Email to Print allows mobile device users to print documents by sending them as an email attachment. No client software or drivers are required, providing a simple way to print from any device that can send an email. Note: These instructions are not intended for offsite printing for the Bring Your Own Device(BYOD)courses.
From your mobile device, compose a new email, attach a PDF or Office document, and send it to the appropriate printer's email address. Because there are no user configurable print options, these four queues are pre-configured for mono/single/duplex or color/single/duplex printing.
The print job is held in the queue until you visit a release station to print it. Release stations are available in B117, D134, the Parkland Library and R227 (when lab is open). *Printing is free for Parkland employees.
New Email to Print users are asked to verify their email address. You'll receive a verification email from PaperCut, click the verification link in the message and log in with your PaperCut account.
For additional information, see Parkland KB documents: Email to Print (New users) - Verify email address and 49400.
Subsequent print jobs receive a status reply message (example below). This informs you that the job is being processed. You are provided with a link to the PaperCut mobile client. If you log in, you can see the status of your submitted jobs. This is informational only and you must visit a release station to print them.
Your Email to Print job has been received and is being held in a queue. Visit a Release station in B117, CAS or the Library to print this job. For job status, please visit this link: https://papercut.parkland.edu:9192/client and login with your username/password.
The email link opens the PaperCut mobile client:
Log in with your PaperCut username/password combination. Students use their student email username and password. Parkland faculty and staff use their computer/network username and password.
The client displays your remaining balance and any print jobs you have in the queue.
You must visit a release station to print your job(s).
For Mono print jobs, the release stations are in B117, D134, the Parkland Library and R227 (when lab is open).
For Color print jobs, the release stations are in the Parkland Library.