I ran some SCS-MP2 geometry optimization on some carbohydrates geometry. Now, I want to run CCSD(T) single point calculation. So, I ran the define again and in the last menu I switched on ccsd(t) model. Then I ran a dscf calculation followed by a ricc2 calculation. Is it a right approach? My energy file is showing HF energy and MP2 energy. Also, my gradient file is showing HF+MP2 energy. I am confused. It's not showing any ccsd(t) energy. However, in my control file, it's still showing $ricc2 mp2 energy only. Should I change it manually to ccsd(t)? Also it would be really helpful if someone can provide a step by step procedure to run a ccsd(t) single point calculation. This section (cc2) in the manual is very confusing. Thanks for the help.