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What is HP ePrint? ›
How HP ePrint can boost business ›
How do I use HP ePrint? ›
How does HP ePrint work with my existing IT environment? ›
Tips for using ePrint ›
Find a printer with HP ePrint for your office ›
Learn More ›

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Introduction: HP ePrint allows you to e-mail office documents, presentations, and photos directly to an HP ePrint-enabled printer using any device with e-mail capabilities—including smartphones!1 That means you can print from virtually anywhere. Read on to find out how this groundbreaking printer feature can keep you connected to the office, even while on-the-go!

What is HP ePrint?

woman on a couch printing from laptop
HP ePrint lets you print from a smartphone, laptop, or any other device with e-mail capabilities.1
man printing from mobile phone using HP ePrint
No matter if you're at home, at the office, or on-the-go, you can print using HP ePrint whenever you have access to e-mail.
HP ePrint is a free, mobile printing feature that uses an exclusive e-mail address assigned to your HP ePrint-enabled printer, letting you e-mail documents directly to the printer.1
•  Print from any device with e-mail capabilities: Print from a smartphone, laptop, or any other device—without installing any special drivers or software.
•  Print a variety of document types: Use HP ePrint to send images, text files, PDFs, and more. If you can attach it to an e-mail, you can print it!
•  Print on-the-go: Whether you're at your desk, at the airport, or across the country, with HP ePrint, you can print from any place you have access to e-mail.
Don't have a printer with HP ePrint? Get tips for choosing the right ePrint-enabled printer for your office needs.
Have a printer with HP ePrint but don't know how it works? Watch this quick ePrint video.

How HP ePrint can boost business

woman with suitcase and mobile phone
Running late? With HP ePrint, you can send documents from your mobile device and have them waiting for you at your office!1
two men reviewing documents with HP Officejet in the background
HP ePrint allows both visiting clients and colleagues to print important documents or information without installing printer software.
HP ePrint can benefit almost any company, of any size.
•  Save time: Running late but need to print a presentation? Print from wherever you are using your mobile device. Attach your document to an e-mail and hit send—it will be waiting in your printer's output tray when you arrive!1
•  Improve client relationships: When you share your printer's e-mail address, both visiting clients and colleagues can print important documents or information, without installing printer software.
•  Streamline workflow: Skip a few steps in the communication process, even while on-the-go! Send information to in-house staff or those working in satellite locations, without delay.
•  Save resources: HP ePrint uses mobile devices you already have, so you can avoid buying unnecessary computers or additional applications, software, or hardware. Plus, there's no need to set up e-mail for staff that otherwise don't use computers.
•  Work from virtually anywhere: Print and share documents like itineraries, directions, purchase confirmations, and more, right from your mobile device.
And, most printers with HP ePrint support HP Print Apps, which allow you to print select Web content without using a PC!2 This includes access to business apps, such as Google eStorage, and more.

How do I use HP ePrint?

printer touchscreen with Wireless Setup Wizard circled
Step 1: Connect your HP ePrint-enabled printer to a wireless network. This can be done using the Wireless Setup Wizard on your printer's touchscreen.
screenshot of adding a printer at the ePrint center
Step 3: Make sure to register your printer at the HP ePrintCenter to manage your ePrint settings.
HP ePrint is as easy to use as sending an e-mail.
1.  Connect your HP ePrint-enabled printer to a wireless network. You can do so using the Wireless Setup Wizard (for inkjet printers) or the USB Setup method (for inkjets or HP LaserJets).
2.  Enable Web services, which includes ePrint. You'll receive a prompt during the wireless set-up process to do this. You'll get a printout with your printer's e-mail address. You can also access its address from your printer's touchscreen.
3.  Register your printer online. Register at the HP ePrintCenter. This allows you to: control who is able to send e-mails to your printer, fine-tune your printing options, reset your printer's e-mail address, and view your print job history.
4.  Attach a document to an e-mail and send! Attach your document to an e-mail and then send it to the unique e-mail address assigned to your printer. That's it—your document will begin printing! You can do this from your computer, laptop, smartphone, or any device with e-mail capabilities.

