Re: Out of Gamut ?
What I do if I have an out of gamut paper (I use Photoshop) is a quick trick. I just convert the paper to CMYK under "images", then convert it right back to RGB. This pretty much takes care of it. I do find the colours you're talking about are ones that are most common to being out of gamut. Try that though. Printer's can print the colours if they're out of gamut, but you can't guarantee the colour is going to be what you thought.