How to set a printer so that if an email is sent to it then it prints

I have to set up a printer to print via email and/or google cloud print

"Brother HL-L2340DW Compact Laser Printer"

I am able to connect and print via wifi. but how to set up via email or Google Cloud Print.
jgdvishnuSoftware ArchitectAsked:
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Your printer is Google Cloud Print compatible. Have a look at these Brother & Google web pages for instructions on setting it up:

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jgdvishnuSoftware ArchitectAuthor Commented:
Thanks for confirming V2 printer. I need one help.
I have wifi setup + Google CLoud to run on the printer.
Now I want to set it up so that if someone sends to an email address then the attached doc should get printed. Is it possible and how?
I have seen that in FedEx, Staples and many community events.
if someone sends to an email address
I assume you mean sending the job to the printer as an email. There are some high-end printers that can do this (e.g. Xerox MFPs and HP's ePrint capable printers), but most cannot. Xerox also have a software solution: "Xerox® Print Management and Mobility Suite". It is supposed to work with non-Xerox printers. Disclaimer: I have not used this.

If you mean to automatically print emails that you (not the printer) receive, in Outlook (Windows) you can set a "rule" to do that. If you want to print attachments automatically, then you need additional tools like "Print Tools for Outlook".
jgdvishnuSoftware ArchitectAuthor Commented:
it works
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