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More information on how the toner level information is updated is given[[ https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/TonerUpdateFrequency | here]].
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More information on how the toner level information is updated is given [[ https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/TonerUpdateFrequency | here]].
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In some organizations, they might want to configure this differently so that they are notified when the toner values go lower than 15%. To show the toner level in yellow only when it reaches this level then you can set the value of @@"toner.very-low-threshold" @@config key to 15.
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In some organizations, they might want to configure this differently so that they are notified when the toner values go lower than 15%. To show the toner level in yellow only when it reaches this level then you can set the value of @@"toner.low-threshold" @@config key to 15.
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In some organizations, they might want to configure this differently so that they are notified when the toner values go lower than 15%.

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show the toner level in yellow only when it reaches this level then you can set the value of @@"toner.very-low-threshold" @@config key to 15.
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In some organizations, they might want to configure this differently so that they are notified when the toner values go lower than 15%. To show the toner level in yellow only when it reaches this level then you can set the value of @@"toner.very-low-threshold" @@config key to 15.
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If you want to show the toner level in red when it reaches this level then you can set the value of this @@"toner.very-low-threshold" @@config key to 15.
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If you want to show the toner level in yellow only when it reaches this level then you can set the value of @@"toner.very-low-threshold" @@config key to 15.
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It is also possible to send low toner notifications to administrators. You can configure that via @@Options -> Notifications -> System Notifications@@

More information on how the toner level information is updated is given in [[ https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/TonerUpdateFrequency | here]].
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It is also possible to send low toner notifications to administrators. You can configure it via @@Options -> Notifications -> System Notifications@@

More information on how the toner level information is updated is given[[ https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/TonerUpdateFrequency | here]].
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More information on how the toner level information is updated is given in this KB article: 
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More information on how the toner level information is updated is given in [[ https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/TonerUpdateFrequency | here]].
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Please see the section called [|https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html|Using the Config Editor]] to find out how to change config keys.

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You can change the config keys via @@Options -> Config Editor (advanced) @@. Please see the section called [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html | Using the Config Editor]] to find out how to change config keys.

In some organizations, they might want to configure this differently so that they are notified when the toner values go lower than 15%.

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It is also possible to send low toner notifications to administrators. You can configure that via @@Options -> Notifications -> System Notifications@@

More information on how the toner level information is updated is given in this KB article:
 https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/TonerUpdateFrequency

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Please see the section called [[Using the Config Editor|https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html]] to find out how to change config keys.
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Please see the section called [|https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html|Using the Config Editor]] to find out how to change config keys.
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(:title Toner Level Thresholds Title:)

The toner levels visible in the Dashboards are displayed in different colors based on the toner levels thresholds defined in PaperCut.

By default, they are displayed in red when the toner level is equal or less than 10%. They are displayed in yellow, if it is equal to 30% or less. These toner levels act as warnings to the system administrator.

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They are configurable via the config keys: @@toner.low-threshold@@ and @@toner.very-low-threshold @@

Please see the section called [[Using the Config Editor|https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html]] to find out how to change config keys.

In some organizations, they might want to configure this differently so that they are notified when the toner values go lower than 15%
If you want to show the toner level in red when it reaches this level then you can set the value of this @@"toner.very-low-threshold" @@config key to 15.


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