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Jeffrey A Schutzman, Eugene H Lee: Automatic electronic messaging system with feedback and work flow administration. Banyan Systems, Hale and Dorr, May 6, 1997: US05627764 (295 worldwide citation)

A rule based electronic messaging system with a facility for automatically running a user's rules under system control without need for user intervention or attendance, having a feedback mechanism which reports status relating to users automatically processed. System status reporting or feedback can ...


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Kevin C Gross, Charles J Digate, Eugene H Lee: Event-driven rule-based messaging system. Banyan Systems Incorporated, Hale and Dorr, September 1, 1998: US05802253 (171 worldwide citation)

A flexible, event driven and conditional rule based mail messaging system which can be transparently implemented for use in electronic mail applications. A rule mechanism is implemented having a "When-If-Then" event-driven, conditional, action-invoking paradigm or "triplet" which permits definition ...


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Eugene H Lee, Michael Adler, Lisa A Dalton, David A Wright: Directory with options for access to and display of email addresses. Banyan Systems, Hale and Dorr, April 21, 1998: US05742769 (154 worldwide citation)

A directory service allows a user to receive email messages from senders without requiring the user to reveal his/her email address. The directory service maintains users' email addresses but allows users to restrict the display of their email addresses. The directory service can cause a message to ...


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Dean Polnerow, James M Canon Jr, Lawrence Z Warner, Bridget A Halsey, Michael Adler: On-line directory service with registration system. Banyan Systems, Hale and Dorr, September 22, 1998: US05813006 (100 worldwide citation)

An on-line directory has a large number of records that are publicly accessible through a web site. The directory has a registration system for users. Registered users can make edits to their listings and obtain perform other services.


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Brett Joseph, Kathleen McConnell: Maintaining distribution lists in a naming service with information for routing messages to users in a network and to remote users. Banyan Systems, Hale and Dorr, June 2, 1998: US05761415 (33 worldwide citation)

A naming service maintains lists of names for receiving messages, with the names having a defined format portion for routing messages in the network. At least some names have additional routing information that is passed to another server or service for routing the messages externally, such as with ...


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Adrian T VanderSpek, Edward A Bennett, Dana M Richmond, Christopher A Ramos, Joseph V Aurelio: System bus monitor for compiling data regarding use of a system bus. Banyan Systems, Hale and Dorr, August 8, 1995: US05440722 (30 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for monitoring electrical signals within a system bus to compile statistics regarding the use of the bus by each of a plurality of circuit boards. The apparatus includes a trace memory for storing samples of the bus's electrical signals. A processor analyzes the samples to det ...


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Brett Joseph, Kathleen McConnell: Predefined access rights for undefined attributes in a naming service. Banyan Systems, Hale and Dorr, October 20, 1998: US05826010 (22 worldwide citation)

A network has a naming service with a storage device for maintaining names of objects and attributes relating to those objects. The attributes each have a numerical identification in an attribute space. The attribute space has a predetermined block of undefined attributes divided into groups, each o ...


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Vanderspek Adrian T, Bennett Edward A, Richmond Dana M, Ramos Christopher A, Aurelio Joseph V: System bus monitor for compiling data regarding use of a system bus. Banyan Systems, BEVILACQUA Michael J, February 4, 1993: WO/1993/002416

A method and apparatus for monitoring electrical signals within a system bus (18) to compile statistics regarding the use of the bus by each of a plurality of circuit boards. The apparatus includes a trace memory (34) for storing samples of the bus's electrical signals. A processing means analyzes t ...


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Joseph Brett, Mcconnell Kathleen: A naming service for maintaining lists for routing messages to users inside and outside of a network. Banyan Systems Incorporated, DIENER Michael A, June 19, 1997: WO/1997/022055

A naming service maintains lists of names (84) for receiving messages, with the names having a defined format portion (90) for routing messages in the network (60, 64). At least some names have additional routing information (92) that is passed to another server or service for routing the messages e ...