They send an access code that you enter to get the print. The site cautions
it may take some time to print, so it appears that it is a pull printing
It didn't show a location on my iOS device, but after print submittal the
app offered to find a location using Google Maps or the FedEx mobile app
(use current location or by Zip Code).
From: Randy Turner [mailto:rturner at amalfisystems.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 6:38 PM
Cc: cloud at pwg.org
Subject: Re: [Cloud] Google print
Was curious if they use client location information to suggest the
fedex/kinkos location nearest to the client user ?
I'll look into this.
On Apr 18, 2012, at 6:28 PM, larryupthegrove wrote:
> If you have Google cloud print, the FedEx option is added to your list
> of printers.
> The following terms and conditions apply to your use of the print to
> FedEx Office option. Upon successful submission to FedEx Office, your
> document will be stored in a secure server for download at any FedEx
> Office location using the retrieval code provided to you. Your
> document will be accessible for 10 days and then it will be deleted
> from the system. FedEx Office cannot warrant or guarantee the
> security of information or data that you transmit over the Internet.
> By choosing to print to FedEx Office, you agree to assume the risk of
> any unauthorized third-party access. You represent and warrant that
> you own or otherwise have the right to reproduce the documents
> submitted without violating any third-party intellectual property
> rights or any applicable law. YOUR SELECTION OF "I AGREE" AND YOUR
> CONTINUED USE OF THIS SERVICE INDICATES YOUR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT THAT YOU HAVE
READ AND ACCEPTED THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
>>> Cost based on sample I submitted - 0.09/page for b/w, 0.44/page color
> on std. paper
>> I'll add this option to the spreadsheet.
>> Larry Upthegrove
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