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Mendez et al.
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SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SECURELY
SYNCHRONIZING MULTIPLE COPIES OF A
WORKSPACE ELEMENT IN A NETWORK
[75] Inventors:
Daniel
J. Mendez,
Mountain
[73] Assignee:
Filed:
C. Ying,
Jul. 1995.
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Pvimavy Examiner
Assistant Examiner
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Wayne Amsbury
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Shahid Alam
Attorney, Agent, or Firm
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client site for operating within a first firewall and for
examining first version information to determine whether a
first workspace element has been modified. The system
further includes a synchronization agent at a global server
for operating outside the first firewall and for forwarding to
the general synchronization
module second version information which indicates whether an independentlymodifiable copy of the first workspace element has been
modified. A synchronization-start
module is maintained at
the client site for operating within the first firewall and for
securely initiating the general synchronization module and
the synchronization agent when predetermined criteria have
been satisfied. The system further includes means for generating a preferred version from the first workspace element
and from the copy by comparing the first version information and the second version information, and means for
storing the preferred version at the first store and at the
second store.
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SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SECURELY
SYNCHRONIZING MULTIPLE COPIES OF A
WORKSPACE ELEMENT IN A NETWORK
CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED
APPLICATIONS
This application is related to co-pending patent application entitled "System and Method for Globally Accessing
Computer Services, Ser. No. OS/766, 307, now pending,
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filed on Dec. 13, 1996, by inventors Mark D. Riggins, R.
Stanley Bailes, Hong Q. Bui, David J. Cowan, Daniel J.
Mendez, Mason Ng, Sean Michael Quinlan, Prasad Wagle,
Christine C. Ying, Christopher R. Zuleeg and Joanna A.
Aptekar-Strober;
and to co-pending patent application
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entitled "System and Method for Enabling Secure Access to
Services in a Computer Network, Ser. No. OS/841, 950, now
pending, filed on Apr. S, 1997, by inventor Mark Riggins,
both of which are hereby incorporated by reference. These
related applications have been commonly assigned to
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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
1. Field of
the Invention
This invention relates generally to computer networks, 25
and more particularly to a system and method for securely
synchronizing multiple copies of a workspace element such
as a file in a secure network.
2. Description of the Background Art
concern for computer 30
when maintaining
multiple
independently-modifiable
copies of a document, a user risks
using an outdated version. Further, by the time the user
notices the inconsistency, interparty miscommunication
or
data loss may have resulted. The user must then spend more 35
time attempting to reconcile the inconsistent versions.
The problem of data inconsistency is exacerbated when
multiple copies of a document are maintained at dilferent
network locations. For example, due to network security
Data consistency
users.
is a significant
For example,
systems such as conventional firewall technology, a user
may have access only to a particular one of these network
locations. Without access to the other sites, the user cannot
confirm that the version on the accessible site is the most
recent draft.
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Therefore, a system and method are needed for providing
users with data consistency, and more particularly for synchronizing multiple copies of a workspace element such as
a document in the secure network environment.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
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modifiable copy of the first workspace element has been
modified. A synchronization-start
module. at the client site
operates within the first firewall and initiates the general
synchronization module and the synchronization agent when
predetermined criteria have been satisfied. The system further includes means for generating a preferred version from
the first workspace element and from the copy by comparing
the first version information
and the second version
information, and means for storing the preferred version at
the first store and at the second store.
The system further handles the case when both the
workspace element and the copy have been modified independently since the last date and time of synchronization.
Accordingly, a content-based synchronization module performs a responsive action such as determined a preferred
version or storing both the first workspace element and the
copy at both the first store and at the second store.
The present method includes the steps of generating first
examination results by examining first version information,
which indicates whether a first workspace element stored at
a first store within a firewall has been modified; and generating second examination results by examining second version information which indicates whether an independentlymodifiable copy of the first workspace element, the copy
being stored at a second store outside the firewall, has been
modified. The present method further includes the steps of
initiating synchronization
from within the firewall when
predetermined
criteria have been satisfied; generating a
preferred version from the first workspace element and from
the copy based on the first and second examination results;
and storing the preferred version at the first store and at the
second store.
The system and method advantageously use a trusted third
of workspace data
party to enable the synchronization
among multiple sites. Accordingly, a client user who maintains a work site, a home site, an olf-site and the global
server site can synchronize the workspace data or portions
thereof among all four sites. Further, the predetermined
modcriteria (which controls when the synchronizationstart
ule initiates synchronization) may be set so that the general
synchronization
module synchronizes the workspace data
upon user request, at predetermined times during the day
such as while the user is commuting, or after a predetermined user action such as user Iog-olf or user log-on.
Because the system and method operate over the Internet,
synchronization can occur over any distance. Since synchronization is initiated from within the firewall, the typical
firewall, which prevents in-bound communications, does not
act as an impediment to workspace data synchronization.
Also, since the user's preferences may be previously set, the
present system and method may operate unattended by the
client user.
The present invention provides a system and method for
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
synchronizing multiple copies of a workspace element in a
FIG.
1 is a block diagram illustrating a secure datasecure network environment. The secure network environnetwork in accordance with the present
synchronizing
ment includes a global server connected to multiple clients. 55
invention;
Using the present system and method, the clients automatiFIG. 2 is a block diagram illustrating details of a FIG. 1
cally synchronize workspace data between multiple sites,
service server;
independent
of whether the sites are protected by site
FIG. 3 is a block diagram illustrating details of the FIG.
firewalls.
The present system includes a general synchronization
60 1 desktop computer;
FIG. 4 is a block diagram illustrating details of the FIG.
module at the client site for operating within a first firewall
3 base system;
and for examining first version information to determine
FIG. 5 is a block diagram illustrating details of the FIG.
whether a first workspace element has been modified. The
1 synchronization agent; and
system further includes a synchronization agent at the global
server for operating outside the first firewall and for for- 65
FIG. 6 is a flowchart illustrating a method for synchrowarding to the general synchronization module second vernizing multiple copies of a workspace element in a secure
sion information which indicates whether an independentlynetwork.
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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE
PREFERRED EMBODIMENT
FIG. 1 is a block diagram illustrating a secure datasynchronizing network 100, comprising a first site such as a
remote computer terminal 105 coupled via a communications channel 110 such as the Internet to a global server 120.
The global server 120 is in turn coupled via a communications channel 125 such as the Internet to a second site such
as a corporate Local Area Network (LAN) 135. The global
server 120 is protected by a global firewall 115, and the
corporate LAN 135 is protected by a corporate firewall 130.
The corporate LAN 135 includes a corporate signal bus
140 coupling the corporate firewall 130 to an e-mail server
145 having e-mail data 165, to a file server 150 having file
data 170, to a calendar server 155 having calendar data 175
and to a desktop computer 160 having user data 1IIO. It will
be appreciated that the e-mail data 165, file data 170,
calendar data 175 and user data 1IIO or portions thereof may
be stored at dilferent locations such as locally on the desktop
computer 160. It will be further appreciated that the e-mail
data 165, file data 170, calendar data 175 and user data 1IIO
are exemplary and collectively referred to herein as "workspace data" 1II5. Those skilled in the art will recognize that
"workspace data" may include other types of data such as
application programs. It will be further appreciated that the
e-mail data 165, file data 170, calendar data 175 and user
data 1IIO may each be divided into workspace elements,
wherein each workspace element is identified by particular
version information 255 (described below with reference to
FIG. 2). Accordingly, each e-mail, file, calendar, etc. may be
referred to as "a workspace element in workspace data.
An independently modifiable copy of the workspace data
1II5, referred to herein as workspace data 123, is stored on
the global server 120 for easy access by a user from the
remote terminal 105. Being a copy, the workspace data 123
includes independently modifiable copies of each workspace
element in workspace data 1II5 and an independently modifiable copy of version information 255 (FIG. 2), referred to
herein as version information 124.
Network 100 further comprises synchronization means,
which includes a base system 190 stored within the corporate LAN 135 and for example on the desktop computer 160
and further includes a synchronization
agent 126 stored
outside the corporate firewall 130 and preferably on the
global server 120. The base system 190 and the synchronization agent 126 cooperate to synchronize the workspace
data 1II5 with the workspace data 123. Generally, the base
system 190 manages the workspace data 1II5 within the
corporate LAN 135 and the synchronization
agent 126
manages the workspace data 123 within the global server
120. As described in greater detail below with reference to
FIG. 4, the base system 190 preferably initiates and controls
data synchronization.
Other components and functions of
the global server 120 are described in the cross-referenced
patent applications which are herein incorporated by refer-
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with the corporate LAN, the second base system on the
remote terminal 105 would preferably initiate and control
data synchronization with the global server 120 for the same
reasons discussed below. Workspace data on the remote
terminal 105 would thus be synchronized with the workspace data 123 and with the workspace data 1II5,
FIG. 2 is a block diagram illustrating details of a service
server 200, wherein each of the e-mail server 145, the file
server 150, the calendar server 155 and the desktop computer 160 is an instance thereof. Service server 200 includes
a Central Processing Unit (CPU) 205 such as a Motorola
microPower PC microprocessor or an Intel Pentium
processor. An input device 210 such as a keyboard and
mouse and an output device 215 such as a Cathode Ray Tube
(CRT) display are coupled via a signal bus 220 to CPU 205.
A communications interface 225 (such as an Ethernet port),
a data storage device 230 (such as read only memory or a
magnetic disk), and Random-Access Memory (RAM) 235
are further coupled via signal bus 220 to the CPU 205.
