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.TH lpmove 8 "Common UNIX Printing System" "23 January 2001" "Easy Software Products"
lpmove \- move a job to a new destination
.B lpmove
[ -E ]
.I job destination
\fBlpmove\fR moves the specified \fIjob\fR to \fIdestination\fR. \fIjob\fR
can be the job ID number or the old destination and job ID:

     lpmove 123 newprinter
     lpmove oldprinter-123 newprinter
The \fI-E\fR option forces encryption when connecting to the server.
The System V version of this command also allows moving of all jobs from one
queue to another. This functionality is currently not supported by CUPS.
cancel(1), lp(1),
CUPS Software Users Manual,
Copyright 1993-2005 by Easy Software Products, All Rights Reserved.
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