Pharos Mobile Printing – Instructions And FAQ’s

Mobile printing is available for those with a valid ACE account and RebelCard.

Steps to submit and release a print job to Pharos Mobile Print

Make sure your mobile device is on the Eduroam or UNLV-sponsored wifi networks.

Step 1: Send Document to Print

  • Open your UNLV student email account. Send or forward the document(s) to be printed (as attachments) to the email address libprinter@unlv.edu
  • Only the attachments in the emails can be configured to print. The email itself will not print.

Step 2: Receive reply email from MobilePrint

  • After the email is submitted, you will receive a return email showing a list of submitted documents from Pharos Mobile Printing. It also contains brief instructions on how to print the document(s).
  • Note, you will need your ACE login to register your email address if you have not printed in the library.

Step 3: Release the Documents

  • Proceed to any designated mobile Pharos Printer. Scan your student ID in the card reader:
    • Identify your print job by your ACE account
    • Press the [Print] icon on the printer station screen for each document you want to print.

File types that can be printed

Microsoft® Word.doc, .docx, .dot
Microsoft® Excel.xls, .xlt,.xlsx, .xltx, .xltm, .xlsm
Microsoft® PowerPoint.ppt, .pptx, .pptm, .pot, .pps, .potx, .ppsx
Microsoft® Visio.vsd, .vss, .vst, .vdx, .vsx, .vtx, .vdw
Microsoft® Outlook.msg, .eml
OpenDocument.odt, .ods, .ott, .odp
Comma Separated Values.csv
Adobe Portable Document Format.pdf
Rich Text Format.rtf
Text files.txt
Image formats.jpg, .jpeg, .gif, .png, .bmp

FAQ’s

Question 1:

Q: Can I print the body of the email I submit?

A: Mobile Printing is configured to only print the attachments and not the body of the email.


Question 2:

Q: How many attachments can I submit for printing?

A: There is a limit of 10 attachments per email accepted and 100 emails per day for each user.


Question 3:

Q: Which printers are available for mobile printing?

A: There are designated mobile printing areas at all libraries (Lied, Architecture, Music, TDRL and Law Computer Lab).

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