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  1. Select weekly under Send report field.
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  1. Select weekly under Report field.
  2. Select By email under Delivery field.
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Categories: User/Group Sync

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keywords: email shared account reports

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Keywords: email shared account reports

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  1. Make sure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications are configured.
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  1. Make sure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications are configured.
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  1. Add the account name as Science.
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  1. Add the shared account name as Science.
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It’s very common that print summary reports are emailed to managers in businesses or deans of a particular department/faculty in education. PaperCut provides the facility of emailing reports based on shared account usage to faculty/department head. Filters are available in PaperCut which allows reports to be generated according to the shared account name. Filter can be set by adding the shared account name under Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. (E.g. sending English department head a printing summary report of all the users in the English Department). Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.

Scenario :

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It’s very common that print summary reports are emailed to managers in businesses or deans of a particular department/faculty in education. PaperCut provides the facility of emailing reports based on shared account usage to faculty/department head. Filters are available in PaperCut which allows reports to be generated according to the shared account name. Filter can be set by adding the shared account name under Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. (E.g. sending Science department head a printing summary report of all the users in the Science department). Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.

Scenario :

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For the administrator to set up PaperCut to schedule a summary of printing done by the staff in the Science department to be sent to the Science department’s head (every week ), he needs to do the following:

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To set up a report that is automatically send to each department head summarizing printing against their department account use the following procedure:

First we will set up the weekly reports for Science department

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(:title Email reports on Shared Account usage :)

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(:title Email reports to departments head/manager :)

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  1. select the format of report (E.g. PDF).
  2. select weekly under Send report field.
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  1. Select the format of report (E.g. PDF).
  2. Select weekly under Send report field.
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For the administrator to set up PaperCut to schedule a summary of printing done by the staff in the Science department to be sent to the Science department head (every week ), he needs to do the following:

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For the administrator to set up PaperCut to schedule a summary of printing done by the staff in the Science department to be sent to the Science department’s head (every week ), he needs to do the following:

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It’s very common that print summary reports are emailed to managers in businesses or deans of a particular department/faculty in education. PaperCut provides the facility of emailing reports based on shared account usage to faculty/department head. Filters are available in PaperCut which allows reports to be generated according to the shared account name. Filter can be set by adding the shared account name under Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. (E.g. sending English department head a printing summary report of all the users in the English Department). Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.

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It’s very common that print summary reports are emailed to managers in businesses or deans of a particular department/faculty in education. PaperCut provides the facility of emailing reports based on shared account usage to faculty/department head. Filters are available in PaperCut which allows reports to be generated according to the shared account name. Filter can be set by adding the shared account name under Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. (E.g. sending English department head a printing summary report of all the users in the English Department). Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.

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For the administrator to set up PaperCut to schedule a summary printing report to be sent to the English department head (every week ) for all the printers in English department, he needs to do the following:

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For the administrator to set up PaperCut to schedule a summary of printing done by the staff in the Science department to be sent to the Science department head (every week ), he needs to do the following:

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  1. Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-printer summary”
  2. Add the account name as English.
  3. It is recommended to change the title of the report to “English department Weekly Report-Shared account printing - printer summary”.
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  1. Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-User summary”
  2. Add the account name as Science.
  3. It is recommended to change the title of the report to something like “Science department Weekly Print Report”.
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  1. Add the English department head’s Email address under Email address field.

Repeat the procedure for all the different departments.

Various kinds of reports can be emailed using this “Email Feature”. Reports can be user/printer oriented. (E.g. Printer oriented: Sending English department head a printing summary report of all the printers in the English Department). Each one of these reports can be a detailed or summary report.

To email reports:

  • Configure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications.
  • Schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. PaperCut can schedule reports to be sent periodically. ( i.e. weekly, fortnightly, daily, monthly).

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  1. Add the Science department head’s Email address under Email address field.

Repeat the procedure for all the different departments.

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For the administrator to set PaperCut to schedule a summary printing report to be sent to the English department head (every week ) for all the printers in English department, he needs to do the following:

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For the administrator to set up PaperCut to schedule a summary printing report to be sent to the English department head (every week ) for all the printers in English department, he needs to do the following:

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2.##Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-printer summary”

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  1. Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-printer summary”
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  1. Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-printer summary”
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2.##Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-printer summary”

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  1. Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-printer summary”
  • Add the account name as English.
  • It is recommended to change the title of the report to “English department Weekly Report-Shared account printing - printer summary”.
  • select the format of report (E.g. PDF).
  • select weekly under Send report field.
  • Add the English department head’s Email address under Email address field.

