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Scanning documents to an Email

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Hi all,

Can someone explain the process for scanning documents to an email.  I have Ricoh printer/scanner, Exchange 2010 SP3 and OUtlook 2010.  When a document is being scanned, what is the process.  Where does it get the time stamp from

We have a situation where couple of our scanners have different time stamp in the header and different one in the body.  I am trying to understand the process.

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It should get the time stamp from each device (printer/scanner)
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There is one TimeStamp on the doc thats from the Scanner and on the email is the TimeStamp thats printed by the Exchange\Other servers from where the email flows till its delivered to your MailboxServer

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