At 10:16 AM 2/12/97 PST, you wrote:
>Epilogue: Roger K deBry
>Senior Techncial Staff Member
>Architecture and Technology
>IBM Printing Systems
>email: rdebry at us.ibm.com>phone: 1-303-924-4080
>>At last weeks security meeting in El Segundo, we discussed several possible
>configurations for printing, one which was a client behind one firewall
>printer behind another, different firewall. For example, I want to send a
>an internet draft to a public printer at Xerox and have Carl-Uno pick it up.
>>It seems that this kind of operation requires some additional job attributes,
>o who the output is for
>o what that person's address is
>o how to deliver it
>o instructions to notify the intended recipient when print is complete
>o etc ...
let us not get carried away with a whole new set of attributes to solve
I suggest that the following two IPP features would cover it:
1) Have an attribute which contains a text to be displayed on the banner
page (which most network printers already have).
2) Allow for multiple addresses in a "send notifications to" attribute,
which would allow not only the owner of the job, but also others to be
notified, of success or failure events.
Principal Engineer - Advanced Printing Standards - Xerox Corporation
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