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Topic # 145513 20-May-2014 11:45
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My old brother mfc will only scan to a computer of email without ssl and is now noisy.

I have seen some mfcs with apps to support evernote and some others but I just want to choose a folder in my Google drive or dropbox when scanning.

Also the scan to email doesn't do ssl or starttls on the one I have which I kinda need if I'm to use my domain email on it.

Any suggestions? Printer part needs to be laser and b & w is fine.




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  Reply # 1048794 20-May-2014 13:35
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Epson DS-510. You can buy it from Amazon as well. Supports OneNote, Evernote, Google Drive etc. This is a stand alone scanner btw.




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  Reply # 1049809 20-May-2014 14:50
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billgates: Epson DS-510. You can buy it from Amazon as well. Supports OneNote, Evernote, Google Drive etc. This is a stand alone scanner btw.

Too bad no wifi/network connectivity well it mentions "optional" network interface.



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  Reply # 1050072 20-May-2014 20:22
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Looks like it may do the trick. Is it only sheetfed or is there a flatbed too? A majority will be thermal receipts which don't feed that well and jam a lot.




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