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Hi all, I am currently having an issue with the searchability of documents when using the Scansnap Cloud service. I am currently using an Scansnap ix500 scanner. WHEN I DO USE SCANSNAP CLOUD (WIRELESS) Currently, I have Scansnap Cloud set up such that all documents go straight to Evernote (as can be seen in the first attached picture). However, when the documents arrive in Evernote, they are not searchable/OCR'd. WHEN I DON"T USE SCANSNAP CLOUD (WIRED) When I have a wired connection and send the documents to Evernote through Scansnap's "quick menu" (from the included software CD - see the second attached picture), the documents arrive in Evernote and are indeed searchable (OCR'd). Why am I having this issue? At first, I though that the WIRED option runs the OCR on my computer and THEN sends it to Evernote (whereas under the WIRELESS option there may be no OCR on the Scansnap Cloud server side before it is sent to Evernote). However, doesn't Evernote have OCR capabilities on their end as well (and so it shouldn't matter whether the document has been "pre OCR'd" before arriving)? Or is OCR only a premium feature?
We ordered a new Scanner when Evernote tech support and I determined the first one we got wouldn't connect wirelessly. New scanner has exact same issue. Scanner works fine via USB. Whne it connects to our network it then becomes invisible to my Macbook. Only works connected. Scansnap application keeps shutting itself down once scanner is connected to the network. Nice bright green light with an active good IP. When I run diag, application says connection to the wan is fine. I ran through all of the usual install, un-install, stood on my head, aluminum foil hats and cursing but none of those worked. Is it possible that the scanner just isn't going to work wirelessly with my computer? BTW OSX 10.8.5
I finally bought the HP PhotoSmart 6520 for 149.9€ with a reimbursement of 40€ which yieleds 109.9€ (up to 31-oct-2012). There were cheaper, perfectly capable options, such as the Canon PIXMA MG4250, but I settled with this one as is very new, the price with the reimbursement was nice, the large (6" I think) LCD screen, the web apps and the eprint capability. Thanks everybofy, Cheers! Juan Carlos--- (Edited for improved clarity) I'm looking for a scanner. I did my homework looking other threads, but didn't found what I'm looking for. MAIN DRIVER: I'll basically use this to wirelessly scan to Evernote without a computer: the scanner shall be able to mail scanned docs via my wifi router to Evernote. SECONDARY: I occasionally will print some docs or photos, that's why I'm thinking on an all-in-one scanner and printer. SECONDARY: An LCD panel is required, unless you convince me on the contrary. DON'T NEEDED: I don't need portability: the machine will always be on a table at my home. I move my laptop around, that's why the scanner will not be fixed to any computer. NICE TO HAVE: I have iOS devices, so AirPrint compatibility is a plus. NICE TO HAVE: Double-side scanning is another plus, although I don't really believe I'll miss that should it only perform one-side scanning. CONSTRAINT: And finally, I'm aiming to the 100€/130$ price tag. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. Cheers! Juan Carlos--- CURRENT CANDIDATES Epson Stylus SX445W HP Deskjet 3050A Canon PIXMA MG4250
I have the Evernote Scansnap. Running Mac 10.9 OSX. Wireless connection sets up according to instruction. When I remove the USB cable, as instructed, and scan wirelessly for the first time, the wireless connection is lost every time. Help!