Email Printing: Print from Mobile and Laptop

Due to on-campus restrictions, please see Public Computing Availability During COVID-19 for the most current information.

The following article provides an overview of Email Printing, the alternative to Laptop Printing (a.k.a. the Pharos Pop-up Client) for printing from on campus printers. Email Printing works on all supported operating systems to date, including MacOS 10.15 Catalina.

Before You Start (Action Required)

You must register your Wharton address before using Email Printing.

You can register personal addresses for Email Printing too,

Register for Email Printing

Before you can use Email Printing you must register your Wharton address. If you want to register using a personal email, you can do that as well; follow these steps but send the initial email from your personal account.

Using Email Printing

There are several stages to printing a document.

Preparing your Document

  1. Make any necessary formatting changes
    • i.e. multiple slides per page
  2. Export the document as a PDF
    • may be located under File > Print
  3. Follow the steps in Printing a Document

Printing a Document

  1. Attach your document to an email
  2. Send it to
  3. Wait for EmailPrint Notification: All of your documents are ready for release1
  4. Go to a printer and release your job

Color & Duplex Settings

  1. Send the document to print@wharton
  2. Navigate to your MyPrintCenter
  3. Log in2
  4. Select a document & change the settings under Print Options in the bottom-right

1You must receive this email before going to the printer. The larger the attachment, the longer it will take to render and become available to print.

2Use your Pennkey username (without and your Wharton Gmail password.


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