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ChromeOS support?

Does anyone know if there are plans to support ChromeOS in future releases?

Currently we're using OES iPrint and Papercut, but we've had to install another server as Papercut can't share a OES iPrint via Google Cloud Print.

It would be great if we could present a printer to GCP directly from the iPrint Appliance.

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Re: ChromeOS support?

mmoshcs wrote:

>
> Does anyone know if there are plans to support ChromeOS in future
> releases?
>
> Currently we're using OES iPrint and Papercut, but we've had to
> install another server as Papercut can't share a OES iPrint via
> Google Cloud Print.
>
> It would be great if we could present a printer to GCP directly from
> the iPrint Appliance.


Using the iPrint Appliance's email-based printing feature, you can
print from Chromebooks or any other device that can send an e-mail.
That's available today. We're also looking at adding Google Cloud
Print support to the appliance in a future release.

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