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Ahare
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Eprint with a second email address

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Office jet pro 8600
Microsoft Windows 10 (32-bit)

How do I add a second email address to my account or otherwise authorize a second person to eprint to my printer? I can eprint fine from my own PC or from my phone, by sending an email to the address associated with the printer. When another member of my household, 'Brian', sends a document to the same printer address, nothing happens. He has to send the document to me, and I email it to the printer. How do I give Brian the ability to eprint like I can?

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@Ahare 

 

Essentially, you add Brian's email address to your HP Connected Account as one of the "Allowed" senders.

 

HP Connected > How to > Setting Up and Using HP ePrint

 

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Managing Allowed Senders for HP ePrint

 

 

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