An operating system 240 includes a program for controlling processing by the CPU 205, and is typically stored in the
data storage device 230 and loaded into the RAM 235 for
execution. A service engine 245 includes a program for
an
performing a particular service such as maintaining
e-mail data base, a calendar data base, a bookmarks data
base or another file data base, and may be also stored in the
data storage device 230 and loaded into the RAM 235 for
execution. To perform a service, the service engine 245
operates on service data 250 (e.g. , the e-mail data 165, the
file data 170, the calendar data 175 or the user data 1IIO),
which is typically stored in the data storage device 250. The
service data 250 includes version information 255 indicating
the date and time of the last modification. The service engine
245 operates to update the version information 255 whenever modifications are made. It will be appreciated that the
portion of memory in the data storage device 250 which
contains the service data 250 is referred to as the service
"store. "
FIG. 3 is a block diagram illustrating details of the
desktop computer 160, which includes a CPU 305, an input
device 310, an output device 315, a communications interface 325, a data storage device 330 and RAM 335, each
coupled to a signal bus 320.
An operating system 340 includes a program for controlling processing by the CPU 305, and is typically stored in the
data storage device 330 and loaded into the RAM 335 for
execution. A desktop service engine 345 (i.e., a particular
service engine 245, FIG. 2) includes a service program for
managing user data 1IIO (i.e., particular service data 250,
FIG. 2) which includes version information 350 (i.e., particular version information 255, FIG. 2). The desktop service
engine 345 may be also stored in the data storage device 330
and loaded into the RAM 335 for execution. The user data
1IIO may be stored in the data storage device 330. As stated
above with reference to FIG. 1, the base system 1 90
operates to synchronize the workspace data 1II5 (which
includes user data 1IIO) with the workspace data 123. The
base system 190 may be also stored in the data storage
device 330 and loaded into the RAM 335 for execution.
FIG. 4 is a block diagram illustrating details of the base
system 190, which includes a communications module 405,
a user interface module 410, a locator module 415, a
("synch-start" ) module 420, a general
synchronization-start
synchronization module 425 and a content-based synchronization module 430. For simplicity, each module is illustrated as communicating with one another via a signal bus
The remote terminal 105 may include a smart telephone
or a Personal Data Assistant (PDA) such as the PalmPilot
system by the U. S. Robotics, Inc. Although not shown, the 60
remote terminal 105 may include a second base system
similar to the base system 190, which is described with
greater detail with reference to FIG. 4. Accordingly, the
second base system on the remote terminal 105 would
cooperate with the synchronization agent 126 to synchronize 65
the workspace data stored on the remote terminal 105 with
the workspace data 123 stored on the global server 120. As
440.
The communications module 405 includes routines for
compressing data, and routines for communicating via the
communications interface 325 (FIG. 3) with the synchronization agent 126 (FIG. 1). The communications module 405
may further include routines for applying Secure Socket
Layer (SSL) technology and user identification and authentication techniques (i.e., digital certificates) to establish a
secure communication channel through the corporate firewall 130 and through the global firewall 126. Examples of
communications modules 405 may include TCP/IP stacks or
the Apple Talk protocol.
The user interface 410 includes routines for communicating with a user, and may include a conventional Graphical
User Interface (GUI). The user interface 410 operates in
coordination with the other desktop computer 160 components as described herein.
The locator module 415 includes routines for identifying
the memory locations of the workspace elements in the
workspace data 185 and the memory locations of the workspace elements in the workspace data 123. Workspace
element memory location identification may be implemented using intelligent software, i.e., preset memory
addresses or the system's registry, or using dialogue boxes
to query a user. Accordingly, the locator module 415 determines the memory addresses of the workspace elements in
the e-mail data 165, the workspace elements in the file data
170, the workspace elements in the calendar data 175 and
the workspace elements in the user data 180 as well as the
memory addresses of the corresponding workspace elements
in the workspace data 123. It will be appreciated that the
locator module 415 may perform workspace element
memory location identification upon system boot-up or after
each communication with the global server 120 to maintain
updated memory locations of workspace elements.
The synchronization-start
module 420 includes routines
for determining when to initiate synchronization of workspace data 123 and workspace data 185. For example, the
synchronization-start
module 420 may initiate data synchronization upon user request, at a particular time of day, after
a predetermined time period passes, after a predetermined
number of changes, after a user action such as user log-olf
or upon like criteria. The synchronization-start
module 420
initiates data synchronization
by instructing the general
synchronization module 425 to begin execution of its routines. It will be appreciated that communications with synchronization agent 126 preferably initiate from within the
corporate LAN 1135, because the typical corporate firewall
130 prevents in-bound communications and allows outbound communications.
The general synchronization module 425 includes routines for requesting version information 124 from the synchronization agent 126 (FIG. 1) and routines for comparing
the version information 255 against a last synchronization
signature 435 such as a last synchronization date and time to
determine which versions have been modified. The general
synchronization
module 425 further includes routines for
comparing the version information 124 and the version
information 255 to determine if only one or both versions of
a particular workspace element have been modified and
routines for performing an appropriate synchronizing
responsive action. Appropriate synchronizing
responsive
actions may include forwarding the modified version (as the
preferred version) of a workspace element in workspace data
I 85 or forwarding just a compilation of the changes to the
other store(s). Other appropriate synchronizing responsive
actions may include, if reconciliation between two modified
versions is needed, then instructing the content-based syn-
chronization module 430 to execute its routines which are
described below.
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preferably examines the version information 124 and forwards only the version information 124 determined to be
modified since the last synchronization signature 435. This
technique makes elficient use of processor power and avoids
transferring unnecessary data across the communications
channel 125. The general synchronization module 425 in the
corporate LAN 135 accordingly compares the received
version information 124 with the version information 255 to
determine if reconciliation is needed. Upon completion of
the data synchronization, the general synchronization module 425 updates the last synchronization signature 435.
The content-based synchronization module 430 includes
routines for reconciling two or more modified versions in
workspace data 123, 185 of the same workspace element.
For example, if the original and the copy of a user workspace
element have both been modified independently since the
last synchronization, the contentbased synchronization module 430 determines the appropriate responsive action. The
content-based synchronization module 430 may request a
user to select the preferred one of the modified versions or
may respond based on preset preferences, i.e., by storing
both versions in both stores or by integrating the changes
into a single preferred version which replaces each modified
version at both stores.
FIG. 5 is a block diagram illustrating details of the
synchronization
agent 126, which includes a communications module 505 (similar to the communications module
405 described above with reference to FIG. 4) and a general
synchronization module 510 (similar to the general synchronization module 425 described above also with reference to
FIG. 4). The communications module 505 includes routines
for compressing data, and routines for communicating via
the communications channel 125 with the base system 190.
The communications module 505 may further include routines for establishing a secure communications
channel
through the global firewall 126 and through the corporate
firewall 130.
The general synchronization module 510 includes routines for comparing the version information 124 with the last
synchronization signature 435, and routines for forwarding
to the general synchronization module 425 version information 124 determined to be modified. The general synchronization module 510 may either maintain its own last
synchronization
signature
435 copy (not shown).
the request to synchronize from the base
Alternatively,
50 system 190 may include a copy of the last synchronization
signature 435. The general synchronization
module 510
further includes routines for receiving preferred versions of
workspace data 185 workspace elements from the general
synchronization
module 425, and routines for forwarding
55 preferred versions of workspace data 123 workspace elements to the general synchronization module 425.
FIG. 6 is a flowchart illustrating a method 600 for
synchronizing multiple copies of workspace data 123, 185 in
a secure network 100. Method 600 begins with locator
60 module 415 in step 605 identifying the memory locations of
the workspace elements in workspace data 123, 185. As
stated above, workspace element memory location identification may be implemented using intelligent software or
dialogue boxes. The user interface module 410 in step 610
65 enables selection of the workspace elements in workspace
data 123, 185 to be synchronized by the general synchronization module 425.
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The synchronization-start
module 420 in step 615 determines whether predetermined criteria have been met which
indicate that synchronization
of the workspace elements
selected in step 610 should start. If not, then method 600
loops back to step 615. Otherwise, the communications
module 405 and communications module 505 in step 617
establish a secure communications
channel between the
global server 120 and the desktop computer 160. The
general synchronization module 510 in step 620 compares
the version information 124 of each of the selected workspace elements in workspace data 123 against the last
synchronization signature 435 to determine modified workspace elements, and forwards the version information 124 of
workspace elements determined to be modified to the general synchronization module 425. Further, the general synchronization module 425 in step 620 compares the version
information 255 of each selected workspace element in the
workspace data 1II5 against the last synchronization signature 435 to locate modified workspace elements. In this
embodiment, a workspace element has been modified if the
date and time of last modification is after the date and time
of last synchronization.
If no modified workspace elements in workspace data 123
or in workspace data 1II5 are located, then the general
synchronization modules 425 and 510 in step 650 update the
last synchronization signature 435 and method 600 ends.
Otherwise, the general synchronization module 425 in step
625 determines whether more than one version of the same
workspace element has been modified since the last synchronization.
If only one version has been modified, then the corresponding general synchronization module 425 or 510 in step
630 forwards the updated preferred version of the workspace
element to the other store, and then in step 635 determines
whether all workspace elements selected in step 610 have
been examined. If so, then method 600 jumps to step 650.
Otherwise, then method 600 returns to step 620.
If more than one version has been modified, then the
general synchronization module 425 in step 640 instructs the
content-based synchronization module 430 to reconcile the
modified versions. Reconciliation may include requesting
instructions from the user or, based on preselected
preferences, performing responsive actions such as storing
both versions at both stores.
