Conflicting messages about the acceptance of jobs
If a remote print job is initially accepted
but the user receives mail that the job has been rejected,
there are two possibilities:
The client computer
might be accepting requests
while the server computer is rejecting requests.
The definition of the server printer
on the client computer
might not match the definition of that printer
on the server computer.
the definitions of print job components
such as filters, character sets, print wheels, and forms
are not the same on the client and server systems.
Identical definitions of these job components must be
registered on both the client and the server systems
for client users to access server printers.
Jobs backed up in the server queue
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004