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  1. Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-printer summary”
  2. Add the account name as English.
  3. It is recommended to change the title of the report to “English department Weekly Report-Shared account printing - printer summary”.
  4. select the format of report (E.g. PDF).
  5. select weekly under Send report field.
  6. Add the English department head’s Email address under Email address field.

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  1. Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-printer summary”
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  1. Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-printer summary”
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In a school there are 16 teachers, 4 departments and 4 teachers in each department and one of the teachers in each department is the head of the department. Departments are: Science, English, Maths, Hindi. If printing needs to be monitored in all the 4 departments then 4 accounts will be set up in PaperCut ( i.e. Science, English, Maths, Hindi).

For the administrator to set PaperCut to schedule a summary printing report to be sent to the English department head (every week ) for all the printers in English department, he needs to do the following:

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In a school there are 16 teachers, 4 departments and 4 teachers in each department and one of the teachers in each department is the head of the department. Departments are: Science, English, Maths, Hindi. If printing needs to be monitored in all the 4 departments then 4 accounts will be set up in PaperCut ( i.e. Science, English, Maths, Hindi).

For the administrator to set PaperCut to schedule a summary printing report to be sent to the English department head (every week ) for all the printers in English department, he needs to do the following:

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  • Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-printer summary”
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  1. Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-printer summary”
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  • Make sure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications are configured.
  • Schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report.
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  1. Make sure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications are configured.
  2. Schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report.
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More detail can be obtained from:

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More detail about emailing reports can be obtained from:

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Scenario :

In a school there are 16 teachers, 4 departments and 4 teachers in each department and one of the teachers in each department is the head of the department. Departments are: Science, English, Maths, Hindi. If printing needs to be monitored in all the 4 departments then 4 accounts will be set up in PaperCut ( i.e. Science, English, Maths, Hindi).

For the administrator to set PaperCut to schedule a summary printing report to be sent to the English department head (every week ) for all the printers in English department, he needs to do the following:

  • Make sure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications are configured.
  • Schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report.
    • Under shared account reports select the “Shared account printing-printer summary”
    • Add the account name as English.
    • It is recommended to change the title of the report to “English department Weekly Report-Shared account printing - printer summary”.
    • select the format of report (E.g. PDF).
    • select weekly under Send report field.
    • Add the English department head’s Email address under Email address field.

Repeat the procedure for all the different departments.

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Various kinds of reports can be emailed using this “Email Feature”. Reports can be user/printer oriented. (E.g. Printer oriented: Sending English department head a printing summary report of all the printers in the English Department). Each one of these reports can be a detailed or summary report.

to:

Various kinds of reports can be emailed using this “Email Feature”. Reports can be user/printer oriented. (E.g. Printer oriented: Sending English department head a printing summary report of all the printers in the English Department). Each one of these reports can be a detailed or summary report.

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It’s very common that print summary reports are emailed to managers in businesses or deans of a particular department/faculty in education. PaperCut provides the facility of emailing reports based on shared account usage to faculty/department head. Filters are available in PaperCut which allows reports to be generated according to the shared account name. Filter can be set by adding the shared account name under Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. (E.g. sending English department head a printing summary report of all the users in the English Department).Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.

to:

It’s very common that print summary reports are emailed to managers in businesses or deans of a particular department/faculty in education. PaperCut provides the facility of emailing reports based on shared account usage to faculty/department head. Filters are available in PaperCut which allows reports to be generated according to the shared account name. Filter can be set by adding the shared account name under Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. (E.g. sending English department head a printing summary report of all the users in the English Department). Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.

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It’s very common that print summary reports are emailed to managers in businesses or deans of a particular department/faculty in education. PaperCut provides the facility of emailing reports based on shared account usage to faculty/department head. Filters are available in PaperCut which allows reports to be generated according to the shared account name. Filter can be set by adding the shared account name under Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. (E.g. sending English department head a printing summary report of all the users in the English Department).
Various kinds of reports can be emailed using this “Email Feature”. Reports can be user/printer oriented. (E.g. Printer oriented: Sending English department head a printing summary report of all the printers in the English Department). Each one of these reports can be a detailed or summary report. Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.

to:

It’s very common that print summary reports are emailed to managers in businesses or deans of a particular department/faculty in education. PaperCut provides the facility of emailing reports based on shared account usage to faculty/department head. Filters are available in PaperCut which allows reports to be generated according to the shared account name. Filter can be set by adding the shared account name under Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. (E.g. sending English department head a printing summary report of all the users in the English Department).Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.
Various kinds of reports can be emailed using this “Email Feature”. Reports can be user/printer oriented. (E.g. Printer oriented: Sending English department head a printing summary report of all the printers in the English Department). Each one of these reports can be a detailed or summary report.

