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Printing secure documents

I just wondered when you send a secured print job to a printer how long will it stay on the printer before it deletes or does it stay there until the person actually deletes it?

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You have to specify how long you want the job to be kept

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Secured print jobs only stay in the printer until they are printed. If you want to keep a document in the copier, you have to use the bulletin board system under the scanner section of the copier.

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