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Need a pdf writer that connects to Kyocera 2530 scanner over the network and accepts twain scans

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Need a pdf writer that connects to Kyocera 2530 scanner over the network and accepts twain scans much in a way like Microsoft Word up to 2000.
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Toshiba has a program called re-rite that runs on a PC and has watched folders for different file types such as PDF DOC XLS CSV HTML in which a scanned TIFF image scanned into one of these watched folders is processed with OCR and converted to the corresponding file fomat. Works very well with Toshiba MFPs and is expensive. Another option would be to use Adobe's acrobat distiller that you use like a print driver that prints to a file and saves it as PDF.
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jrtec earned 250 total points
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Here is solution that is  cheap
http://www.softi.co.uk/scantopdf.htm
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