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You could add a step that calls a script to copy the PDF to the printer. For email or fax it depends on your setup - e.g. you could again use a script to copy the PDF to a collector directory for your fax or email software, or email the PDF as an attachment.
I have read Tammy's message, but beware on this as I have tried this with Adobe Output Manager.
When you copy a PDF to a printer, then it is the PDF code that is printed. In otherwords the output will be the PDF code and not the PDF document.
If you print a document to a printer (PCL) then it uses the PCL code or Postscript in the case of Postscript Printers.
There are a number of switches that you can use, to print a document to a printer using Adobe Acrobate Reader.
I will dig them out and post them to this site.
I believe that HP have software called PDFDirect which enables direct copying of PDFs to printers.