Answered By: ic @westernsydney.edu.au Last Updated: Sep 23, 2016 Views: 38
A Security Key can be set for added security, when you are sending email attachments via Webprint.
To set a Security Key, click on the Security Key button.
In the Email Print Security Key pop up window, enter a Security Key then click OK.
You can use a combination of letters and numbers and there is not a minimum character limit.
Enter the Security Key into the email subject line and forward to email@example.com
The Security Key can be accompanied by other text but must appear somewhere in the subject line. It may take a few minutes to appear in the Current Activity tab.
If the Security Key is not in the subject line of the email, the attachment will not appear in the Current Activity tab.