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Most appropriate mail recipient intended list to be prompted, based on text parsing and analysis of recipient names referred in the subject or the mail body.

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000240299D
Publication Date: 2015-Jan-21
Document File: 3 page(s) / 40K

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Abstract

Disclosed is a mechanism for prompting the most appropriate mail recipient list, based on text parsing and analysis of recipient names referred in the subject or the mail body

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Most appropriate mail recipient intended list to be prompted , based on text parsing and analysis of recipient names referred in the subject or the mail body .

Overview:

A common mode of communication in today's world is email. And now lets look at the mechanism of writing email. Some people start writing the email by adding the recipients first and then move on on to add the subject and body of the email. But most the people follow the approach of adding the subject or body of the email first and then adding the list of recipients in 'to', 'cc', or 'bcc' section. The second approach is more popular as it minimizes the risk of sending incomplete emails to the the recipients.

In the second case post addition of the subject or the body, the user has to click on the 'to' list and type in the name / email address of the person whom the mail needs to be sent. In today's era this has been slightly eased with look forward search where as the user keeps typing the name, the matching names filtered list is displayed from the address book or any address database.

Here the problem is that user has to type the name of the recipient in the 'to', 'cc' and 'bcc' list. Here an additional solution is required for the mailing systems to be able to pick up the names from the body and subject, and display the probable list of recipients in the respective 'to', 'cc' and 'bcc' sections without user typing in user names/email address in the respective sections.

Solution:

Most appropriate mail recipient intended list to be prompted, based on text parsing and analysis of recipient names referred in the subject or the mail body

The advantages of this approach would be :

The advantages of this approach are:


User is prompted with the most probable list of recipients, saves user effort and time of him typing is recipient's name
Classifies recipients in 'to', 'cc' and 'bcc' categories for addition to intended category.

Enable user group names to be prompted too based on the mail body text parsed
Capture frequency of mails sent to recipients and based on it prompting users with the most frequent names on top of the intended recipient list

Implementation Mechanism:

User would add text in the subject and body section of the email.

As text is...