eLogging is an easy to use facility that allows Fuji Xerox customers to obtain support online.
Key features of eLogging are:
Not Registered Yet?
- Log hardware and software Support Requests
- Monitor and track Support Request activity online
- Update Support Requests
- Your user details are automatically attached to the Support Request if you pre-register
See how easy it is to use eLogging by viewing the
From Saturday 20 August 2016, Fuji Xerox Australia will be introducing increased security settings around our Password Policy.
Over the coming weeks you may be prompted to change your password to ensure your password is compliant with the new requirements.
If you are a registered user of this site please enter your Fuji Xerox User ID and Password in the relevant fields above to start logging and viewing Support Requests.
If you are not a registered user, you can still log a Support Request.
Create Support Request for unregistered users Here
Please Note: By logging into the system you accept the terms and condition set in the Login Banner:
This computer, information system and all information contained herein is the property of Fuji Xerox Co. Ltd. The Company and their authorised personnel reserve the right to monitor and record all activity on all Company-provided equipment and services for analysis or investigation purposes. Anyone using this computer, information system is deemed to have consented to such monitoring and recording.
You shall ensure that no unauthorised third party can access your computer, information system account with the Company, and you will be held responsible for any misuse or unauthorised access by such third party. You shall further ensure that all activities performed on any Company computers, information system and networks comply with (1) the Company's rules, procedures and guidelines and (2) any laws or regulations (including but not limited to laws relating to copyright).
Individuals found to be violating any of the above obligations, or using this computer, information system without authority or in excess of their authority given by the Company, shall be subjected to disciplinary and/or legal actions as the Company deem fit. These actions include reporting any legal violations to the relevant authorities, claiming monetary compensation from these individuals or terminating their employment.