Any uncoated paper (without the “plastic” coating found in photo papers and magazines) can be used for printing in inkjet printers. However, results vary massively: because inkjet is a liquid technology, it affects the paper more than (dry) toner used in laser printing. We therefore recommend you use a better quality, higher grammage paper, such as Navigator Expression 90 g/m2 and above, which resists waviness in the sheet and prevents show-through. In addition, you’ll be able to print in lower quality settings, therefore saving ink.
When you consider that inkjet ink is five times more expensive per liter than vintage champagne, it’s definitely not worth using cheap paper for it.