Student Print Email Warnings

Students are likely to receive two different emails from the print system. Please read below for more information on each email.

Email warning regarding file attachments

If you submit an email with an unaccepted file type, you will receive an email like the one provided below. You will need to email your file again with the appropriate file type.

If a user emails an invalid file type (Non- PDF, .DOC, .DOCX, .PPT, .PPTX, .PPS, .XLS, .XLSX, .RTF, .TXT, .GIF, .JPG, .JPEG, .PNG, .TIF, and .TIFF.)   to or this warning email will be emailed to the user.  

Although students can still print from Google Docs using the Canon Printing system, students must download files in Word, PPTX, PDF, or XLS formats to submit for printing.

Example Email

Canon uniFLOW: Problem in retrieving attachment(s)

   There has been a problem retrieving the following attachment(s):

"Name of document"

    These file(s) will not be printed.

    NOTE: Only the following file types are allow: .PDF, .DOC, .DOCX, .PPT, .PPTX, .PPS, .XLS, .XLSX, .RTF, .TXT, .GIF, .JPG, .JPEG, .PNG, .TIF, and .TIFF.

    This message was automatically created by Canon uniFLOW. Do not reply to this Email.

    Best Regards

Email warning regarding print credits

Students are allotted a certain amount of print credits each semester. When you have approximately $10 left in print credits, you will receive the below email. 

Example Email

The print credits assigned to you is about to expire.

The print job XXXXXXXX.doc, which you printed on 8/2/2018 14:37:31 PM, will be charged with the amount of 0.03.


Please contact the Technology Service Desk at (336) 278-5200.


This message was automatically generated by the Canon uniFLOW system. Please do not respond to this message. The response address is not monitored

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