Registering the device

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After the Mobile Session Print app has been installed, the mobile device needs to be registered on the ThinPrint Notification Service (TPNS).

This requires a user account with a mail address from the same mail domain that was used to register the Mobile Session Print server on the TPNS (see Registering Mobile Session Print server on TPNS).

  • If not already exists, set up an Exchange e-mail account for the relevant user – preferably on the mobile device.
Mail app: E-mail account set up (example)

Mail app: E-mail account set up (example)

  • Next, start the Mobile Session Print app. Confirm the message “Mobile Print Would like to Send You Push Notifications” with OK.
  • Enter the user’s e-mail address in the Mobile Session Print app (left arrow in following Illus.) and confirm with Send (right arrow).
Mobile Session Print app: Enter the e-mail address and confirm with Send (example)

Mobile Session Print app: Enter the e-mail address and confirm with Send (example)

Then the TPNS registers the device for the respective user and sends her or him a confirmation e-mail.

Go to the mail app. Open this e-mail, and tap on the Confirm button in the body of the text to confirm the registration.

Mail app: Confirm the mail from TPNS by tapping on Confirm

Mail app: Confirm the mail from TPNS by tapping on Confirm

  • A message will appear in the web browser. It shows the successful registration on TPNS.
Web browser: message confirming successful registration

Web browser: message confirming successful registration

  • To finish the registration, switch back to the Mobile Session Print app and tap on Continue when e-mail confirmed (arrow in following Illus.) and then on Get started now.
Mobile Session Print app: completing registration

Mobile Session Print app: completing registration

Mobile Session Print app: getting started

Mobile Session Print app: getting started

As mentioned above, you can also personalize multiple devices or Mobile Session Print apps with the same e-mail address.

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