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Kevin C Gross, Charles J Digate, Eugene H Lee: Event-driven rule-based messaging system. Beyond, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, February 1, 1994: US05283856 (441 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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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 (300 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. Beyond Corporated, Hale and Dorr, September 10, 1996: US05555346 (189 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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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 (173 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 (155 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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Eugene H Lee, Michael Adler, Lisa A Dalton, David A Wright: Directory with options for access to and display of email addresses. Switchboard, Hale and Dorr, August 22, 2000: US06108691 (107 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 ...