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NEW IN 19.1: New server command features & API calls

The release of PaperCut 19.1 includes new server-command features and API calls to help you automate PaperCut user management.

From removing users to configuring the advanced user pop-up, it’s a tweaking sys admins dream.

Get the details here.

Why we built Print Deploy

Yesterday we released Print Deploy.

That feels extremely satisfying to write. I’ve been a part of the team working on this initiative for many, many months. It feels wonderful to make it available to everyone finally!

Here’s the story about why we built it.

Say goodbye to print room forms

If you’ve ever stepped foot in a print room or FabLab, there’s a good chance you’ve come across the dreaded “form”.

You know the one – an extensive document a user must fill out specifying how they would like their files printed.

How would you like to say goodbye to it forever?

Windows, Linux, Mac … PaperCut’s your choice

Mac, Windows, or Linux? Which server’s best for your environment?

And what about your users? What’s their preferred operating system? Android, iOS, ChromeOS, Windows, Linux?

So. Many. Choices.

Fortunately, there’s one print management solution that works happily with ALL of them …

PaperCut 19.0 and the pleasure of simple printing

Whether it’s release 17.0 making moves with Mobility Print, or 18.0 automating 3D printing with Job Ticketing, we’re big on making our “dot-oh” releases a bit more “dot-ohmygoodness.”

And 19.0 is no exception.

Get ready to be wowed by how simple it just became to get the most out of your printer.

A prestigious UK school meets its print management match

Six years is a while in the software game.

So finding out we have a long-time devotee (even serendipitously) in David Garwood, IT technician for St. Mary’s Menston Catholic Academy (SMMCA), is the greatest.

Better yet, he’s happy to report SMMCA’s thoughts on PaperCut MF are in keeping with the observed trend: they absolutely love it.

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