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Can I access a document from HP email server do they have copys of what you send to my hprinter

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I'm trying to find out if the documents we send to our home printer using the HP email server can be obtained does HP printer servers keep a copy of what we send

if so can we access that copy to be reprinted

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There are no copies kept.

Jobs are only on the server(s) long enough to be checked and sent on their way.

All machine controlled - no backups are made.

 

For the future,

Copy yourself (do not use BCC) to have a copy of the job sent to your email.

 

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