do this on the EWS or panel, but they may need to choose "None of the Above" first, to reset the opt-in. This will be obvious on the UI, and generally applies when down-grading the opt-in level.


The EWS allows the customer to set a time window that will allow data transmission. For instance, if a customer only wanted the device to send data after 8pm, but before 6am, they should set the "Start Send" to 20:00 (8pm) and "Stop Send" to 06:00. This is just specifying a "window" in which data may be sent, and is not saying that data will send constantly during that entire timespan.


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