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A method to prevent personal eMail entry from routing to persons outide sender specified group

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000198191D
Publication Date: 2010-Jul-29
Document File: 1 page(s) / 32K

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Abstract

With the development of information technology, eMail system has been acting as more important role in communication and collaboration. But we still meet some scenarios as below sometimes:

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A method to prevent personal eMail entry from routing to persons outide sender specified group

We give a simple way based on current mail system to provide the end user with the ability to prevent his mail content from routing to the persons he doesn't want. Each user can add a mark to indicate his part can not be routed to other person when he creates a new mail or replies a existing mail. Mail system will check this mark when routing the mail. For the part on which users added this kind of mark, server will delete it before routing if server find this receiver is not in the list of this part. For those parts on which users didn't add the mark, server will go on routing them even if the receiver is not in the list.

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