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2002.06.25 15:18 "Batch Printing programs.", by
2002.06.25 15:37 "Re: Batch Printing programs.", by Chris 'Xenon' Hanson
2002.06.25 15:55 "Re: Batch Printing programs.", by
2002.06.25 16:27 "RE: Batch Printing programs.", by Sam Gilcrist
2002.06.25 16:16 "RE: Batch Printing programs.", by Weimer, Gary
2002.06.25 16:40 "RE: Batch Printing programs.", by Jeff Urlwin
2002.06.25 21:47 "RE: Batch Printing programs.", by Gary M Hewitt
2002.06.25 16:18 "RE: Batch Printing programs.", by Luc Van Asch

2002.06.25 16:16 "RE: Batch Printing programs.", by Weimer, Gary

If I'm not mistaken, you should be able to provide a copy of the CD Images in discovery.

Most states allow for "Best evidence", unless you're under additional constraints.

From: ClicksKP@aol.com [mailto:ClicksKP@aol.com]

Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2002 11:56 AM

To: xenon@3dnature.com; ClicksKP@aol.com; tiff@olympiakos.com Subject: Re: Batch Printing programs.

In a message dated 6/25/02 11:36:07 AM, xenon@3dnature.com writes:

Hate to be obvious, but on a modern unix system with the printer properly installed, this could probably be done with one commandline.

   More info about the target system might help you find an easy solution.
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My current system is win 2000, by no means am I an IT expert... more of a research person really. I personally had not really thought of a unix system because I am working in a litigation copy service and really dont have the trained staff to be able to handle something like that with our current network. I am looking for some kind of program to do the ripping in the forefront so I can keep the printer working at close to rated speed, of 105 pages per minute.

Kevin

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