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LinuxPrint Spooler

Linux Print Spooling

OM Plus‘ advanced print spooler file management product suite provides an output management solution which enables advanced document delivery from one or more sources–unlike native Linux lp. OM Plus also differs from Linux lp printing because it goes across complex networks, to multiple destinations. The OM Plus’ Linux print spooler has powerful rules processing for flexible event based actions and has a strong centralized administration structure. That’s something you won’t find with Linux print spooling.

The list below includes a list for some of the many advantages of OM Plus over Linux printing.

  • Delivery confirmation (all the way to the output tray) – not part of standard Linux printing
  • Auto routing based on print job meta-data
  • Is a print job allowed to print in color or black and white only
  • Number of pages limit exceeded automatically sends large jobs to production printers
  • User not permitted to print on production printer, re-route to network printer
  • Load balancing across multiple printers – not part of standard Linux printing
  • Automated methods for notification of print failure – not part of standard LINUX printing
  • Fail-over/Print re-direction in case of failure (in unattended print mode) – not part of standard LINUX printing
  • Print to hold Queue for confidential print – not part of standard LINUX printing
  • Reprint at page level (e.g. Checks) – not part of standard LINUX printing
  • Bundling of separate jobs into a single print file -not part of standard LINUX printing
  • Ensuring proper forms are mounted prior to print (i.e. checks) -not part of standard LINUX printing
  • Preventing others from “over-printing” on mounted forms
  • Delay purge functions of print jobs to enable viewing/re-printing out side of application -not part of standard LINUX printing
  • Managing print post processing events (filter processes)
  • View to validate WYSIWYG
  • Scalability to support large numbers of printers defined to a single server
  • Detailed accounting logs for managing internal departmental costs and charge backs
  • Printer Management Tools such as PJL and SNMP to collect printer health info – not part of standard LINUX printing
  • Automated finishing commands not available in application – not part of standard LINUX printing
  • Archiving functions – for short/med terms research, re-print – not part of standard LINUX printing
  • Batch printing tools

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