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Several tools can help to check the risk for your emails to be qualified as SPAM.

Microsoft Smart Network Data Services (SNDS)

SNDS is a free service Microsoft offers to senders that provides high-level insight on how subscribers rate the email they receive as well as the health of an IP address as viewed by the Outlook.com system. SNDS provides data based on actual email sent to Outlook.com subscribers. The metrics include:

  • Spam complaints
  • SmartScreen filter results
  • Spam trap hits

SNDS data can help improve your understanding of how the Outlook.com filters and users rate your email: sendersupport.olc.protection.outlook.com/snds.

Mail-Tester

Free tool to check newsletter’s and email’s SPAM score and quality: mail-tester.com.

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MindProbe is a server to host online experiments. This server runs the open-source software JATOS, which is compatible with several free software packages for developing online experiments, including OpenSesame/ OSWeb, jsPsych, and Lab.JS. MindProbe is sponsored by ESCOP, with Journal of Cognition as their official journal. MindProbe is free: mindprobe.eu.

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iA Writer offers a unique writing experience that lets you concentrate and clarify your message. Its powerful interface is crafted to cut out noise, let you focus on what you want to say, and help you structure and trim your text. Available for Mac, iOS, Windows, and Android: https://ia.net/writer.

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Powerful suite of software to run entire businesses with 45+ integrated applications. With Zoho one can manage, connect, and automate business processes across whole organizations: zoho.com.

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Automated transcripts and translations in 40+ languages: https://sonix.ai/.

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Remove the document protection from Word files without knowing the actual password (doesn’t work for files with password protection to open):

  1. Open the Word file in question (doc, docx)
  2. Choose “File”, “Save File As”, and make sure the file format is set to “Rich-Text-Format (*.rtf)”. Close the file in Word (important!)
  3. Open the new Rich-Text file with a text editor (e.g. Notepad or Notepad++). You can do so by dragging and dropping it into the editor window, or choose “File”, “Open File”, and set the file format to “All files (*.*)”.
  4. Find (ctrl-f) “passwordhash” and replace the string that follows with something else (e.g. “nopassword”). Save and close the file in your text editor.
  5. Re-open the modified Rich-Text file in Word, go to “Review”, “Restrict Editing” and click on “Stop Protection” (german version: “Überprüfen” – “Bearbeitung Einschränken” – “Schutz aufheben”). Uncheck all tick-boxes.
  6. Done. You’ve unprotected your Word file without ever knowing the password.
  7. Optional: Convert your file back to its original file format by selecting “File”, “Save As”, and choosing the original file format.

from: http://www.thinkoholic.com/2015/02/16/remove-unknown-password-protected-word-files.

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Just a simple online text extractor. The text extractor allows to extract text from any image. One may upload an image or document (.pdf), from the device, a cloud storage, or an URL, and the tool will pull text from the image. Once extracted, the text can be copied to the clipboard: https://brandfolder.com/workbench/extract-text-from-image.

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