Bummer - that could be used to trigger a process to send an e-mail. . .they do not throw any message in console
You might talk with the people who do admin for the remote systems and see if something could be detected on the remote system and generate a message from there.They are remote printers..
You might implement something that checks printer status and sends an e-mail when this happens.The printer status goes to either edrained status or wconnect status.
You might implement something that will send an e-mail if a job is "printing" for too long a time. . .The output remains in the queue showing printing.
,,You might implement something that checks printer status and sends an e-mail when this happens.,,