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Printing attachments from your SGUL email

This option allows SGUL staff and students to easily print email attachments by sending them to


  • Jobs will only print in black and white.
  • There is currently no option to print the content of the email, you can only print the attachments.

Sending printing using your email account - SGUL staff and student only

  1. Go to and log into your email account with your SGUL username and password.
  2. Compose a new email.
  3. Select the paperclip icon to attach the files that you wish to print and send to
  4. Note: You may be given the option of 'attach as a copy' or attach as a one drive file'. Please choose attach as a copy.Select the paperclip icon to attach files
  5. You’ll receive an email from Papercut. It will either tell you that your printing has been processed, or if it has been unsuccessful if you have attached an unsupported type of document.
  6. Pick up from the any networked printer


You can also forward an email with attachments to


Locating files to attach when using a mobile device

When using the web version of Outlook on your mobile device, it may only give you the option to pick a file from OneDrive or from your picture gallery.

There are three options to get around this:

  1. Download the Outlook app: this enables you to attach a file from more folders on your device.
  2. Email the attachments from a personal email account to your SGUL email account, and then forward this email with attachments to
  3. Save your files in OneDrive first and then pick files from there to download.

What files can I send to print?

  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Powerpoint - it will print one slide per page.
  • Microsoft Word
  • PDF
  • Common picture files: gif, bmp, jpeg, png, tif