My Canon scanner (connected via USB) has a print-button that - if pressed - scans and directly prints. At least, it did or should do, but I vaguely remember there were issues so I don't use it any more.
But, of course, that needs a driver installed that 'listens' to the USB-port (like it happens with the mouse and the keyboard) and when the right signal comes in, starts an application that does everything.
So this would need a driver or a service that continually 'listens' to the wifi and does something if it receives the right signal from the scanner. And that something should be smart enough to do what you want (for example, find a random email address in your address and sent the scan as an attachment to that address after converting the bitmap to a gif-picture).
If Samsung doesn't have such driver or service, I think it's best to forget it. What does the manual say?
I purchased a CLX4195FW recently after reading that it supports "scan to network". I'd like to be able to go to the scanner, put the paper in and hit scan to x (email, network) and have the documents scanned and saved on a samba share on linux. This should work without having to open a specific application on the PC first.
Now I think I have worked out that this printer does not support this natively but somehow scans over wifi if the client triggers the job. My question is: How can I enable the scanner initiated scan and store anyway? (e.g. via an email workaround or maybe with a constantlly running daemon on the linux server, a printer telnet hack etc. - If the printer supports it natively even better).
Any help would be appreciated.