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Automatic Testing of E-mail Messaging via USB

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000131181D
Publication Date: 2005-Nov-09
Document File: 1 page(s) / 25K

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Abstract

After connecting a mobile device to desktop software via USB, we can get e-mail message (.pid) files from the device and compare them to the mail client data or mail store using an automatic program. If we can use automatic testing to test e-mail messaging, it will save a lot of work and time. The key problem is that after a device receives an e-mail, how do we compare its content with the mail store or mail client? Apparently, desktop software can get individual e-mails from a device according to an index. So, we can write scripts to compare this e-mail with the mail client the according to this index.

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EMAIL USB TESTING

Automatic Testing of E-mail Messaging via USB

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After connecting a mobile device to desktop software via USB, we can get e-mail message (.pid) files from the device and compare them to the mail client data or mail store using an automatic program.

If we can use automatic testing to test e-mail messaging, it will save a lot of work and time. The key problem is that after a device receives an e-mail, how do we compare its content with the mail store or mail client?

Apparently, desktop software can get individual e-mails from a device according to an index. So, we can write scripts to compare this e-mail with the mail client the according to this index.