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DOCUMENT RENDERING FOR EFFICIENT BANDWIDTH AND POWER USAGE

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000126818D
Publication Date: 2005-Aug-12
Document File: 1 page(s) / 21K

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Abstract

Users have been enabled to view attachments through a server based rendering system. Additionally, users have been enabled to efficiently forward attachments by storing them on the server. Memory capacity of inventor’s devices is increasing, especially with expandable memory via removable flash cards. Functionality will be provided to allow the user to store files in the extra memory space through transports such as USB. When the user copies a file to the device, a rendered version is simultaneously created and copied to the device. A copy of the file is also stored on the mail server. When the user wants to view a file stored on the device, the rendered copy is used. The copy stored on the mail server could be viewed via a server-based rendering mechanism. If the user wishes to send a file stored on the device through e-mail, the copy stored on the mail server could be used. Files copied to the device from a system not running on the device synchronization software would be flagged so that the next time the device was synchronized, a rendered version would be generated and a copy stored on the mail server.

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DOCUMENT RENDERING FOR EFFICIENT BANDWIDTH AND POWER USAGE

Disclosed Anonymously

Users have been enabled to view attachments through a server based rendering system.  Additionally, users have been enabled to efficiently forward attachments by storing them on the server. 

Memory capacity of inventor’s devices is increasing, especially with expandable memory via removable flash cards.  Functionality will be provided to allow the user to store files in the extra memory space through transports such as USB. 

When the user copies a file to the device, a rendered version is simultaneously created and copied to the device.  A copy of the file is also stored on the mail server.  When the user wants to view a file stored on the device, the rendered copy is used.  The copy stored on the mail server could be viewed via a server-based rendering mechanism.  If the user wishes to send a file stored on the device through e-mail, the copy stored on the mail server could be used. 

Files copied to the device from a system not running on the device synchronization software would be flagged so that the next time the device was synchronized, a rendered version would be generated and a copy stored on the mail server.