General synchronization
module 425, 510 in step 645
sends the preferred version of the workspace element or just
a compilation of the changes to the other store. That is, if the
preferred version is a workspace element in the workspace
data 1II5, then general synchronization module 425 sends
the preferred version or the changes to general synchronization module 510 to update the outdated workspace element in the workspace data 123. If the preferred version is
a workspace element in the workspace data 123, then the
module 510 sends the preferred
general synchronization
version or the changes to the general synchronization module 425 to update the outdated workspace element in the
workspace data 1II5. Method 600 then jumps to step 635.
The foregoing description of the preferred embodiments
of the invention is by way of example only, and other
variations of the above-described embodiments and methods
are provided by the present invention. For example,
although the global server 120 is illustrated as a single
device, the global server 120 may include several computers
networked together. Although not described in great detail,
the remote terminal 105 can synchronize copies of workspace elements stored on it with workspace elements of
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workspace data 123 stored on the global server 120. Components of this invention may be implemented using a
programmed general purpose digital computer, using application specific integrated circuits, or using a network of
interconnected conventional components and circuits. The
embodiments
described herein have been presented for
purposes of illustration and are not intended to be exhaustive
or limiting. Many variations and modifications are possible
in light of the foregoing teaching. The system is limited only
by the following claims.
What is claimed is:
1. A computer-based method comprising the steps of:
(a) generating first examination results from first version
information which indicates whether a first workspace
element stored at a first store within a firewall has been
modified;
(b) generating second examination results from second
version information which indicates whether an
independently-modifiable
copy of the first workspace
element has been modified, the copy being stored at a
second store outside the firewall;
(c) initiating steps (a) and (b) from within the firewall
when predetermined criteria have been satisfied;
(d) generating a preferred version from the first workspace element and from the copy based on the first and
second examination results; and
(e) storing the preferred version at the first store and at the
second store.
2. The method of claim 1 wherein the second store is on
a global server outside the firewall and which is protected by
a global firewall.
3. The method of claim 1 wherein the first version
information includes the date and time the first workspace
element was last modified and the second version information includes the date and time the copy was last modified.
4. The method of claim 3 wherein generating the first
examination results includes the step of comparing the first
version information against a date and time of last synchronization.
5. The method of claim 3 wherein generating the second
examination results includes the step of comparing the
second version information against a date and time of last
synchronization.
6. The method of claim 1 further comprising, before
generating the first examination results, the step of updating
the first version information whenever the first workspace
element is modified.
7. The method of claim 1 further comprising, before
generating the second examination results, the step of updating the second version information whenever the copy is
modified.
II. The method of claim 1 wherein if only one of the first
workspace element and the copy has been modified, then the
step of generating includes selecting the one as the preferred
version.
9. The method of claim 1 further comprising the step of
locating the first workspace element, the first version
information, the copy and the second version information.
10. A system comprising:
a general synchronization module for operating within a
first firewall and for examining first version information to determine whether a first workspace element has
been modified;
a synchronization
agent for operating outside the first
firewall and for forwarding to the general synchronization module second version information which indi-
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cates whether an independently modifiable copy of the
first workspace element has been modified;
a synchronization-start
module for operating within the
first firewall and for initiating the general synchronization module and the synchronization
agent when
predetermined criteria have been satisfied;
means for generating a preferred version from the first
workspace element and from the copy by comparing
the first version information and the second version
information; and
means for storing the preferred version at the first store
and at the second store.
11. The system of claim 10 further comprising a communications module for communicating through the first firewall.
12. The system of claim 10 wherein the synchronization
agent and the second store are on a global server which is
protected by a global firewall.
13. The system of claim 12 further comprising a communications module for communicating through the first firewall and through the global firewall.
14. The system of claim 10 wherein the first version
information includes the date and time the first workspace
element was last modified and the second version information includes the date and time the copy was last modified.
15. The system of claim 14 wherein the general synchronization module compares the first version information
against a date and time of last synchronization.
16. The system of claim 14 wherein the synchronization
agent compares the second version information against the
date and time of last synchronization.
17. The system of claim 10 further comprising means for
updating the first version information whenever the first
workspace element is modified.
18. The system of claim 10 further comprising means for
updating the second version information whenever the copy
is modified.
19. The system of claim 10 wherein if only one of the first
workspace element and the copy has been modified, then the
means for generating selects the one as the preferred version.
20. The system of claim 10 further comprising a locator
module for locating the first store, the first workspace
element, the first version information, the second store, the
copy and the second version information.
21. A system comprising:
first means for generating first examination results from
first version information which indicates whether a first
workspace element stored at a first store within a
firewall has been modified;
second means for generating second examination results
from second version information which indicates
whether an independently-modifiable
copy of the first
workspace element has been modified, the copy being
stored at a second store outside the firewall;
means for initiating the first and second means from
within the firewall when predetermined criteria have
been satisfied;
means for generating a preferred version from the first
workspace element and from the copy based on the first
and second examination results; and
means for storing the preferred version at the first store
and at the second store.
22. A computer-readable storage medium storing program
code for causing a computer to perform the steps of:
(a) generating first examination results from first version
information which indicates whether a first workspace
element stored at a first store within a firewall has been
modified;
second examination results from second
version information which indicates whether an
independently-modifiable
copy of the first workspace
element has been modified, the copy being stored at a
second store outside the firewall;
(c) initiating steps (a) and (b) from within the firewall
when predetermined criteria have been satisfied;
(d) generating a preferred version from the first workspace element and from the copy based on the first and
second examination results; and
(e) storing the preferred version at the first store and at the
second store.
23. A computer-based method comprising the steps of:
(a) generating first examination results from first version
information which indicates whether a first workspace
element stored at a first store within a firewall has been
modified;
(b) generating second examination results from second
version information which indicates whether an
independently-modifiable
copy of the first workspace
element has been modified, the copy being stored at a
second store outside the firewall;
(c) initiating steps (a) and (b) from within the firewall
when predetermined criteria have been satisfied;
(d) determining based on the first and second examination
results that both the first workspace element and the
copy have been modified; and
(e) storing both the first workspace element and the copy
at the first store and at the second store.
24. A system comprising:
first means for generating first examination results from
first version information which indicates whether a first
workspace element stored at a first store within a
firewall has been modified;
second means for generating second examination results
from second version information which indicates
whether an independently-modifiable
copy of the first
workspace element has been modified, the copy being
stored at a second store outside the firewall;
means for initiating the first and second means from
within the firewall when predetermined criteria have
been satisfied;
means for determining based on the first and second
examination results that both the first workspace element and the copy have been modified; and
means for storing both the first file and the copy at the first
store and at the second store.
25. A system comprising:
a global server for operating outside a firewall and including memory for storing first workspace data and corresponding first version information; and
a synchronization agent for managing the first workspace
data and the corresponding first version information
and for communicating with remote clients; and
a remote client for operating within the firewall and
including memory for storing second workspace data
and corresponding second version information;
means for cooperating with the synchronization agent to
synchronize the first workspace data with the second
workspace data by examining the first version information and the second version information; and
a synchronization-start
module for initiating workspace
data synchronization between the global server and the
remote client.
(b) generating
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UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE
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certified that error appears
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(10) Number:
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SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SECURELY
SYNCHRONIZING MULTIPLE COPIES OF A
WORKSPACE ELEMENT IN A NETWORK
(75) Inventors:
Daniel
J. Mendez,
View, CA
Mountain
(US); Mark D. Riggins, San Jose, CA
(US); Prasad Wagle, Santa Clara, CA
(US); Christine C. Ying, Foster City,
CA (US)
(73) Assignee:
Certificate Issued:
(45)
Visto Corporation,
CA (US)
2191505
2210763
CA
CA
Redwood Shores,
OTHER PUBLICATIONS
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module at the
client site for operating within a first firewall and for
examining first version information to determine whether a
first workspace element has been modified. The system
further includes a synchronization agent at a global server
for operating outside the first firewall and for forwarding to
the general synchronization
module second version information which indicates whether an independentlymodifiable copy of the first workspace element has been
modified. A synchronization-start
module is maintained at
the client site for operating within the first firewall and for
securely initiating the general synchronization module and
the synchronization agent when predetermined criteria have
been satisfied. The system further includes means for generating a preferred version from the first workspace element
and from the copy by comparing the first version information and the second version information, and means for
storing the preferred version at the first store and at the
second store.
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I
EX PARTE
REEXAMINATION CERTIFICATE
ISSUED UNDER 35 U. S.C. 307
5
THE PATENT IS HEREBY AMENDED AS
INDICATED BELOW.
Matter enclosed in heavy brackets [ ] appeared in the
patent, bnt has been deleted and is no longer a part of the 10
patent; matter printed in italics indicates additions made
to the patent.
ONLY THOSE PARAGRAPHS OF THE
SPECIFICATION AFFECTED BY AMENDMENT
ARE PRINTED HEREIN.
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Column 4, lines 20—
38:
An operating system 240 includes a program for controlling processing by the CPU 205, and is typically stored in the
data storage device 230 and loaded into the RAM 235 for
execution. A service engine 245 includes a program for
an
performing a particular service such as maintaining
e-mail data base, a calendar data base, a bookmarks data
base or another file data base, and may be also stored in the
data storage device 230 and loaded into the RAM 235 for
execution. To perform a service, the service engine 245
operates on service data 250 (e.g. , the e-mail data 165, the
file data 170, the calendar data 175 or the user data 180),
which is typically stored in the data storage device [250]
230. The service data 250 includes version information 255
indicating the date and time of the last modification. The
service engine 245 operates to update the version information 255 whenever modifications are made. It will be appreciated that the portion of memory in the data storage device
[250] 230 which contains the service data 250 is referred to
as the service "store.