How does HP ePrint work with my existing IT environment?

assortment of document types
HP ePrint supports any device with e-mail capabilities, plus a variety of document types, letting you print emails and attachments with ease.
HP ePrint works with your existing wireless Internet connection and can fit seamlessly into your existing IT structure, whether your company is PC- or Mac-based.
File types supported3
•  Images
•  Text files
•  PDFs
•  Photos
•  Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel
E-mail clients supported4
•  Outlook 2003, 2007
•  Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail, Gmail
•  Apple Mail (iPhone, iPad, Macbook, MacbookPro )
•  BlackBerry mail client Nokia/Symbian client (Nokia)

Tips for using ePrint

touchscreen of HP Photosmart
HP ePrint is simple to use—remember these few tips, though, to ensure you get the highest quality, every time!
HP ePrint is so easy to use—just attach and send! Remember these tips to get take full advantage of this handy feature:
•  The printer must be on and connected to the Internet.
•  If HP ePrint can't connect to your printer, print jobs will remain on the server for 24 hours.
•  There is a 5 MB total limit per e-mail, including attachments.
•  There is a maximum of 10 attachments per e-mail.
•  Image files (such as jpeg., bmp., tiff., etc.) need to be at least 100 DPI in order to print.
•  All photos will print at a default size of 4" x 6".

Find a printer with HP ePrint for your office

Use HP ePrint to print documents directly from any e-mail-enabled mobile device!1
HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-in-One
HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-in-One ›
•  Print, copy, scan –even fax without a phone line5
•  4.3" color touchscreen display with gesturing
•  25-page ADF (automatic document feeder)
•  Get lab-quality photos from 5 individual inks
•  Use HP Print Apps for printing forms, news, and more—without a PC2
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HP Officejet Pro 8600 Premium e-All-in-One
HP Officejet Pro 8600 Premium e-All-in-One  ›
•  Print, copy, scan, fax
•  4.3" color touchscreen display with gesturing
•  50-page ADF
•  Additional 250-sheet input tray
•  Use business HP Print Apps for printing forms and news, archiving documents, and more—without a PC2
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HP LaserJet Pro CM1415fnw Color Multifunction Printer
HP LaserJet Pro CM1415fnw Color Multifunction Printer ›
•  Print, copy, scan, fax
•  Duty cycle: Up to 30,000 pages monthly
•  150-page ADF
•  Use business HP Print Apps for printing forms and news, archiving documents, and more—without a PC2
Learn more & buy
Visit the HP ePrint Buying guide to find wireless HP Photosmarts, HP Officejets, and HP LaserJets that support HP ePrint.

Learn more

•  Don't want to buy a new printer but still want to print from your phone? Learn all the ways you can print from your mobile device.
•  Learn how to protect your company by encrypting your office's wireless network, plus find tips on securing your HP ePrint account.
•  Visit the Printing and imaging expertise center to find a other helpful articles about the business benefits of wireless printing.
1. Requires an Internet connection to the printer. Feature works with any connected Internet- and email- capable device. Print times may vary. For a list of supported documents and image types, see www.hp.com/go/eprintcenter. And for additional solutions, see www.hp.com/go/mobile-printing-solutions.
2. Requires a wireless access point and an Internet connection to the printer. Services may require registration. App availability varies by country, language and agreements. For details, www.hp.com/go/eprintcenter.
3. It is strongly recommended that you preview documents in Excel before printing.
4. E-mail clients have been tested by HP ePrint. Testing does not guarantee full compatibility
5. Web-based fax service requires an Internet connection to the printer and registration with third-party service. Up to 20 inbound and 20 outbound pages a month. Additional terms and restrictions apply; see www.hp.com/support.