"scan automatically" shouldn't supersede "warn about oversize scans"

Ryan Romie Littrell shared this idea 6 months ago
UNDER CONSIDERATION

Scan automatically is great, but I never know when some junkmail will nuke my monthly allowance. Please have the setting to warn about oversize scans take precedence over the scan automatically option. Thanks!

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Hi Ryan,

I highly recommend being on the Extended Plan to give you more flexibility. I typically don't recommend auto open and scan to be turned on if you are on the Basic Plan. We find that customers who usually see overages are due to them being on the Basic Plan.

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Hi Ryan,

I highly recommend being on the Extended Plan to give you more flexibility. I typically don't recommend auto open and scan to be turned on if you are on the Basic Plan. We find that customers who usually see overages are due to them being on the Basic Plan.

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Hi Travis, I'm at the right level for my volume. I'm simply suggesting a more appropriate processing order. Currently, the oversize warning option does nothing if you have the autoscan option on. I think it should be functional in general, and both on would personally be my ideal settings

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I second Ryan's comment. I got a packet of 43 pages. Killed my monthly scan allowance. Usually, my mail is 1 page. There should be an approval process for anything over 5 pages,

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Hi Josh,

Please see my answer below regarding this.

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