Input Ports are created at an Account level within the SAFEQ Cloud system tree and define how users can send documents into the SAFEQ Cloud system for Printing, Pull Print, Storage etc.

Adding an Input Port

To add an Input Port to an Account, select the account in the tree, this will display the Account sub menu. From the Account sub menu select the Input Ports option.

The Input Ports list shows the name and type of the Input Ports configured for the Account. Click the Add button to add a new Input Port.

The name of the Input Port as it appears in the SAFEQ Cloud system tree.

Port Type
Select the type of Input Port to create from the drop down list. An Input Port can be one of the following types:

  • Push Queue: This type of Input Port will send the job directly to the output printer (Push Printing)
  • Pull Queue: This type of Input Port will send the job to the Storage Service, where it will be retained and released when a user visits a configured MFP (Pull Printing)

Printer (Push Print only)
If port type ‘Push Queue’ is selected, select a printer from the drop down list that should receive the job sent to the Input Port.

Available by default
When this option is set, the input port will appear for users with access, on workstation PC’s, mobile Apps etc”. This option is enabled by default and it can be changed by the user.

This value indicates the Input Port location. If no location is set on the Input Port, it will retrieve and display the inherited location of the parent.

Click Save to create and enable the new Input Port.

Edit or Delete Input Ports

To edit an existing Input Port open the Input Ports list and click the Edit icon. Port settings are read only until the Edit button is clicked. To delete an Input Port select the delete icon from the list, and click OK on the confirmation pop-up.

Pending Jobs

Input Ports appear in the SAFEQ Cloud system tree as sub nodes of the Account. Selecting the Input Port in the tree displays the sub menu.

Pending Jobs

The Pending Jobs view displays a list of jobs and the job owner (user name). If the input port is a Pull Queue this list will remain static until the jobs are collected by users at the MFP Device. If the port is a Push Queue, then the pending list will show jobs in progress as they are sent to the printer via the Document Output service.

Jobs being held in a pull queue input port, can be deleted by an administrative user with “DeleteJob” permission, by clicking the delete icon in the pending job list.

Access Control

The Access control section allows management of the permissions to access this server. See section Access Control for more information about configuration of roles and access controls.


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