It is a virtual e-mail system that aggregates e-mail messages from a set of user's online mailboxes. Using the system, a user with large number of e-mail messages can perform detailed multi-level sort, accurate search and dynamic and multi-view re-categori
It is a virtual e-mail system that aggregates e-mail messages from a set of user's online mailboxes. Using the system, a user with large number of e-mail messages can perform detailed multi-level sort, accurate search and dynamic and multi-view re-categorization of his/her e-mail messages.
This product integrates and makes use of several of our breakthrough technologies developed by the company, including but not limited to, e.g., those ones related to globalization, database and documentation, to provide user with further reaching message aggregation scope, increased organizational capabilities and improved usage experience.
Supported. The system supports multiple languages, including its user's manual. It will automatically choose languages that a user's system is running under. This default behavior can be changed in the configuration file to run under other languages as well.
Supported.The system combines e-mail messages from a group of remote accounts locally into a virtual one.
Supported.For those who needs it, different e-mail account groups can be saved to and reloaded from setting files. Examples are "personal group" and "work group".
Supported.A user loads password for his/her accounts using a master password that is used only locally. The system allows a user to set different password for each mailbox and to change them often.
Supported.Most of the current computers have multi-cores. In contrast to most old visual programs, the system is desinged to utilize all of them.
Supported.The system has an online service that provides common mailbox setup parameters for a list of better known e-mail service providers. The list will grow as more e-mail provider are added in the futuer. For these known services, a user needs only to specify his/her login user name and password before starting downloading his/her e-mail messages.
Supported.The system can provide specific and multilingual help information depending on a user's processing context.
Supported.A user's e-mail messages can be sorted and then paged according to any combination of it's attributes using our breakthrough technologies. This kind of functionality is not available in most of the moderately priced, let alone free ones, user interface systems on the market.
Supported.A user's e-mail messages can be filtered by supplying an arbitrary filtering expression based on its attributes and then paged accordingly using our breakthrough technologies. This kind of functionality is not available in most of the moderately priced, let alone free ones, user interface systems on the market.
Supported.The system provide input intelligence when user is formatting sorting or filtering expressions. The minimun keys a user need to use most are up, down and right arrow keys to select from a menu. It minimizes the learning curve, eliminates syntax error and increases input speed.
Extended but currently partiallySupported.The present version of the system does not contain a buildin indexing functionality yet but the keyword search is supported by the underlying system. Keyword search requests can be combined with other filtering requests mentioned above in an arbitrary logic expression to allow much more detailed search. In a future release of the system, indexing of e-mail messages will be enabled.
Supported.The system allows user to perform batch operations on a collection of selected e-mail messages, including a message's original (remote) copy or a local copy or both.
Supported.A lot of e-mail messages belong to a sequence of dialogues but the current e-mail message presentation systems, including all of the "better known" ones, are not capable of displaying such information. The present system can display such information in a dialogue tree for some service providers (e.g., Gmail) where such information can be extracted, like those a user found in some of the online forum. In a future release of the system, such information will be kept within the system itself.