[tabi] Re: comcast made a TABI message into spam!

  • From: "Elizabeth S. Bowden" <ebowden@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2010 08:31:54 -0500

Serotek Introduces DocuScan Plusok, I know the Nettally one is not a good idea, 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Allison and Chip Orange 
  To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2010 8:19 AM
  Subject: [tabi] Re: comcast made a TABI message into spam!

  for many people, dealing with the comcast spam filter is probably pretty 
difficult, so this may be the best way (just to disable it).

  The spam filters though available to the ISPs are generally worlds better 
than what's available to end users on their pc; but if you don't get much spam, 
it probably doesn't make much difference.  if you've had the same email address 
though for years, as we have, we get a lot of spam, and it does make a 
difference to have comcast do some of the filtering. 


  From: tabi-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tabi-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf 
Of Elizabeth S. Bowden
  Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2010 8:10 AM
  To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  Subject: [tabi] Re: comcast made a TABI message into spam!

  or you can disable spam on the comcast end, and do it yourself?
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Allison and Chip Orange 
    To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
    Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2010 8:08 AM
    Subject: [tabi] comcast made a TABI message into spam!

    Hi all,

    just an fyi that the comcast spam filter took the message from Betsy 
recently (on the new scanning product from Serotek), and put it in my spam 
folder there.

    in order not to miss any TABI messages, you may want to go into your spam 
folder on comcast, and tell it this is not a spam message.

    the message is below.



    From: tabi-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tabi-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Betsy
    Sent: Wednesday, November 24, 2010 9:47 PM
    To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
    Subject: [tabi] Fw: Serotek Introduces DocuScan Plus

    Thought some might find this interesting.

    Serotek Corporation, the leading provider of accessible multi platform and 
cloud-based solutions which can be accessed from anywhere, is proud to announce 
the release of DocuScan Plus. This innovative software allows persons to scan 
and read documents from any computer with an attached Twain-compliant scanner,  
sound card and internet connection. 

    Serotek's DocuScan Plus offers high-quality optical character recognition, 
(OCR), to convert the printed page in to text.  This self-voicing application 
can read both printed pages from a Twain-compliant scanner, as well as many 
types of PDF files, including those containing text and those containing only 
images.  The software also supports scanners with duplex and ADF (automatic 
document feeder) capabilities.    DocuScan Plus can convert scanned documents 
in to MP3 audio files for playback on many portable devices, and the software 
can even convert scanned materials in to the popular DAISY format.  For Low 
Vision users, DocuScan Plus also offers a full Screen Magnifier for the reading 
of scanned text. This magnification option, when combined with the self voicing 
features of DocuScan Plus, allows documents to be comfortably read from the 
screen as well as via text-to-speech.  Materials can also be saved in Large 
Print. In this way, documents can be scanned, printed, and shared with friends 
or viewed offline under a Video magnifier.  

    "We wanted to create an affordable application that really took in to 
account the way we access the printed word in the 21st century.", said Mike 
Calvo, CEO. "We don't spend all our time on one computer, or even one device 
anymore, so why should we  be using software based on that model?  When we make 
a product like this, with a feature set that's useful to people with a wide 
variety of disabilities,and it's just as easy to use from the classroom 
computer as it is from home, we believe it has the potential to open a lot of 
doors that have remained closed until now."  

    The DocuScan Plus software can be used as an installed program from your 
personal computer, or it can be accessed from any computer simply by visiting 
http://www.DocuScanPlus.com.  The program may be purchased for only $299, or 
less than one third of the cost of < /span>

    other scanning solutions. 

    Other features included are:

    Braille Conversion: DocuScan Plus contains Braille translation options, 
allowing you to convert your scanned pages and PDF files into a variety of 
different braille formats based on the specific translation table you choose.  

    Save To Kindle: Wirelessly Transfer scanned documents to the Amazon Kindle 
for reading on the go using the Kindle's built in text to speech function.

    Export Scanned Text: Save documents and materials to a computer or portable 
DAISY player for offline reading.

    Encrypted Online Storage: Save documents securely to the cloud and retrieve 
them from anywhere. 

    Additional Synthesizer Support: Choose from a variety of synthesizers for 
use with this self-voicing application. 

    Additional Support For Mobile Platforms: DocuScan Plus will support some 
external camera and mobile phone platforms. This functionality will come free 
with DocuScan Plus and it is currently scheduled for release in the first 
quarter of 2011.

    DocuScan Plus may be used independently of any other Serotek software. The 
application  can allow persons to read the printed page with any Windows-based 
computer, regardless of whether any access technology has been installed or is 
currently running.  

    For more information, please call Serotek Corporation at (612) 246-4818, or 
email us at sales@xxxxxxxxxxxx 

    Visit the official DocuScan Plus web site at http://www.DocuScanplus.com

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