I have a system running (in a much smaller installation) which consists
of a daemon running on a Debian server which monitors a specified
directory for incoming scans, and processes each scan in a different way
depending on the structure of its filename. For example, if the filename
contains a user identifier, it could look up the user's email address
and mail the scan file.
If you can find a way to have the scanners include unique identifiers
for up to 500 users in the filenames, something like the above might be
> Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2011 15:44:41 +0100
> From: Pete McEvoy <pete at yerma.org>
> Subject: [ILUG] Scan to email
> To: Irish Linux Users Group <ilug at linux.ie>
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> I'd like to provide a scan to email function for 500 or so users and
> wondered if anyone knows any software that would facilitate this.
> Currently we have kyocera scanners/printers that scan to tiff/pdf but
> these only allow us to store up to 100 email addresses.
>> If anyone has any experience with something like this I'd love to hear about it.
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