"
20
25
30
35
Column 4, lines 44 —
59:
An operating system 340 includes a program for controlling processing by the CPU 305, and is typically stored in the
data storage device 330 and loaded into the RAM 335 for
execution. A desktop service engine 345 (i.e., a particular
service engine 245, FIG. 2) includes a service program for
managing user data 180 (i.e., particular service data 250,
FIG. 2) which includes version information 350 (i.e. , particular version information 255, FIG. 2). The desktop service
engine 345 may be also stored in the data storage devie 330
and loaded into the RAM 335 for execution. The user data
180 may be stored in the data storage 330. As stated above
with reference to FIG. 1, the base system [1 90] 190 operates
to synchronize the workspace data 185 (which includes user
data 180) with the workspace data 123. The base system 190
may be also stored in the data storage device 330 and loaded
into the RAM 335 for execution.
Column 5, lines 35—
49:
The synchronization-start
module 420 includes routines
for determining when to initiate synchronization of workspace data 123 and workspace data 185. For example, the
synchronization-start
module 420 may initiate data synchronization upon user request, at a particular time of day, after
a predetermined time period passes, after a predetermined
number of changes, after a user action such as user log-oif
or upon like criteria. The synchronization-start
module 420
initiates data synchronization
by instructing the general
synchronization module 425 to begin execution of its routines. It will be appreciated that communications with synchronization agent 126 preferably initiate from within the
40
cooporate LAN [1135] 135, because the typical cooporate
firewall 130 prevents in-bound communications and allows
out-bound communications.
Column 6, lines 15—
27:
The content-based synchronization module 430 includes
routines for reconciling two or more modified versions in
workspace data 123, 185 of the same workspace element.
For example, if the original and the copy of a user workspace
element have both been modified independently since the
last synchronization, the [contentbased] content-based synchronization module 430 determines the appropriate responsive action. The content-based synchronization module 430
may request a user to select the preferred one of the modified
versions or may respond based on preset preferences, i.e., by
storing both versions in both stores or by integrating the
changes into a single preferred version which replaces each
modified version at both stores.
Column 6, lines 28—
41:
FIG. 5 is a block diagram illustrating details of the
synchronization
agent 126, which includes a communications module 505 (similar to the communications module
405 described above with reference to FIG. 4) and a general
synchronization module 510 (similar to the general synchronization module 425 described above also with reference to
FIG. 4). The communications module 505 includes routines
for compressing data, and routines for communicating via
the communications channel 125 with the base system 190.
The communications module 505 may further include routines for establishing a secure communications
channel
through the global firewall [126] 115 and through the
corporate firewall 130.
Column 6, lines 42—
56:
The general synchronization module 510 includes routines for comparing the version information 124 with the last
synchronization signature 435, and routines for forwarding
to the general synchronization module 425 version information 124 determined to be modified. The general synchronization module 510 may [either] maintain its own last
synchronization
signature
435 copy (not shown).
the request to synchronize from the base
Alternatively,
system 190 may include a copy of the last synchronization
signature 435. The general synchronization
module 510
further includes routines for receiving preferred versions of
45 workspace data 185 workspace elements from the general
synchronization
module 425, and routines for forwarding
preferred versions of workspace data 123 workspace elements to the general synchronization module 425.
50
AS A RESULT OF REEXAMINATION, IT HAS BEEN
DETERMINED THAT:
Claim 19 is cancelled.
Claims 1—
25 are determined to be
2, 6—8, 10—11 and 21—
patentable as amended.
Claims 3—
5, 9, 12—18 and 20, dependent on an amended
are
determined
to be patentable.
claim,
55
1. A computer-based method comprising the steps of:
(a) establishing a communicatio s channel through a
firewall using an HITP port or an SSL port;
(b) generating first examination results from first version
information which indicates whether a first workspace
60
element stored at a first store within [a] the firewall has
been modified;
([b]c) generating second examination results from second
version information which indicates whether an
65
independently-modifiable
copy of the first workspace
element has been modified, the copy being stored at a
second store on a smart phone outside the firewall;
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([c]d) initiating steps ([a]b) and ([b]c) from within the
firewall through the communications
channel
predetermined criteria have been satisfied;
when
([d]e) generating a preferred version from the first work-
(d) genevating a pvefevved vevsion fiom the fivst wovkspace element and from the copy based on the first and
second examination results;
(e) stoving the pvefevved vevsion at the first stove and at
the second store; and
space element and from the copy based on the first and
second examination results, wherein if only one of the
before generating the second examination results, the step
fivst wovkspace element and the copy has been
of updating the second version information whenever
modified, then the step of generating includes selecting
the copy is modified.
the one as the pvefevved version; and
8. [The method of claim 1] A computer-based method
([e]fl storing the preferred version at the first store and at 10 comprising the steps of:
the second store.
(a) genevati ng fivst examination vesults from first vevsi on
2. [The method of claim 1] A computer-based method
infovmation which indicates whethev a first wovkspace
comprising the steps of:
element stoved at a first stove within a firewall has been
(a) genevating first examination vesults from first vevsion
modified;
infovmation which indicates whethev a first wovkspace
(b) generating second examination results from second
element stoved at a fivst stove within a firewall has been
version information which indicates whether an
modified;
independently-modifiable
copy of the first workspace
(b) generating second examination results from second
element has been modified, the copy being stored at a
version information which indicates whether an 20
second store outside the firewall;
independently-modifiable
copy of the first workspace
initiating steps (a) and (b) from within the firewall
(c)
element has been modified, the copy being stored at a
when pvedetevmined cvitevia have been satisfied;
second store outside the firewall;
(d) genevating a pvefevved vevsion fiom the fivst wovk(c) initiating steps (a) and (b) from within the firewall
space element and from the copy based on the first and
when pvedetevmined cvitevia have been satisfied,
25
second examination results;
(d) genevating a pvefevved vevsion from the first wovkstoving the pvefevved vevsion at the first stove and at
(e)
space element and from the copy based on the first and
the second store; and
second examination results; and
wherein if only one of the first workspace element and the
(e) stoving the pvefevved vevsion at the fivst stove and at
copy has been modified, then the step of generating
the second store;
30
includes selecting the one as the preferred version.
wherein the second store is on a global server outside the
10. A system comprising:
firewall and which is protected by a global firewalh
a communications channel through a firewall comprising
6. [The method of claim 1 further comprising, ] A
one of an HTTP port and an SSL port;
computer-based method comprising the steps of:
35
a
synchronization module for operating within [a]
general
(a) genevating first examination vesults from first vevsion
the first firewall and for examining first version inforinfovmation which indicates whethev a first wovkspace
mation to determine whether a first workspace element
element stoved at a fivst stove within a firewall has been
at a first store has been modified;
modified;
a synchronization
agent for operating outside the first
(b) generating second examination results from second
firewall and for forwarding to the general synchroniversion information which indicates whether an 40
zation module second version information which indiindependently-modifiable
copy of the first workspace
cates whether an independently modifiable copy of the
element has been modified, the copy being stored at a
first workspace element at a second store on a smart
second store outside the firewall;
has been modified;
phone
initiating
and
within
the
steps (a)
firewall
(c)
(b) from
45
when pvedetevmined cvitevia have been satisfied;
a synchronization-start
module for operating within the
first firewall and for initiating the general synchroni(d) genevating a pvefevved vevsion from the first wovkzation module and the synchronization
agent when
space element and from the copy based on the first and
predetermined criteria have been satisfied;
second examination results;
means for generating a preferred version from the first
(e) stoving the pvefevved vevsion at the fivst stove and at
the second store; and
workspace element and from the copy by comparing
the first version information and the second version
before generating the first examination results, the step of
information, wherein if only one of the first workspace
updating the first version information whenever the first
element and the copy has been modified, then the mea s
workspace element is modified.
fov genevating selects the one as the pvefevved version;
7. [The method of claim 1 further comprising, ] A comand
puter based method comprising the steps of:
examination
vesults
vevsion
means
for storing the preferred version at the first store
from first
(a) genevating first
infovmation which indicates whethev a first wovkspace
and at the second store.
element stoved at a fivst stove within a firewall has been
11. The system of claim 10 further comprising a communications module for communicating
through the first
modified;
firewall, wherein the first firewall is positioned between a
(b) generating second examination results from second
tvusted netwovk and the Intevnet.
version information which indicates whether an
21. A system comprising:
independently-modifiable
copy of the first workspace
element has been modified, the copy being stored at a
first means for generating first examination results from
second store outside the firewall;
65
first version information which indicates whether a first
workspace element stored at a first store within a
(c) initiating steps (a) and (b) from within the firewall
when pvedetevmined cvitevia have been satisfied;
firewall has been modified;
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second means for generating second examination results
from second version information which indicates
whether an independently-modifiable
copy of the first
workspace element has been modified, the copy being
stored at a second store on a smart phone outside the
element has been modified, the copy being stored at a
second store outside the firewall;
fire
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based on the first and second examination results that both the first workspace element and
the copy have been modified; and
([d]fl determining
meansfor updating thefirst versioninformation whenever
the first workspace element is modified or updating the
second versioninformation whenever the copyis modified;
means for initiating the first and second means from
within the firewall when predetermined criteria have
been satisfied;
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means for generating a preferred version from the first
workspace element and from the copy based on the first
and second examination results; and
means for storing the preferred version at the first store
and at the second store.
