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Talin
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can`t set orientation, fit to page, config color, two side printing, when I use eprint

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Hi, when I send a .jpg file by email to use eprint, it comes out very small.

Are there a set of print-config-commands that I can put in subject of an email and send it to hp eprint service, to config print job settings?

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ShlomiL
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Hi,

You cannot control many settings with HP ePrint.

 

Two-Sided is not an option for the HP ePrint service.

 

Any printed image file attachment will resize to 10 x 15, a picture added into the email content and not as an attachment will keep its original size.

 

See the 'Can I change print settings for an HP ePrint job?' section below:

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03721293

 

The last 3 options are only available for later printer models, not for the M252 printer.

 

Shlomi



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Hi,

I registered to the hpsmart.com.

Luckily, my printer supports the 3 options.

opt 1: print in color or mono

opt2: print paper type selection, plain or photo

opt3: print on 1-side or 2-side

Then I tried different options and I found the following results:

A) if I send image pasted inside email body, then it will be printed by its original size

B) if I convert any file to A4 size PDF format and send the file as an attachment, then it will be fitted to printable area of A4 paper.

(I used Microsoft office lens app to conduct the above mentioned trial and errors.)

conclusion:

To get desirable output, it is best to convert any file to a multi-page, A4-size, color/mono, per-configured .PDF file format and send it to be e-printed.

(I've tested by the output PDF file generated by "save as PDF" command on Mac-OS X)

 

However, I still wish in future, I can pass all print commands inside the email subject field.

 

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