123 HP e-Print Setup

HP EPRINT SETUP

The ePrint service is inbuilt wireless printing application of newly released e-print service enabled HP Printers, so you can perform printing jobs from your office, from Home, travelling or from anywhere by sending printable documents and photos to the printer from your computer, laptop, tablet, or smart phone via an email account with an active Internet connection.

Ensure that ePrint service in your printer is enabled.

If enabled, Go to Home Screen and search ePrint icon.

Click the ePrint icon on the Home screen.

Open a Web Services summary menu in the ePrint icon to obtain email address of your printer.

Simultaneously open corresponding email application on your device.

Send printing document to your email address of your printer from your personal email application.

Now your printer is ready to print the documents through email printer setup.

If your printer is not having ePrint service, follow the below steps to setup ePrint Service.

Download Web Services on your Printer

GO to Printer Home screen

Click ePrint icon in the screen

Select SetUp option in ePrint icon

Click Web Services enable options followed by snapping terms and conditions.

HP e-print service supports the following types of documents:

MS Word, PowerPoint presentation and Outlook based document.

Image file in JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG, TIFF formats.

Adobe Acrobat file (PDFs), Rich Text Format (RTF) and HTML file.

The 123 HP printer ePrint features enables printing documents by attaching the documents to email messages sent to the computing device. Before enabling e-print service, register the printer to a HP ePrint cloud service called HP ePrint Center, which assigns a unique email address to the printer or MFP. The assigned email address is customizable but by default is arbitrarily set to promote security since only those who know the email address can use it to print. HP ePrint via Email does not require a print driver installed on the client. The HP ePrint public cloud renders the printing data from each separate attachment into a suitable print data stream, such as PCL3, PCL 5, or PostScript, and, subsequently, sends it to the HP ePrint enabled printer. For this to work, the attachments for printing must be in a native plain format, such as any of the following: