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Windows 7 Thread, Print from Ipad to a network printer in Technical; Ricoh have their own free app now. The downside of apps is that it doesnt add the printer intothe printer ...
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    Ricoh have their own free app now.

    The downside of apps is that it doesnt add the printer intothe printer list in safari so you have to save as a image or document and load that file in the app.

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    Our Sharp and Konica MFD units allow you to email things to the printer and then select it from the mailbox on the device and print. Also, we are able to submit .doc .xls .pdf and most image formats on the printer web interface.

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    We had success setting up ubuntu with cups to provide printer support for ios devices. Not used it recently as we integrated the ios devices into papercut using fingerprint - but the instructions we used were from here:

    Gordon Turner » Blog Archive » AirPrint on Linux for iOS6

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    The sharp is an old model and does and does not support airprint. Do you know any names to software that would make the ipad's visible?

    What is papercut? is it an app for the ipad?

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    If it's a Ricoh MFP you can use the Ricoh app in the app store, it even allows you to put a user code in

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    What is papercut? is it an app for the ipad?

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    Sharpdesk Mobile supports quite a few Sharp models, the only requirement being that the mobile device is connected to the same network. The MFD doesn't have to support Airprint, so you should be able to print from, and scan to Apple or Android devices.

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    I wonder if iPad can print through network and work with old dot matrix as well :P

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