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Honor Student
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Member Since: ‎06-06-2014
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Authorizing Email Address for "no-reply" Such as Evernote, etc.

I would like to print Evernote notes to my HP Connected printer via my HP ePrint email address.  That is, on an Evernote note, I want to click on Share->Send By Email, sending it to my HP Connected printer's ePrint email address.  Notes sent in this way come from an e-mail address "".  I have gone into HP Connected and tried to add as an authorized e-mail address.  However, it will not allow this until a confirmation email sent to confirms this.  This, of course, is not possible.


Is there another way for me to add "" as being authorized to send ePrint e-mails to my HP Connected printer address without requiring a confirmation?





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HP Support Agent
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Member Since: ‎09-03-2013
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Re: Authorizing Email Address for "no-reply" Such as Evernote, etc.

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Hi FergyR,


Welcome to the HP Support Forums.  I understand that you would like to authorize as an allowed sender to your printer’s ePrint email address.


Have you tried to forward something from Evernote since adding the no-reply email address? To the my knowledge you should be able to print using the method you subscribed without having to confirm the email address.


Are you using Evernote on an Android or Apple mobile device?  If so, please download and install HP’s ePrint Mobile app.  It will allow you to link to your Evernote account and you can send the note to the printer from within the app.  I have included the HP ePrint Mobile App FAQ document for reference.



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