It should ask for your username and password to connect. This is only the first part of your ID, no @unmc.edu. When it connects, you will probably see the print queue, which shows jobs that are waiting to be released.
If it reaches this point, it should have installed the printer on your computer.
If you wish to leave a group (like the BCC film processors), there is a simple way that you can do this yourself instead of emailing the entire group.
If you access Outlook through a web browser:
On the left you should see groups>BCC Film Processors, click on the group name. That will open up the group and you can see any messages etc. Once again click on the group name and that will bring up details of the group. You should see three dots … click on those dots. That will open up a drop down menu with leave group as one of the choices. You could also choose to remain a member of the group and deselect follow in inbox.
If you access outlook through your desktop, it’s a very similar process, but looks slightly different.
Sometimes when you go to release your print job, it acts like it’s going to print and then nothing happens…This is usually because there is an error in a print job, either yours or one that was printed before yours.
Here’s what to do. Before you are even logged into the printer, you might notice that the light on the left edge is orange.
If that’s the case, you can look at the job(s) that caused the problem and delete them so that your job can come out. Press the Access button on the far right edge of the screen. Note in the top right corner where it says “Print Error.”
Go ahead and tap the screen there. You will get a screen that looks something like this one with a list of print jobs and show one or more that say “Printing Error” as the status. Choose the job with the printing error and press “Delete” over to the right.
Once the jobs with errors are gone, printing should resume normally.
It has been noted that printing documents one-sided is not working as you might expect it to and Microsoft Excel produces so really interesting results when the issue occurs. The problem stems from the fact that the printers properties override the application (in this case Excel) properties. Instead of using Excel’s properties to choose one-sided as shown here:
Use the printer’s properties by choosing it here
and then choose One-sided and OK in the dialogue that opens, shown here
Notice that when you return to Excel, the printer has changed the Excel print dialogue to say one-sided AND now it will actually print one-sided.