PaperCut Blog

How to: Release Manager Roles

  Many customers use PaperCut for the secure release of print jobs using release stations or Find-Me printing. Some organizations need authorized staff to release print jobs on behalf of other print users. Think Teachers for Students, Clerks for Lawyers, Librarians for Patrons. For as long as PaperCut has been around, we’ve had the ability […]

PaperCut MF v15.3 – The making of Integrated Scanning

Having been at PaperCut for 18 months now, I was lucky enough to learn and contribute in different areas of our product. From an accessibility feature to release print jobs, Mac client transformation to use the native bar through to adding support for the IMAP protocol in Email to Print. But that only lasted two months… and then […]

New & Noteworthy in PaperCut v15.3

PaperCut 15.3 – released November 2015 A quick overview guide to 15.3. For more detail see Release Notes. Integrated Scanning Managing Large Numbers of Shared Accounts Release Manager Roles Timely Toner Notifications Integrated Scanning Integrated Scanning extends our existing print and copy management features with a simple and consistent scanning workflow at the MFD display panel. Quick […]

New & Noteworthy in PaperCut v15.2

PaperCut 15.2 – released September 2015 Ready for the next generation of operating systems Site Server resiliency now standard Printer group management Upgrading your Windows, Mac or Linux OS? When you’re ready to upgrade operating systems to Windows 10, OS X El Capitan or Linux (using systemd), PaperCut 15.2 has you covered with a complete set of supported operating systems for […]

New & Noteworthy in PaperCut v15.1

  PaperCut 15.1 – released June 2015 Extra security with user audit logs Hiding document names in print queues PaperCut LPD Service: a Windows service to accept print jobs Web Print and Email to Print now supports image file uploads Custom print job time outs New environmental calculations to support savings Dell A4 embedded integration […]

PaperCut just works – any platform, any network, any printer

Most organizations don’t just run on one platform, OS or brand of hardware. Different directories, servers and workstations make for endless configuration possibilities. When it comes down to print management on the ground, if your fleet is multi-vendor, you’ve probably faced issues with numerous print drivers and operating systems. Then, there’s your users. Managing their […]

V14.3: The importance of accessibility

Physical barriers to technology in the workplace can prevent people with a disability from being productive and working to their full potential. Imagine the difficulties in reading small text on a monitor screen if you are vision impaired, or using a touch screen on a photocopier from a wheelchair. It’s important for all of us […]

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 […]

The PaperCut demo – a look behind the scenes

This is a short behind-the-scenes blog post about our new Live Demo. We’ve always striven to minimize the barrier-to-entry to adopting PaperCut. We’ve worked hard since day one (1999) to offer an application that’s easy to install and to evaluate (direct downloads, unlimited feature trials, full support during trial). However there has always been one […]

PaperCut MF in cinemas now (well, YouTube at least)

Many of you know that PaperCut MF embedded software runs directly on your copier’s touchscreen. Today we are releasing a set of video tours for our embedded application running on different multifunction devices. These videos are great to see how PaperCut works on a device without a complex embedded software install or buying an expensive test […]

PaperCut 12.0 automatically converts print jobs to grayscale and duplex

It’s January and that means a major new release. PaperCut 12.0 adds a popular (as voted by our customers in vote for a feature) new twist: automatic conversion to duplex and grayscale. Previously PaperCut could only disallow all single sided (simplex) and color printing jobs on a printer, but now jobs can be automatically converted to duplex […]

Novell OES2 Linux SP1 is now final

Novell OES2 SP1 is now out of Beta. In conjunction with this release we’re also very pleased with the stability of PaperCut on OES and are now happy to support releases from version 8.5 build 6739 in production environments. e.g. PaperCut is now also out of Beta! We’ve had no show-stopper bugs raised in the […]

Novell OES Update – New Bugfix release

A quick thanks to all the beta testers helping us with testing our new PaperCut version for iPrint on OES Linux. We’ve had a series of bugs/suggests reported and I’ve actioned most of these in today’s release. The 8.5.6708 release contains: Support for a various username formats seen on Novell networks (e.g. username@macadd, .username.domain, username\domain). […]