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Paul J Clegg, Eric C Huss, Craig Sprosts, Krishna Srinivasan, Peter Schlampp, Shun Chen, Robert Brahms, Daniel Quinlan: Managing connections, messages, and directory harvest attacks at a server. Ironport Systems, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, December 7, 2010: US07849142 (47 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for managing connections, email messages, and directory harvest attacks at a server is disclosed. The server maintains a count of a parameter and compares the count to a specified maximum value, such that when the specified maximum value is met or exceeded, an action is taken ...


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Charles S Slater, Paul J Clegg, Brennan H Evans, Peter Schlampp: Monitoring the flow of messages received at a server. Ironport Systems, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, January 11, 2011: US07870200 (18 worldwide citation)

An approach for monitoring electronic messages received at a server is disclosed. Message information for a plurality of electronic messages received at the server is determined and stored in a queue. Based on the queue, aggregate information is generated for a particular network address of a plural ...


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Paul J Clegg, Eric C Huss, Craig Sprosts, Shun Chen, Robert Brahms, Daniel Quinlan: Managing connections and messages at a server by associating different actions for both different senders and different recipients. Ironport Systems, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, January 18, 2011: US07873695 (12 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for managing connections and messages at a server by associating different actions for both different senders and different recipients is disclosed. The server manages connections from different senders by receiving incoming connections from the different senders and determini ...


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Robert Brian Harrison, Lonhyn Jasinskyj, Paul J Clegg, Ben Cottrell: Method and apparatus for providing temporary access to a network device. Ironport Systems, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, April 24, 2012: US08166310 (5 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for providing access to resources of a network device is provided. A user instructs a network device to generate a user password that is concealed from the user of the network device. The network device generates the user password based on, at least in part, public input provi ...


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Paul J Clegg, Lonhyn Jasinskyj: Managing delivery of electronic messages using bounce profiles. Ironport Systems, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, March 29, 2011: US07917588 (4 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for managing the delivery of electronic messages using bounce profiles is provided. A bounce profile is a set of data that may be used by a mail server in redelivering an electronic message that was not successfully delivered (i.e., bounced) to a recipient of an electronic mes ...


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Robert Brian Harrison, Lonhyn Jasinskyj, Paul J Clegg, Ben Cottrell: Method and apparatus for providing temporary access to a network device. Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, December 1, 2005: US20050268345-A1

A method and apparatus for providing access to resources of a network device is provided. A user instructs a network device to generate a user password that is concealed from the user of the network device. The network device generates the user password based on, at least in part, public input provi ...


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Paul J Clegg, Lonhyn Jasinskyj: Method and apparatus for destination domain-based bounce profiles. Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, December 1, 2005: US20050265319-A1

A method and apparatus for managing the delivery of electronic messages using bounce profiles is provided. A bounce profile is a set of data that may be used by a mail server in redelivering an electronic message that was not successfully delivered (i.e., bounced) to a recipient of an electronic mes ...


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Paul J Clegg, Eric C Huss, Craig Sprosts, Shun Chen, Robert Brahms, Daniel Quinlan: Managing connections and messages at a server by associating different actions for both different senders and different recipients. Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, January 12, 2006: US20060010215-A1

A method and apparatus for managing connections and messages at a server by associating different actions for both different senders and different recipients is disclosed. The server manages connections from different senders by receiving incoming connections from the different senders and determini ...


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Charles S Slater, Paul J Clegg, Brennan H Evans, Peter Schlampp: Monitoring the flow of messages received at a server. Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, March 16, 2006: US20060059238-A1

An approach for monitoring electronic messages received at a server is disclosed. Message information for a plurality of electronic messages received at the server: is determined and stored in a queue. Based on the queue, aggregate information is generated for a particular network address of a plura ...


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Paul J Clegg, Eric C Huss, Craig Sprosts, Krishna Srinivasan, Peter Schlampp, Shun Chen, Robert Brahms, Daniel Quinlan: Managing connections, messages, and directory harvest attacks at a server. Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, February 9, 2006: US20060031359-A1

A method and apparatus for managing connections, email messages, and directory harvest attacks at a server is disclosed. The server maintains a count of a parameter and compares the count to a specified maximum value, such that when the specified maximum value is met or exceeded, an action is taken ...