22. A computer-readable storage medium storing program
code for causing a computer-based system to perform the
steps of:
(a) generating first examination results from first version
information which indicates whether a first workspace
element stored at a first store within a firewall posi- zs
tioned between a trusted network and the Internet has
been modified;
(b) generating second examination results from second
version information which indicates whether an
independently-modifiable
copy of the first workspace
element has been modified, the copy being stored at a
second store on a smart phone outside the firewall;
and (b) from within the firewall
channel when
through an Internet communications
predetermined criteria have been satisfied;
(c) initiating steps (a)
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(d) generating a preferred version from the first workspace element and from the copy based on the first and
second examination results, wherein if only one of the
first workspace element and the copy has been
modified, then selecting the one as the preferred version; and
(e) storing the preferred version at the first store and at the
second store.
23. A computer-based method comprising the steps of:
channel
(a) establishing a secure communications
through a firewall using an HTTP port or an SSI.port;
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(b) generating first examination results from first version
information which indicates whether a first workspace
element stored at a first store within [a] the firewall has
been modified;
and ([b]d) from within the
firewall when predetermined criteria have been satisfied;
([c]e) initiating steps ([a]b)
5O
(c) before generating thefirst examination results, the step
of updating the first version information whenever the
first workspace element is modified;
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([b]d) generating second examination results from second
version information which indicates whether an
independently-modifiable
copy of the first workspace
([e]g) storing both the first workspace element
and the
copy at the first store and at the second store, wherein
the second store comprises a smart phone.
24. A system comprising:
first means for generating first examination results from
first version information which indicates whether a first
workspace element stored at a first store within a
firewall has been modified;
second means for generating second examination results
from second version information which indicates
whether an independently-modifiable
copy of the first
workspace element has been modified, the copy being
stored at a second store outside the firewall;
mea s for updating thefirst versioninformation
whenever
the first workspace element is modified or updating the
second versioninformation whenever the copyis modified;
means for initiating the first and second means from
within the firewall when predetermined criteria have
been satisfied;
means for determining based on the first and second
examination results that both the first workspace element and the copy have been modified; and
means for storing both the first [file] workspace element
and the copy at the first store and at the second store,
wherein the second store comprises a smart phone.
25. A system comprising:
a global server for operating outside a firewall and including memory for storing first workspace data and corresponding first version information; and
a synchronization agent for managing the first workspace
data and the corresponding first version information
and for communicating with remote clients; [and]
mea s for updating thefirst versioninformation
whenever
the first workspace element is modified;
a remote client for operating within the firewall and
including memory for storing second workspace data
and corresponding second version information;
means for cooperating with the synchronization agent to
synchronize the first workspace data with the second
workspace data by examining the first version information and the second version information; and
a synchronization-start
module for initiating workspace
data synchronization between the global server and the
remote client.
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US006085192C2
EX PARTE REEXAMINATION CERTIFICATE (6792nd)
United States Patent
US 6,085, 192 C2
(10) Number:
(12)
Mendez et al.
(54)
(45)
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SECURELY
SYNCHRONIZING MULTIPLE COPIES OF A
WORKSPACE ELEMENT IN A NETWORK
Certificate Issued:
4, 558,454
4, 644, 351
4, 652, 698
4, 665, 519
J. Mendez, MountainView, CA
(US); Mark D. Riggins, San Jose, CA
(US); Prasad Wagle, Santa Clara, CA
(US); Christine C. Ying, Foster City,
CA (US)
FOREIGN PATENT DOCUMENTS
AU
78434/98
CA
CA
CA
CA
2 179 349
2191505
2210763
2210763
Reexamination Request:
No. 90/008, 062, Jun. 23, 2006
Attorneys' Eyes Only
Confidential
4 in a Multiplatform Environment;
(Continued)
Primary Examiner
A system includes a general synchronization module at the
client site for operating within a first firewall and for exam-
(2006.01)
(2006.01)
(2006.01)
ining first version information to determine whether a first
workspace element has been modified. The system further
includes a synchronization agent at a global server for operating outside the first firewall and for forwarding to the general synchronization module second version information
which indicates whether an independently-modifiable
copy
of the first workspace element has been modified. A
synchronization-start
module is maintained at the client site
for operating within the first firewall and for securely initiating the general synchronization module and the synchronization agent when predetermined criteria have been satisfied. The system further includes means for generating a
preferred version from the first workspace element and from
the copy by comparing the first version information and the
second version information, and means for storing the preferred version at the first store and at the second store.
U. S. Cl . ... ... .. ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... 707/10; 707/10; 707/I;
707/104. 1; 707/203; 707/9
Field of ClassiTication Search . ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... None
See application file for complete search history.
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"Office for Jess"; Dated Apr. 12, 2006 —
Apr. 13, 2006;
VIRIM 710013); 3 Pgs.
(VIRIM 710011—
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
VMES Outage Notification; Dated Feb. 17, 2006 —
Feb. 18,
VIRIM 710019); 6 Pgs.
2006; (VIRIM 710014—
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
"More Details on our ICS Implementation"; Dated Nov. 16,
2006 —
Nov. 12, 2006; (VIRIM 710020—
VIRIM 710026); 7
Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
"Reminder
Preview NOC Upgrade Notification"; Dated
VIRIM 710029); 3 Pgs.
May 17, 2006; (VIRIM 710027—
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
"Visto Data Consumption"; Dated Dec. 20, 2006 —
Dec. 27,
VIRIM 710036); 7 Pgs.
2006; (VIRIM 710030—
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
"PSG Integration with 3' Parties in Easy Setup Activation";
Dated Aug.
15, 2006 —
Aug.
24, 2006; (VIRIM
710037—VIRIM 710041); 5 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
"Visto Data Consumption"; Dated Dec. 20, 2006; (VIRIM
710042—
VIRIM 710045); 4 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
"5.2.7+ mai12go WARs Are Now Available on Your FTP
Site"; Dated Jan. 10, 2006; (VIRIM 710046—VIRIM
710051); 6 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
"Log Files Off Broad"; Dated Mar. 2, 2006; (VIRIM
710052—VIRIM 710053); 2 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
"mai12go TREA Client"; Dated Jan. 5, 2006 —
Jan. 6, 2006;
VIRIM 710055); 2 Pgs.
(VIRIM 710054—
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
"Ericsson Documents/Specifications";
Dated Jan. 3, 2006;
VIRIM 710060); 5 Pgs.
(VIRIM 710056—
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
"Office for Jess"; Dated Apr. 12, 2006 —
Apr. 13, 2006;
VIRIM 710062); 2 Pgs.
(VIRIM 710061—
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
"Office for Jess"; Dated Apr. 12, 20064; (VIRIM
710063—VIRIM 710064); 2 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email Chain w/ subject
"More Details on Our ICS Implementation"; Dated Nov. 16,
2006 —
Nov. 27, 2006; (VIRIM 710065—
VIRIM 710074); 10
Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email to Executive
Team From Steve Maynard w/ subject "Feedback From Core
Seminar on Intellisync"; Dated Oct. 28, 2004; (VIRIM
746875 —
VIRIM 746877); 3 Pgs.
Attorneys'
Confidential
Eyes Only Email w/ subject
"Agenda for High Level E2ES Meeting"; Dated May 10,
VIRIM 897779); 3 Pgs.
2004; (VIRIM 897777—
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
File Access / Transfer
by Christine Ying w/ Future Release Feature Set; Dated Dec.
31, 1996; (VRIM 005253—VRIM 005255); 3 Pgs.
Confidential Atttorneys'
Eyes Only Version 1 Tasks;
Dated Jun. 1, 1997; (VIRIM 005351); 1 Pg.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Load Balancer Version
1.1 by Mark Riggins; Dated Aug. 30, 1997; (VIRIM
005352 —
VRIM 005359); 8 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Meeting With Puma;
Dated Jan. 21, 1997; (VRIM 006292 —
VRIM 006301); 10
Pgs.
Attorneys'
Confidential
Eyes Only Synchronization
Transfer Protocol Syncxp; Dated Nov. 25, 1996; (VIRIM
006304 —
VRIM 006344); 41 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
The Roaming Dilema
From A to Z by Hong Bui & Chris Zuleeg; Dated Jun. 28,
1996; (VRIM 006347—VRIM 006406); 60 Pgs.
Eyes Only Roampage, Inc. Your
Dated
Feb.
1997; (VRIM
006423 —
VRIM 6459); 37 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Technology Overview;
Dated Feb. 23, 1999; (VRIM 006460—
VRIM 6467); 8 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only~ur Meeting; Dated
Jul. 11, 1997; (VRIM 006471 —
VRIM 006472); 2 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only~ur Meeting; Dated
Jul. 11, 1997; (VRIM 006473 —
VRIM 006474); 2 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only Visto Briefcase ComVRIM 006481);
ponents; Dated Jun. 1998; (VRIM 006477 —
5 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only Visto Training Manual
Version 1; Dated Oct.
by Barry Fladger & Martin Guerrero
VRIM 6509); 17 Pgs.
23, 1997; (VRIM 006493—
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only Visto It's Your Home
on the Web; Dated Feb. 1999; (VRIM 006510—
VRIM 6524);
15 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Meeting With Puma;
Dated May 14, 1997; (VRIM 006540—
VRIM 006555); 16
Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Puma Technology, Inc.
Software License Agreement;
Dated None; (VRIM
006556 —
VRIM 006568); 13 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Roampage, Inc. Your
VRIM
Digital Workspace; Dated Jan. 1997; (VRIM 006569—
006621); 53 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Roampage Version 2.0
Demo by Prasad Wagle; Dated Oct. 1, 2004; (VRIM
006658 —
VRIM 6673); 16 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys'
Digital
Workspace;
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Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
The Visto Briefcase;
Dated Oct. 1998; (VRIM 006830—
VRIM 6844); 15 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Roampage Version 2
Definitions & Assistant Project Status; Dated Jul. 2, 1998;
VRIM 006948); 3 Pgs.