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Various kinds of reports can be generated and emailed using this “Email Feature”. Reports can be user/printer oriented. (E.g. Printer oriented: Sending English department head a printing summary report of all the printers in the English Department). Each one of these reports can be a detailed or summary report. Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.

to:

Various kinds of reports can be emailed using this “Email Feature”. Reports can be user/printer oriented. (E.g. Printer oriented: Sending English department head a printing summary report of all the printers in the English Department). Each one of these reports can be a detailed or summary report. Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.

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Various kinds of reports can be generated and emailed using the PaperCut “Email Feature”. Reports can be user/printer oriented. (E.g. Printer oriented: Sending English department head a printing summary report of all the printers in the English Department). Each one of these reports can be a detailed or summary report. Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.

to:

Various kinds of reports can be generated and emailed using this “Email Feature”. Reports can be user/printer oriented. (E.g. Printer oriented: Sending English department head a printing summary report of all the printers in the English Department). Each one of these reports can be a detailed or summary report. Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.

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(:title Email reports on shared account usage :) Reports on shared account usage can be emailed to the facility/department head using “Email Reports” Facility available in PaperCut.\\\

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(:title Email reports on Shared Account usage :)

It’s very common that print summary reports are emailed to managers in businesses or deans of a particular department/faculty in education. PaperCut provides the facility of emailing reports based on shared account usage to faculty/department head. Filters are available in PaperCut which allows reports to be generated according to the shared account name. Filter can be set by adding the shared account name under Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. (E.g. sending English department head a printing summary report of all the users in the English Department).
Various kinds of reports can be generated and emailed using the PaperCut “Email Feature”. Reports can be user/printer oriented. (E.g. Printer oriented: Sending English department head a printing summary report of all the printers in the English Department). Each one of these reports can be a detailed or summary report. Setting up the right filter is really important for emailing the desired report.

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  1. Configure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications.
    # Schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. Reports can be scheduled to be sent regularly (i.e. weekly, fortnightly, daily, monthly).

For more detail about emailing reports click on:

to:
  • Configure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications.
    * Schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. PaperCut can schedule reports to be sent periodically. ( i.e. weekly, fortnightly, daily, monthly).

More detail can be obtained from:

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Categories: User/Group Sync


keywords: email shared account reports

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  1. The first step is to configure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications.
    #Then you need to schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. Reports can be scheduled to be sent regularly (i.e. weekly, fortnightly, daily, monthly).

to:
  1. Configure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications.
    # Schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. Reports can be scheduled to be sent regularly (i.e. weekly, fortnightly, daily, monthly).

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Reports on shared account usage can be emailed to the facility/department head using “Email Reports” Facility available in PaperCut.
The first step is to configure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications.
Then you can schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. Reports can be scheduled to be sent regularly (i.e. weekly, fortnightly, daily, monthly).

More detail can be obtained from:

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Reports on shared account usage can be emailed to the facility/department head using “Email Reports” Facility available in PaperCut.

To email reports:

#The first step is to configure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications.
#Then you need to schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. Reports can be scheduled to be sent regularly (i.e. weekly, fortnightly, daily, monthly).

For more detail about emailing reports click on:

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The first step is to configure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications. Then you can schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. Reports can be scheduled to be sent regularly (i.e. weekly, fortnightly, daily, monthly).

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The first step is to configure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications.
Then you can schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. Reports can be scheduled to be sent regularly (i.e. weekly, fortnightly, daily, monthly).\\\

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Reports on shared account usage can be emailed to the facility/department head using “Email Reports” Facility available in PaperCut.

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Reports on shared account usage can be emailed to the facility/department head using “Email Reports” Facility available in PaperCut.\\

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(:title Email reports on shared account usage :) Reports on shared account usage can be emailed to the facility/department head using “Email Reports” Facility available in PaperCut. The first step is to configure the Email Options under Options→ Notifications. Then you can schedule these reports from Reports → Schedule / Email Reports → Schedule a new report. Reports can be scheduled to be sent regularly (i.e. weekly, fortnightly, daily, monthly).

More detail can be obtained from:

https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-reports-scheduling.html

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