Find Faxes Faster with Native Searchable PDFs
OpenText RightFax 10.6 offers a new file format called "Searchable PDF" which as its name implies creates a searchable portable document file (PDF) after applying an OCR procedure on the captured fax. Once optically recognized, indexed and stored, the fax is able to be searched more accurately.
Once recognized the faxes can be sent to an email gateway (e.g., SMTP, Exchange or Lotus), a network folder (where it can be searched), or directly to the RightFax XML Generator for integration into other Content Management Systems, or any applications that can ingest XML data, including numerous multi-function products (MFPs).
Applies OCR to incoming faxes, converts to a searchable PDF
Delivers faxes with searchable content as PDF files
Sends faxes a searchable PDFs from MFPs and XML Generator.
Faxes are sorted with searchable content
Inbound faxes are captured and converted to a searchable PDF file.
Conversion process can be run remotely for optimal load balancing and availability
Delivers OCR results to either a Network Folder, Email, or a Network MFP
Users can view the PDF file embedded with the original fax image file (TIFF)
Optionally integrates with RightFax XML Generator for integration to other applications or MFPs
iFilter indexing plug-in is used to create the PDF index
Desktop searches can be performed by anyone with a typical desktop search engine
Search engines look for a match within an index
Reduces manual processing
Streamlines workflow efficiency
Leverages existing IT investments
Improves worker productivity
Reduce risk associated with document handling requirements