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configure external Printer  inside the domain

Posted on 2013-06-20
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I want  to configure the printer which is not in the intranet LAN , means can it possible to

use our SMTP Relay server to printer externally  .?
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by:Patrick Bogers
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Hi

Sorry What??? Please clarify your question because clearly you cannot use the mail protocol to execute a printjob.
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by:Buntyquest
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I want to use external printer for printing use our SMTP Relay server ip   , but the printer is not company LAN . Is it Possible?

If possible  what is the plan?
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Patrick Bogers earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Is this printer reachable by URL on your relay server? i mean, can you connect to it by using something like

\\SomePublicIpNumber\printername

If yes you can install the driver for this printer on your relay server and share the printer, if not possible you will need to setup a VPN tunnel to where the printer resides.
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how to  setup a VPN tunnel to where the printer resides
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