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What's the Email address book limit on LaserJet M281?

My current Officejet Pro 8600 can only hold 15 email addresses for it's "Scan to email" feature. I'd like to upgrade to a printer with a larger limit. Any suggestions? 

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Welcome to the HP Support Community. 

 

I'd suggest you Contact the HP Shopping Team, they should be able to help. 

 

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What's the Email address book limit on LaserJet M281?

I did contacted HP Shopping Team. They are unable to provide me the answer. HP is a big Company but no one know the answer of What's the Email address book limit on LaserJet M281?

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Hi @laktax

 

You can add up to 15 email addresses with their corresponding contact names. 

 

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What's the Email address book limit on LaserJet M281?

If you are looking for a larger feature set, you need to look at models such as the M479. Even with that model they do not visibly publish the capacity of the address books and it is something I have raised with contacts I have at HP. 

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