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"By keywords" comparison feature highlights common and unique keywords, allowing to compare non-related files.
Word-by-word comparison compares files with a common ancestor.
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ocr .net components
Text Searchable tif images
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Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
JSoft Mail is a DNS email list manager, designed to handle your in-house mailing and subscription lists.
Supporting as many mailing lists as you may want or need, each list can consist of 65,000 names and email addresses. Features a never-send list, so if someone asks to be removed they will never be sent an email through JSoft Mail again. When lists are imported to do a mailing, they are filtered against a duplicate and never-send list, giving you a clean mailing list so you don't waste your ISP's resources. Mail messages can be created within JSoft Mail and stored for future reference, making it ideal for those who send out periodical newsletters or information to their in-house subscription lists. Messages also support merge text so it's easy to send a personalized mailing with a minimum of fuss.
Mail Central makes doing a mailing is as easy as one, two and click. Select your mailing list, select your message and click on start. Using it's own built in SMTP Relay Server allows JSoft Mail to send out 100 emails at a time (depending on your bandwidth). Watch the mailout statistics update in real time during the mailing.
Simple to use, yet powerful, but the best part is that you can download it once and use it for a lifetime.
Compare Suite: http://www.comparesuite.com/cmp_suite.exe
JSoft Mail: http://www.jsoftconsulting.com/download/jsm93100.exe
Tiff to Text is designed to perform Optical Character Recognition (OCR) in a batch process. The program utilizes the OCR engine from Nuance (Owners of OMNI Page - formally ScanSoft) that is included with Microsoft Office Document Imaging (MODI). Without question this OCR engine is one of the five best in the World, and is available in different languages. If English is not the language to be used the setup will prompt the user for the location of MODI.
With Tiff to Text the user has the option of processing all of the tif images in a file folder as well as all subfolders that contain tif images. The output will be a matching file folder structure with either the tif image along with a matching text file created from the OCR or just the text file.
Tiff to Text is easy to setup as the user only has to enter the input folder and output folder along with some simple choices
Required Setup information:
• Include Sub Directories – this will OCR all the tif images in the Sub Directories of the root
• Duplicate Folder Structure – this makes a matching output file folder hierarchy of the OCR’d images, if not selected all output files will be placed in the output root.
• Display Status – allows the user to see what file is being OCR’d
• Output Text File Only – just creates a matching text file from the OCR contents
• Delete Original Tiff image – Deletes the file that was processed
• Standard Output – Normal OCR text file
• Upper Case – All of the OCR text is converted to Upper Case
• Lower Case - All of the OCR text is converted to Lower Case
• Strict ASCII – Only outputs the OCR text that contains character codes between 0 – 127
• Printable ASCII – Only outputs the OCR text that contains character codes 10, (line feed), 13 (Carriage Return) and codes 32 to 126
• Custom - the user can input a string of character codes to be returned from the OCR such as 10, 13, 48-57 which would just output the numbers contained within the tif image.
Tiff to Text: http://www.edocfile.com/downloads/Setup_Tiff_to_Text.exe
File by OCR: http://www.edocfile.info/downloads/Setup_file_by_ocr.exe
File by OCR automatically names files and places them in a file folder structure based on the documents OCR text contents. It can extract text from a searchable PDF and name and file it, or it can extract the OCR text and build a csv file. File by OCR uses Optical Character Recognition on the entire document and then parses the data contents, allowing the user to easily capture and extract data from multi-page documents and documents of various lengths such as sales receipts.
All processing of documents is done in a batch process after scanning, allowing a user to move on to something else while the OCR process is being carried out.
File by OCR has the capability to monitor an unlimited number of file folders that contain different document types to be processed, making it ideal for use with a copier that has a scan to file option. The program also supports Twain Scanners and has an easy to use interface that correctly places the file in the correct folder for processing.
When setting the program up the user should take into consideration that OCR technology is not 100 percent accurate and capture enough data so that they can be assured that if the document is not found on the first search it can be found on a subsequent search, or review the files after they have been processed for any errors in the data capture. If possible the user should consider formatting their documents so that mission critical data is placed on the document in large characters using an OCR font.