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A system to parse a message and send it in parts for the benefit of both the receiver and sender

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000199098D
Publication Date: 2010-Aug-25
Document File: 1 page(s) / 18K

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Disclosed is a system to parse a message and send it in parts for the benefit of both the receiver and sender

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A system to parse a message and send it in parts for the benefit of both the receiver and sender

Email systems are considered a fast, secure, communication tool to swap information and data over the internet, because email is so popular and widely used each user can receive an abundance of email messages every day. Unfortunately, some senders of messages include multiple topics within the body of one message. The problem with receiving this complex message is that recipients do not always get the time to fully digest the message and end up leaving responding to the message to another time. If these emails are very long then the user browses over them not taking in the full content! It would have been better if the sender of the message had written a short message with fewer topics which might result in the recipient responding in a more timely manner.

This article describes a method to combat this issue by sending shorter emails at stretched out times, this in turn benefits both the sender and receiver

When a user tries to send too many topics in one message.. the system will recommend that the email be broken down into separate emails and recommend an adequate time delay between the sending of those messages.

How it works:

A User is sending an email to another user with the subject "Gaelic Game".. The email contains 10

pages of script describing all of the different games played in Ireland.... The system

recognizes that this email is so long that most users will...