(VRIM 006946 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Meeting With TravelVRIM
ling Software; Dated Mar. 26, 1998; (VRIM 007066 —
007067); 2 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only Assistant Project StaVRIM 007101); 2
tus; Dated Aug. 4, 1998; (VRIM 007100—
Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only APITEST. CCP by Bob
VRIM 007225); 2 Pgs.
Daly; Dated 1996; (VRIM 007224 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
TESTDLG. CPP by
Bob Daly; Dated 1996; (VRIM 007235 —
VRIM 007245); 11
Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
TESTDLG. H by Bob
VRIM 007248); 3 Pgs.
Daley; Dated 1996; (VRIM 007246 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
TR API. H by Bob
VRIM 007250); 2 Pgs.
Daley; Dated 1996; (VRIM 007249 —
ConfidentialAttorneys'
Eyes Only XX API. CPP by Bob
VRIM 007260); 10
Daley; Dated 1996; (VRIM 007251 —
Pgs.
Attorneys'
Confidential
Eyes Only API Functions
Required by Intellisync Translators to Access PIM/PDA
Dated
Oct. 3, 2004; (VRIM
Application
Data;
007261 —
VRIM 007280); 20 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Letter to Steve Nicol
From Hong Bui and Daniel Mendez; Dated Feb. 17, 1997;
VRIM 007285); 2 Pgs.
(VRIM 007284 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Puma Technology, Inc.
Software License Agreement;
Dated None; (VRIM
007286—
VRIM 007303); 18 Pgs.
Confidential
Daley, Dated
Confidential
Lotus; Dated
Eyes Only XX API. H by Bob
1996; (VRIM 007304—VRIM 007305); 2 Pgs.
Attorneys' Eyes Only Cougar Rev. 1.0 by
Dec. 3, 1991; (VRIM 007306—
VRIM 007308);
Attorneys'
3 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
ILIO. H by IntelliLink;
Dated 1992; (VRIM 007309); 1 Pg.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
ILMACRO. H by IntelliLink; Dated 1994; (VRIM 007310—
VRIM 007331); 22
Pgs.
Attorneys'
Confidential
Eyes Only API Functions
Required by Intellisync Translators to Access PIM/PDA
Dated
Oct. 2, 2004; (VRIM
Application
Data;
007332—
VRIM 007352); 21 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
ILRPT. H by Mike
Blanchette; Dated 1993; (VRIM 007353—
VRIM 007357); 5
Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
ILTRERR. H by IntelliLink; Dated 1993; (VRIM 007359—
VRIM 007366); 8 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
ILTYPES.H by IntelliLink; Dated 1994—1995; (VRIM 007367—
VRIM 007376);
10 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
ILUTIL. H by IntelliLink; Dated 1994; (VRIM 007377—
VRIM 007388); 12
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
TESTDLG. CPP by
Bob Daley; Dated 1996; (VRIM 007422 —
VRIM 007432);
11 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
TESTDLG. H by Bob
VRIM 007435); 3 Pgs.
Daley; Dated 1996; (VRIM 007433 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
TR API. H by Bob
Daley; Dated 1996; (VRIM 007453); 1 Pg.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Module Revision History; Dated Nov. 5, 1996; (VRIM 007454); 1 Pg.
ConfidentialAttorneys'
Eyes Only XX API. CPP by Bob
VRIM 007464); 10
Daley; Dated 1996; (VRIM 007455 —
Pgs.
Confidential
Daley; Dated
Confidential
Required by
Application
Eyes Only XX API. H by Bob
VRIM 007466); 2 Pgs.
1996; (VRIM 007465 —
Attorneys'
Attorneys'
Eyes Only API Functions
Intellisync Translators to Access PIM/PDA
Data; Dated Nov. 4, 1996; (VRIM
007488 —
VRIM 007508); 21 Pgs.
Attorneys'
Confidential
Eyes Only Synchronization
Transfer Protocol Syncxp Draft Version 0.5; Dated Nov. 25,
1996; (VRIM 007586—VRIM 007626); 41 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only Amended and Restated
Puma Technology,
Inc. Software License Agreement
between Visto Corp. and Puma Technology, Inc. ; Dated Jun.
VRIM 007645); 16 Pgs.
24, 1998; (VRIM 007630—
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Puma Technology, Inc.
Software License Agreement between Roampage, Inc. and
Puma Technology, Inc. ; Dated Jun. 10, 1997; (VRIM
007646 —
VRIM 007676); 31 Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Letter to Christine
Hildebrandt From Eric Godshalk w/ Teaming Agreement. ;
Dated Feb. 14, 2005; (VRIM 010617—
VRIM 010624); 8
Pgs.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Presentation for VISA
International by RoamPage, Inc. ; 13 pages; Oct. 10, 1996;
(VGT000059 —
VGT000071).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Feature Spec Mtg; 4
VGT000176).
pages; Nov. 9, 1996; (VGT000173 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only Assignment Agreement between RoamPage, Inc. and David J. Cowan; 4 pages;
dated Aug. 13, 1996; (VGT022502 —
VGT022505).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
97515 Feature Set
Definition;
2
dated
1997;
May
16,
pages;
(VGT023894 —
VGT023895).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
97515 Feature Set
Definition. xls; 1 page; dated May 29, 1997; (VGT023896).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only Adminstration Functionality Requirements;
4 pages; Dated Apr. 22, 1997;
VGT023 902).
(VGT023 899—
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Demo Script; 2 pages;
Dated May 2, 1997; (VGT023929 —
VGT023930).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Meeting with Puma; 10
VGT024998).
pages; dated Jan. 21, 1997 (VGT024989 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
The Roaming Dilema:
From A to Z by Hong Q. Bui and Chris Zuleeg of RoamInc. ; 60 pages;
dated
Jun.
1996
Page,
28,
(VGT025044 —
VGT025103).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
RoamPage, Inc. Your
Digital Workspace Presentation Slides; 53 pages; dated Jan.
Pgs.
VGT025318).
1997; (VGT025266 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only APITEST. CPP by Bob
VRIM 007399); 2 Pgs.
Daley; Dated 1996; (VRIM 007398—
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only APITEST. H by Bob
Daley; Dated 1996; (VRIM 007400); 1 Pg.
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only~verview;
16 pages;
dated Oct. 1, 2004; (VGT025355 —
VGT025370).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Technical Architecture;
4 pages; dated Oct. 1, 2005 (VGT025383 —
VGT025386).
US 6,085, 192 C2
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Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
The Roaming Dilema;
From A to Z; 55 pages; dated Jun. 28, 1996
(VGT025472 —
VGT025526).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Security Builder Version 3. 1 Programmer's Reference; 308 pages; dated May 25,
VGT225124).
2001; (VGT224817 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
The Roaming Dilema:
From A to Z; by Hong Q. Bui and Chris Zuleeg of RoamInc. ; 60 pages;
dated
Jun.
1996
Page,
28,
(VGT492718 —
VGT492777).
Attorney' Eyes Only
Facsimile to Mark Riggins from Mare A. Sockol; 6 pages; dated Nov. 19, 1996
(VGT540753 —
VGT540758).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Letter to Mark Riggins
from Mare A. Sockol; 52 pages; dated Dec. 3, 1996
(VGT540759 —
VGT540810).
Attorney' Eyes Only
Facsimile to Mark Riggins from Mare A. Sockol attaching figures for the invention
entitled "Roaming Internet Access System. "; 7 pages; dated
Nov. 22, 1996; (VGT540811 —
VGT540817).
Attorney' Eyes Only
Facsimile to Mark Riggins from Mare. A. Sockol attaching preliminary figures for
the invention entitled "Roampage"; 7 pages; dated Nov. 15,
VGT540827).
1996; (VGT540821 —
Attorney' Eyes Only
Facsimile to Mark Riggins from Mare A. Sockol attaching revised figures for the
invention entitled Roaming Internet Access System; 12
VGT542056.
pages; dated Nov. 19, 1996; (VGT542045 —
Confidential
Confidential Attorneys'
Eyes Only Email from Chris
corn re: mail system
Zuleeg to squinlan@internetstartup.
error —
Returned mail; 2 pages; dated Jan. 12, 1997;
(VIRIM650995 —
VIRIM650996).
Attorneys' Eyes Only
Confidential
Email from Prasad
Wagle to joew@netaccent. corn; kkotak@netaccent. corn re:
New load from NetAccent;
I Pg. ; Dec. 24, 1996
(VIRIM650997).
Attorneys'
Confidential
Eyes Only Email from Stan
Bailes to Stan Bailes; Hong Bui re: RoamPage 2. 1; I Pg. ;
Dec. 26, 1996 (VIRIM 651001).
Attorneys' Eyes Only
Confidential
Email from Mason
Ng to Stan Bailes; Hong Bui re: RoamPage 2. 1; I Pg. ; Dec.
26, 1996 (VIRIM651002).
Confidential
Confidential
Confidential
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Technical Architecture;
8 pages; dated Nov. 14, 1996; (VGT542200 —
VGT542207).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Minutes of the Regular
Meeting of the Board of Directors of RoamPage, Inc. ; 5
VGT578532).
pages; dated Dec. 16, 1996 (VGT578528 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
RoamPage, Inc. Your
Digital Workspace™, 37 pages; dated Feb. 1997;
(VGT632745 —
VGT632781).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Data Communications
The Global Enterprise Networking
Magazine of the
McGraw —
Hill Companies Article title "Directory Services
Tie it All Together", by Lee Bruno; 8 pages; Dated Mar.
1997 (VIRIM 480199—
VIRIM480206).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Results from Compaq
Weekly Meeting prepared by Andy to Andy, Bill, Steve
Prasad, Daniel, Howard and Igor; 2 pages; dated Jul. 20,
VIRIM641649).
1998; (VIRIM641648 —
Confidential Attorneys'
Eyes Only Email from Wagle
Prasad to Bui Hong re: Example byte proxy servlet; I page;
dated Nov. 19, 1996; (VIRIM647731).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email from Prasad
Wagle to eng re: Active pri I bugs; I page; dated Dec. 18,
1996; (VIRIM650915).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email from Sean Quinlan to feedback@internetstartup. corn re: Mail demo; I page,
dated Dec. 17, 1996; (VIRIM650964).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email from Sean Quinlan to eng@internetstartup. corn re: Multiple zip files; I
page; dated Jan. 3, 1997; (VIRIM650971).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email from Prasad
Wagle to eng re: Netaccent Email Status; I page; dated Dec.
4, 1996; (VIRIM650973).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email from Stan Bailes
to feedback and Sean Quinlan re: email, I page; dated Feb.
13, 1997; (VIRIM650988).
Attorneys' Eyes Only
Confidential
Email from Mason
Ng to Chris Zulegg re: Roampage demo; 2 Pgs. ; Dec. 16,
1996 (VIRIM651003 —
VIRIM651004).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Chris
Confidential
Zulegg to squinlan@earthlink. net re: Roampage demo; I
Pg. ;Dec. 16, 1996) (VIRIM651005).
Attorneys'
Confidential
Eyes Only Email from Sean
Quinlan to feedback@internetstartup. corn re: Roampage
demo; I Pg. ; Dec. 16, 1996 (VIRIM651021).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Christine
Confidential
Ying to eng re: Update product area to NetAccent beta 1.0.1;
I Pg. ; Nov. 19, 1996 (VIRIM651045).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Christine
Confidential
Ying to eng re: [Fwd Re: relevant issues regarding IMAP4; I
Pg. ; Nov. 20, 1996 (VIRIM651051).
Attorneys' Eyes Only
Confidential
Email from Mason
Ng to Chris Zuleeg re: Roampage demo; 2 Pgs. ; Dec. 16,
1996 (VIRIM651054).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Mark
Confidential
Riggins to eng re:[Fwd: SSLava download]; I Pg. ; Nov. 7,
1996 (VIRIM651170).
Attorneys'
Confidential
Eyes Only Email from Sean
Quinlan to eng@unclebill re: Frames implementation comments; I Pg. ; Nov. 12, 1996 (VIRIM651184).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Chris
Confidential
Zuleeg to eng re:Mtg Notes Dec. 20, 1996; 2 Pgs. ; Dec. 20,
1996 (VIRIM651186).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Facsimile to Mark Riggins from Mare A. Sockol attaching figures for the invention
entitled "Roaming Internet Access System. "; 7 pages; dated
Nov. 22, 1996; (VGT540811 —
VGT540817).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Facsimile to Mark Riggins from Mare A. Sockol attaching preliminary figures for
the invention entitled "Roampage"; 7 pages; dated Nov. 15,
1996; (VGT54082 —VGT540827).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Facsimile to Mark Riggins from Mare A. Sockol attaching revised figures for the
invention entitled Roaming Internet Access System; 12
VGT542056.
pages; dated Nov. 19, 1996; (VGT542045 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Technical Architecture;
8 pages; dated Nov. 14, 1996; (VGT542200 —
VGT542207).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Minutes of the Regular
Meeting of the Board of Directors of RoamPage, Inc. ; 5
VGT578532).
pages; dated Dec. 16, 1996 (VGT578528 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
RoamPage, Inc. Your
Digital Workspace™; 37 pages; dated Feb. 1997;
(VGT632745 —
VGT632781).
US 6,085, 192 C2
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Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Data Communications
The Global Enterprise Networking
Magazine of the
McGraw —
Hill Companies Article title "Directory Services
Tie it All Together", by Lee Bruno; 8 pages; Dated Mar.
Confidential
Intellisync Translator API; Intellisync Translator PIM/PDA
Interface
Application Programming
API; API Functions Required by Intellisync Translators to
Access PIM/PDA Application Data for All Puma TechnolVIRIM 007280);
ogy Intellisync Products; (VIRIM 007261 —
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Results from Compaq
Weekly Meeting prepared by Andy to Andy, Bill, Steve
Prasad, Daniel, Howard and Igor; 2 pages; dated Jul. 20,
20 Pgs. ; (Oct. 3, 2004).
1997 (VIRIM480199 —
VIRIM480206.
VIRIM641649).
1998; (VIRIM641648 —
Confidential Attorneys'
Eyes Only Email from Wagle
Prasad to Bui Hong re: Example byte proxy servlet; 1 page;
dated Nov. 19, 1996;(VIRIM647731).
Confidential Attorneys' Eyes Only
Email from Prasad
Wagle to eng re: Active pri 1 bugs; 1 page; dated Dec. 18,
1996; (VIRIM650915).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from By way
Confidential
of zulu@internetStartup. corn re: NetScape DevEdge News,
vol. 1 No. 7, Dec. 5, 1996; 6 Pgs. ; Dec. 7, 1996
(VIRIM651221 —
VIRIM651226).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Chris
Confidential
Zuleeg to feedback@internetstartup. corn re: Alan Z's feedVIRIM651247.
back; 4 Pgs. ; Jan. 14, 1997 (VIRIM651244 —
Attorneys'
Confidential
Eyes Only Server Security
Architecutre;
34
Mar.
1997
Pgs. ;
7,
(VIRIM651457 —
VIRIM651457).
Confidential
Nov.
9,
Attorneys'
Eyes Only Feature Spec Mtg
4
Nov.
Pgs. ;
11,
1996;
1996(VIRIM651491—
VIRIM651494).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Nick
Confidential
Fodor to Jean Tripierre: Summary and next step (Redacted);
7 Pgs. ; Apr. 16, 2003; (VIRIM651737 —
VIRIM651743).
Attorneys'
Confidential
Eyes Only Email from Tim
Robbins to Becker, Robert; gkitchen@mckoolsmith. corn re:
FW: From todays NYT: E—
Mail Innovator Plans to Enlist in
the Wireless Campaign of the Patent Wars (Redacted); 6
VIRIM651768).
Pgs. ; Apr. 27, 2007; (VIRIM 651763—
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Daniel
Confidential
Mendez to Brian Bogosian re: SetNet; 4 Pgs. ; Apr. 15, 2003;
(VIRIM651775 —
VIRIM651778).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Daniel
Confidential
Mendez to Brian Bogosian; Kimberly Thomson re: Technical Due Diligence Process; 5 Pgs. ; Apr. 22, 2003;
(VIRIM651802 —
VIRIM651806).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Daniel
Confidential
Mendez to Brian Bogosian; Jean Tripier re: SetNet Meeting;
1 Pg. ; Apr. 23, 2003; (VIRIM651808).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Nick
Confidential
Fodor to Brian Bogosian re: FW: News; 6 Pgs. , Sep. 27,
VIRIM651855).
2003; (VIRIM651850 —
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Nick
Fodor to Brian Bogosian re: News; 2 Pgs. ; Nov. 5, 2003;
Confidential
(VIRIM651859 —
VIRIM651860).
Attorneys'
Eyes Only Email from Nick
Fodor to Brian Bogosian re: News; 2 Pgs. Nov. 7, 2003;
Confidential
(VIRIM651861 —
VIRIM651862).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Erik Ott
Confidential
to Daniel Mendez; Brian Bogosian re: FW: Action Items for
2
Brian;
2003;
Pgs. ;
Sep.
20,
(VIRIM651871 —
VIRIM651872).
Attorneys' Eyes Only Email from Prasad
Confidential
Wagle to eng re: priority ordered bugs (9612201349); 6 Pgs. ;
Dec. 20, 1996; (VIRIM650977 —
VIRIM650982).
Confidential
Attorneys
M. ; RF
Eyes Only~rispin,
1730 Internet Message Access Protocol Version 4; http: //
www. faqs. org/rfcs/rfc1730. html; pp. 1 —
52; (Dec. 1994).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only Austein, R. ; Synchronization Operations for Disconnected IMAP Clients; 9 Pgs. ;
VGT631143).
(Nov. 1994); (VGT631135—
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Bogosian,
B. to Tripier, J. and Brackbill, D. re: Webinar: Enterprise
Security for Palm Treo Smartphones with Good Mobile
Defense; 2 Pgs. ; (Mar. 20, 2006).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Bogosian,
B. to Patel, C. re: Update; 4 Pgs. ; (Apr. 18, 2006).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Bogosian,
B. to DePue, C., et al. re: Emailing: Products Good System Overview; 2 Pgs. ; (Dec. 16, 2003).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Narian,
S.; to Mendez, D., et al. ; re: Visto —Jet Aviation; 13 Pgs. (Jul.
26, 2005).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from McCormick, J. to DePue, C. , et al re: FW: Interesting Market Share
Info; 2 Pgs. ; (Sep. 7, 2005).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Somani,
H. to Llevano, L., et al re: Medtronic Follow Up; 2 Pgs. ;
(Nov. 7, 2003.
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Patel K.
to Herrema,
J. re: Visto; 2 Pgs. ; Aug. 8, 2005;
(VIRIM1031714—
VIRIM1031715).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Everett H.
to Scott, L., et al. re: Visto Secure 5.5 Acceptance from
Vodafone Global
Password Capabillities: 5 pgs. ; May 15,
VIRIM6953255).
