warper2 Outstanding Contributor.
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Airprint from a mac

Trying to get iprint appliance to accept print jobs from a mac using airprint. Is this not possible?
I would have assumed it would work just like ios. It sees the airprint printer on the network. I
select it and it knows what kind of printer it is from the server. I try to print and it comes back
with retrying and rejected over and over. If it should work what log to look at. II searched and
looking for something to tell me why.

Thanks
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jmarton2 Absent Member.
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Re: Airprint from a mac

warper2 wrote:

> Trying to get iprint appliance to accept print jobs from a mac using
> airprint. Is this not possible?


Not at this time. Apple does AirPrint a little differently using OS X
vs iOS, and at this time iPrint only supports AirPrint on iOS.

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warper2 Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Airprint from a mac

Joseph Marton wrote:

> warper2 wrote:
>
>> Trying to get iprint appliance to accept print jobs from a mac using
>> airprint. Is this not possible?

>
> Not at this time. Apple does AirPrint a little differently using OS X
> vs iOS, and at this time iPrint only supports AirPrint on iOS.
>


Thanks Joe for that info. Is it on the road map to be supported?

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