|How do I configure SimpleIndex to scan documents?|
|How can I use barcodes or blank pages as separator pages to indicate document breaks?|
|Can SimpleIndex read barcodes off of PDF files in a folder?|
|Why are my barcodes not being recognized properly?|
|What scanners are compatible with SimpleIndex? How do I find a list?|
|How do you configure the Autofill feature?|
|Some pages in my documents have unwanted barcodes that are being read. How can I exclude these from recognition?|
|How can I configure SimpleIndex to perform bates stamping or page numbering for my images?|
|Is it possible to read OCR or Barcodes only on specific pages instead of every page?|
|What is the point of SimpleQC?|
Most digital copiers have the ability to scan a TIFF image file to a shared folder on your network. However, getting an image with a recognizable filename and index fields you can search on is usually a labor intensive, if not impossible task. SimpleIndex with SimpleCoversheet provides a way for the whole office to organize documents they scan with your existing digital copiers.
SimpleIndex uses barcodes to automate the process of tagging and filing documents. This can be accomplished by embedding barcodes in the documents when they are printed, or by using SimpleCoversheet to create barcode index pages that are encoded with the filing data.
SimpleIndex can be configured to run fully unattended as a Windows service or scheduled task. It monitors the folder for new scanned files, reads the barcodes and files them accordingly. The key values from the barcodes are used to tell SimpleIndex when a new file starts, what folder to store the document in, what to name the file and other tags to use for searching.
The advantages of this approach to scanning are: