A Secured and Semantically Addressed E-Mail Service

This paper illustrates the use of semantic addresses to send emails in a corporate environment. Semantic Email Addressing (SEA) allows emails to be sent to a semantically specified recipient or group of recipients, which may be dynamically changing overtime. In order to describe the concept of SEA and its advantages, it is compared with the concept of mailing lists. Two solutions to send semantically addressed emails are presented, on one hand a client sided solution has been elaborated where the email is directly sent by the user, on the other hand, a server sided solution is also discussed, where the server sends the emails to the recipient.
Provided by: Journal of Computing Topic: Collaboration Date Added: Jun 2012 Format: PDF

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