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  # 1223708 28-Jan-2015 02:13
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Unboxed it and set it up and ugh, what a horrible userinterface,

Also it looks like all the dropbox, google drive, evernote etc stuff is purely for printing from so I feel a bit duped by it. For $9 im not going to get too pissy about it with them but really that should be made clear that its cloud connection stuff is all one directional. Take and print only.




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  # 1223724 28-Jan-2015 07:16
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Are you serious? No scanning to drop box or network?

 
 
 
 


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  # 1223731 28-Jan-2015 07:42
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i never knew you could do that. so we are happy as larry.




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  # 1223996 28-Jan-2015 12:38
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richms: ... evernote etc stuff is purely for printing from ...


From the online manual: "… In the Settings dialog box of IJ Scan Utility, select the item you want to set, then select [eg] Evernote for Send to an application in Application Settings.  … If an Evernote client application is installed on your computer, you can import scanned images into the application and upload them to the Evernote server. …"

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  # 1224040 28-Jan-2015 13:35
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loceff13: http://www.dicksmith.co.nz/multifunction-scanners/canon-pixma-mg5560-multifunction-dsnz-xp6560

$1 profit(pickup) after cashback today only


Use code KICK10 to get $10 off orders $50 and over = $11 profit today only

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  # 1224109 28-Jan-2015 14:53
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i need to unsubscribe this thread ... ! ;p




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  # 1224112 28-Jan-2015 14:56
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Next week they will pay you $20 to pick it up. And $10 extra for each subsequent week you wait.

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  # 1224147 28-Jan-2015 15:45
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richms: ... evernote etc stuff is purely for printing from ...


From the online manual: "… In the Settings dialog box of IJ Scan Utility, select the item you want to set, then select [eg] Evernote for Send to an application in Application Settings.  … If an Evernote client application is installed on your computer, you can import scanned images into the application and upload them to the Evernote server. …"


That's doing it on a PC, nothing cloud about that.

Its as hopeless as my last brother MFC whos idea of "send to email" was to use the bloatware to pop open a new message in outlook with a file attached on the computer. Whereas my old one just let you put email addresses in the speed dial fax buttons and directly did smtp (no ssl tho to pretty useless these days)




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  # 1224159 28-Jan-2015 15:50
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Ive had my confirmation email on mine too.  28 days wait for the cashback.  It did take a while to get the email about it though.  So far Im actually reasonably impressed with the printer.  Didnt really need it, was even going to leave it boxed up but decided to get it out to see if it'll print photos better than my colour laser.  On plain paper the same crappy quality, on photo paper its actually pretty damned good.  Havent tried scanning over a network yet, didnt bother installing all the extra canon crap either.  

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  # 1224161 28-Jan-2015 15:52
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Still no confirmation. Maybe they're allergic to people who bought two on the same receipt ...




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askelon: Ive had my confirmation email on mine too.  28 days wait for the cashback.  It did take a while to get the email about it though.  So far Im actually reasonably impressed with the printer.  Didnt really need it, was even going to leave it boxed up but decided to get it out to see if it'll print photos better than my colour laser.  On plain paper the same crappy quality, on photo paper its actually pretty damned good.  Havent tried scanning over a network yet, didnt bother installing all the extra canon crap either.  


Would you buy ink for it though, and I wonder how long the original ink will last for? My last printer used most of the ink up cleaning itself. Would be interested to know the cheapest way to run it is. How about one of those continuous ink supply systems?

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  # 1224168 28-Jan-2015 15:59
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cheapest way would be to take the free money and printer they are giving out and bin the printer when its empty. Or sell it on trademe to some sucker "Just needs new ink" $1 reserve.




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  # 1224174 28-Jan-2015 16:04
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joker97: Still no confirmation. Maybe they're allergic to people who bought two on the same receipt ...


I bought two on separate receipts, still no confirmation.

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  # 1224227 28-Jan-2015 16:57
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richms: cheapest way would be to take the free money and printer they are giving out and bin the printer when its empty. Or sell it on trademe to some sucker "Just needs new ink" $1 reserve.


The problem is though that some of these printers only have starter cartridges for a few pages, and you then need more ink almost immediately. But if someone wants a scanner, it isn't a bad simple little scanner, just that it probably needs ink cartridges in it to work.

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