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Hi :)
That looks right too.  Don't worry about advocating for Cannon.  If you find something works it 
doesn't seem bad to say so, especially on mailing lists where other people can chip in with their 
thoughts/recommendations.  It's not like telephone support where no-one else can comment about your 
suggestions and the whole "conflict of interests" or dubious motives might be a factor.  It was 
interesting to see the link didn't work but scrolling down got there.  For some reason that give me 
more confidence than a website that is too perfect.  

If i can go back to my boss with 2 or 3 manufacturers and recommendations from the list it's good 
for me.  

Mieszko's might even help me fix our current Oki and Ricoh printers which would be a double-plus in 
my favour.  
Thanks and regards from 
Tom :)  

From: Luuk <>
Sent: Friday, 7 June 2013, 13:33
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: printers compatible with Gnu&Linux

On 07-06-2013 14:27, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
Thanks :)  Cannon have a reasonably good reputation but Hewlett Packard have much better but all 
that seems to be for small printers that are meant to be run for 1 or maybe 2 desktops.  I'm 
really looking for something a lot more scaled up, to be run on a network of only about 20 
desktops right now but possibly a whole lot more later on.
Regards from
Tom :)

This is not for 1, maybe 2 desktops:

and.... i'm not working for Canon, and i seem to be advertising them 
here...... hmmmmm where did that come from .....  ;)

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