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Exchanging letters with your HP printer?

A - answer HP network printers can send e-mail (or SMS) notifications (alerts) on supplies or service events - this is a known fact. But do you know that a number of HP LaserJet workgroup printers can also receive (read) e-mails?

The printer can react to an incoming mail and reply to the sender with the requested information.
Using the embedded web server (EWS) in HP network printers (with HP JetDirect) you can configure outgoing and incoming e-mails. Of course, you have to create an individual e-mail account for you printer. Point your web browser to the printer's web server and on the Device/Email page set the necessary parameters for the printer's e-mail account. On the Security, enable "Incoming mail".

Now you can communicate with your printer using e-mails (the printer checks it every 3 minutes). To the printer's e-mail address, send e.g. an e-mail with Subject:

After a while, your printer responds with a e-mail message containing the requested information about its status.
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30.7.2003    8549×  
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See also:
Tip 9285:HP Designjet 5500 shows error: 1f50011 boot failed.
Tip 3187:How to set the IP address of a HP JetDirect LAN interface (DesignJet, LaserJet, etc.)?
Tip 2950:HP DesignJet 650C front panel displays 'System error 04000F'.
Tip 2106:What are the differences between HP DesignJet 500 and 800?
Tip 2096:How to plot/print a .PLT file on a printer?

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