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JimKern
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DNS Error: Domain name not found, printer HP PS Plus e B210a

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I get this error message when I try to send an email to my printers address jimkerns@pheprint.com.  I tries to send using both hotmail & gmail, but I get errors.  My printer tells me the right email address.  I can wireless print on all the computers .  No computer is hooked by wire.  Can you help

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Hello JimKern,

 

The domain name for your printer is "hpeprint.com". If you look, I believe you have it misspelled.

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I did the misspelling in  my message to you.  I used jimkerns@hpeprint.com, and it was not delivered again.

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JimKern,

 

If you sign in to the HP ePrint Center, does the printer show that it is Connected and Ready, as well as the same email address that is presented on the front panel of the printer?

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THANK YOU. KINDA'  FUNNY, It HAPPENS MORE THAN ONCE, The Miss -Spelled  Word,  You probably could make a reminder app for that. Jimmydude

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