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Wi-Fi coverage

is is possible to use mobile printing from offices without wifi coverage? will using a public IP address in the iPrint server resolve the problem?
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Re: Wi-Fi coverage

If you are able to get the mobile app set up and connected, when the app is out if range and can't communicate with iPrint, it will automatically revert to sending the job via email if it loses its connection. This of course assumes that email printing is enabled.

Otherwise your options would be:
1. Establish a VPN
2. Use a public IP on iPrint
3. Settle for email printing.
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