CUPS 8.0 is released and you can run it. Unfortunately the CUPC 7.x client is still so feature lacking that it is not worth deploying CUPS 8.0 until
the new client is released.
The new client is nice though. It's looks about 10 years newer...
Bill was right. It's like buying a toy car without batteries.
I still don't understand why Cisco release CUPS 8 while CUPC 8 is not ready.
Maybe Cisco thought some customers would use 3rd-party XMPP clients with CUPS 8 or use CUPC 7 with CUPS 8 to get the "Message Archiving" feature.
So any more word on the CUPC 8.0 release? We are almost commited to a large MOC roll out and I would like to give them CUPS and CUPC as an option.
It's June the 30th!!!
Any word please? We're seriously under pressure from the customers who are beginning to believe CUPC is just a mythical beast.