What’s new in PaperCut v14.2?

PaperCut version 14.2 is out now! Let’s have a look through some of the new developments:

 

Reduce admin overhead with ID number auto-generation.

Are you looking to streamline authentication at MFDs in your organization using an alternative to the usual convention of username / PIN and password?

 

PaperCut v14.2 provides a quick and easy solution by:

  • auto-generating ID numbers for users and user groups,
  • sending notifications to users,
  • allowing users to generate their own ID numbers,

 


Complement existing authentication methods – PaperCut’s auto-generated ID numbers.

 

Email to Print IMAP Protocol support plus MS Office .doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt and .pptx attachments.

Email to Print enhancements.

New in PaperCut v14.2 – Email to Print now supports Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint file format attachments, making Mobile and BYOD printing even more convenient!

Email to Print support for Microsoft Office Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
Email to Print now with Microsoft Office document support.

In addition, organizations preferring IMAP can now take advantage of this protocol in Email to Print.

 

Configure PaperCut to suit your network and administrative worflows

Admin users multiple User / Group access available.

PaperCut v14.2′s Admin User / Group management is now made more flexible to better tailor access and admin roles to the structure and needs of organizations.

 

Set customized admin access for administrative users with PaperCut
Share the Admin workload for your team with PaperCut’s multiple User / Group Admin access.

 

Search for MFDs, MFPs, printers and devices using PaperCut

Find more with PaperCut’s search.

Find printers, devices, user groups and easily target selected print jobs to designated queues with PaperCut’s upgraded search facility and Find Me Printing in v14.2

 

Search for printers, devices and user groups with PaperCut
Improved search facilities in PaperCut v14.2

 

Multi-site, multi-server capability

Multi-site, multi-server PaperCut deployments.

To assist organizations with complicated deployments, we’ve put together a new multi-site, multi-server guide covering various implementation models.

 

Also, the Central Reports feature is now out of early access and ready to use in multi-site organizations with distributed application servers.

 

Manage printing across decentralized multi-server and multi-site networks with PaperCut
Multi-site / multi-server deployments with enhanced Central Reports.

 

…and still more enhancements:

 

For the full details, please see the release notes for PaperCut v14.2:


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  • http://www.pmpbiz.com Leo Komorowski

    Where can I download the latest version and is there any upgrade documentation?

    Leo Komorowski
    current Papercut customer

    • http://www.papercut.com/about/#tom Tom

      Sure: PaperCut NG download page (for PaperCut MF please contact your reseller). The free trial version is the full software – there’s no other special download.

      We have some upgrade recommendations in the knowledge base, but in summary: install over the top!

  • Jesper Lønbo

    I’m glad to see MS Office documents are now supported in E-mail to Print.

    However, POP3 and IMAP only.. hmm.. Is there any chance Microsoft Exchange is added to the list in the near future?

    /Jesper :)

    • http://www.papercut.com Development Team

      Thanks Jesper.
      In PaperCut v14.2, Email to Print is compatible with Microsoft Exchange using the standard IMAP and POP3 protocols. You can download the latest update at http://www.papercut.com/download/ng/
      If you have any further questions, please let us know.

      • James Edgar

        Are there plans to support Exchange Web Services at anytime in the future?

        • http://www.papercut.com/support/ Josh Hancox

          Hi James – Currently we don’t have any plans in the pipeline to add support for this unfortunately. I can understand where you’re coming from though, as I’ve worked in an environment with the same setup.

          I see you’ve sent an email into us too so I’ll answer with more details there :-)