2006; (VIRIM695321 —
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Mendez
D., to Everett, H. re: VES vs. BES/'GoodLin/c 4 Pgs. ; Jan. 3,
2006; (VIRIM699190—VIRIM699193).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Mendez,
D. to Diamuid, L. et al. re: I Tested the New Version of Visto
Last Night. I Have the Following Problems that Need to be
Addressed Before we can Migrat User from 3.5; 5 Pgs. ; May
VIRIM11169).
12, 2005; (VIRIM11165—
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
B. to Faussier, M. re: Introduction;
(VIRIM714518 —
VIRIM714520).
Email from Bogosian,
3 Pgs. ; Jan. 29, 2005;
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from DePue C.
to Tripier, et al. re: Visto Lacking Features?; 6 Pgs. ; Feb. 9,
VIRIM807290).
2006; (VIRIM807285 —
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Mendez,
D. to Holdebrant, C., et al. re: New Visto Mobile Enterprise
Server Edition 5.0 Now Available
Mandatory Upgrade; 5
VIRIM850767).
Pgs. ; Aug. 11, 2005; (VIRIM850763 —
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Herrema,
J. to Emeribe, C. re: Competitive Comparison on Intellisync;
5 Pgs. ; Aug. 8, 2005; (VIRIM854726 —
VIRIM854730).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Herrema,
J. to Mendez, D. re: New Visto Mobile Enterprise Server
Edition 5.0 Now Available
Mandatory Upgrade; 11 Pgs. ;
VIRIM856095).
May 19, 2005; (VIRIM856085 —
US 6,085, 192 C2
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Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Bogosian,
B. re: AWS Executive Meeting; 2 Pgs. ; Nov. 19, 2003;
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Quinlan,
S. to Geromel, J., et al. re: Email 2 Way Sync; 4 Pgs. ; Aug.
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Herrema,
J. to Emeribe, C. re: Competitive Comparison on Intellisync;
5 Pgs. ; Aug. 8, 2005; (VIRIM854726 —
VIRIM854730).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Herrema,
J. to Mendez, D. re: New Visto Enterprise Server Edition 5.0
Now Available
Mandatory Upgrade; 11 Pgs. ; May 19,
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Wagle, P.
to Mendez, D. re: Product Team Meeting Minutes (Mar. 20,
2
Mar.
2000;
2000);
Pgs. ;
24,
(VIRIM892009 —
VIRIM892010).
VIRIM856095).
2005; (VIRIM856085 —
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Bogosian,
B. re: AWS Executive Meeting; 2 Pgs. ; Nov. 19, 2003;
(VIRIM892009 —
VIRIM892010).
(VIRIM893062 —
VIRIM893064).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Bogosian,
B. to john@dfi. corn, et al. re: "This is the Message I Didn' t
Night";
send
Last
5
Mar.
Pgs.
21, 2006;
(VIRIM893104 —
VIRIM893108).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from KumarA.
to Everett H. , et al. re: Rogers Requirements List; 2 Pgs. ;
Feb. 5, 2004; (VIRIM916679 —
VIRIM916680).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Everett H.
to Somani H. , et al. re: VMES and Security at Rogers WireVIRIM923308).
less; 2 Pgs. ; Jul. 27, 2004; (VIRIM923307 —
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Bogosian,
B. to Mendez, D. re: Email Push; 2 Pgs. ; May 14, 2003;
(VIRIM934377 —
VIRIM934378).
Confidential
Intellisync Translator API; Intellisync Translator PIM/PDA
Interface
Application Programming
API; API Functions Required by Intellisync Translators to
Access PIM/PDA Application Data For All Puma TechnolVIRIM 007280);
ogy Intellisync Products; (VIRIM 007261 —
20 Pgs. ; (Oct. 3, 2004).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Everett H.
to Llevano, L. re: Board Update (PPT); 31 Pgs. Feb. 10,
2004;(VIRIM1006100; VRA0001251 —VRA0001280).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Everett
H. , to Simmons, K., et al. re: Vondafone Meeting in Seattle
Info About Best Practices with Rogers; 4 Pgs. ; Jan. 21, 2004;
(VIRIM1006138—
VIRIM1006141).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Everett H.
to Tripier, J., et al. re: Update (Update —
Docs. Attached)
Internal CCall: Rogers Review
Sync on Product Feedback
6 Pgs. ; Jan. 5, 2006; (VIRIM656732;
Requirements;
VRA0113462 —
VRA0113466).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Kansai,
U. to Brackbill, D. et al. re: Enterprise Presentation
(Revised); 5 Pgs. ; Apr. 24, 2006; (VIRIM666587;
VRA0121128 —
VRA0113466).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Herrema,
J. to Bogosian, B., et al. re: Talking Points for Poulley; 1 Pg. ;
Oct. 9, 2006; (VIRIM859200).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Shephard,
S. to Everett, H. re: Rough Draft: Competitive Capabilities
Matrix;
7
Jan.
2006;
Pgs. ;
17,
(VIRIM920830 —
VIRIM920833).
Attorneys Eyes Only
(Launch
Tour);
Presentation;
Visto
Oct.
1997;
Attorneys
Presentation;
(VGT000181 —
VGT00198).
Confidential
Technology,
Eyes Only
(VIRIM864928 —
VIRIM864929).
Confidential
Intellisync Translator API; Intellisync Translator PIM/PDA
Interface
Application Programming
API; API Functions Required by Intellisync Translators to
Access PIM/PDA Application Data for All Puma TechnolVIRIM 007280);
ogy Intellisync Products; (VIRIM 007261 —
20 Pgs. ; (Oct. 3, 2004).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Bogosian,
B. to Springer, J. re: Product; 3 Pgs. , Feb. 22, 2006;
Confidential
Corporation
VIRIM863239).
31, 2000; (VIRIM863236 —
Inc. (Software License Agreement)
VGT022599).
1997; (VGT022570 —
Puma
Jun. 10,
Confidential
Attorneys
M. ; RF
Eyes Only~rispin,
1730 Internet Message Access Protocol Version 4; http: //
www. faqs. org/rfcs/rfc1730. html; pp. 1 —
52 (Dec. 1994).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only Austein, R. ; Synchronization Operations for Disconnected IMAP Clients; 9 pp. ;
VGT631143).
(Nov. 1994); (VGT631135—
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Bogosian,
B. to Tripier, J. and Brackbill, D. re: Webinar: Enterprise
Security for Palm Treo Smartphones with Good Mobile
Defense; 2 Pgs. ; (Mar. 20, 2006).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Bogosian,
B. to Patel, C. re: Update; 4 Pgs. ; (Apr. 18, 2006).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Bogosian,
B. to DePue, C., et al. re: Emailing: Products Good System Overview; 2 Pgs. ; (Dec. 16, 2003).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from McCormick, J. to DePue, C. , et al re: FW: Interesting Market Share
Info; 2 Pgs. ; (Sep. 7, 2005).
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Somani,
H. to Llevano, L., et al re: Medtronic Follow Up; 2 Pgs. ;
(Nov. 7, 2003.
Confidential
Attorneys Eyes Only
Email from Patel K.
to Herrema,
J. re: Visto; 2 Pgs. ; Aug. 8, 2005;
(VIRIM1031714—
VIRIM1031715).
Defendant Good Technology, Inc. 's Motion for Reconsideration of Magistrate Judge Everingham's Claim Construction Order; Visto Corporation v. Good Technology, Inc. (U. S.
District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Case No. 2 —
06—CV—39—TJW); Dated Jan. 31,
2008.
Automatically Disabling. . . after a user has finished using
the data and "means for automatically disabling. . . after a
user has finished using the data" Supplemental Invalidity
Contentions; 12 pgs. ; Mar. 5, 2008.
Global Server Supplemental Invalidity Contentions: Distributed File Systems; 38 Pgs. ; Mar. 5, 2008.
Firewall Supplemental Invalidity Contentions; 24 Pgs. ; Mar.
5, 2008.
HTTP/SSL (HTTPS) Supplemental
33 Pgs. ; Mar. 5, 2008.
Invalidity
Contentions;
Smart Phone Supplemental Invalidity Contentions; 24 Pgs. ;
Mar. 5, 2008.
Translation of Formats/Translator
Supplemental Invalidity
Contentions; 19 Pgs. ; Mar. 5, 2008.
Appendix A Additional Prior Art Known to RIM; 60 Pgs.
Appendix B Additional Prior Art Known to RIM; 3 Pgs.
Infinite Technologies' Interchange Invalidates the Asserted
Claims of the '192 Patent; 198 Pgs.
Infinite Technologies' Interchange Invalidates the Asserted
Claims of the '221 Patent; 15 Pgs.
US 6,085, 192 C2
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Infinite Technologies' Interchange Invalidates the Asserted
Claims of the '679 Patent; 78 Pgs.
Infinite Technologies' Interchange Invalidates the Asserted
Claims of the '708 Patent; 59 Pgs.
Infinite Technologies' WebMail Invalidates the Asserted
Claims of the '192 Patent; 195 Pgs.
Infinite Technologies' WebMail Invalidates the Asserted
Claims of the '221 Patent; 11 Pgs.
Infinite Technologies' WebMail Invalidates the Asserted
Claims of the '679 Patent; 71 Pgs.
Infinite Technologies' WebMail Invalidates the Asserted
Claims of the '708 Patent; 1—
55 Pgs.
Rim's Supplemented Invalidity Contentions U. S. Patent
Nos. 6, 708, 221; 6, 023, 708; 6, 085, 192; 6, 151,606; Visto
Corporation v. Research In Motion, et al. (U. S. District
Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division;
Case No. 2—
06—CV—181—TJW); Dated (2008).
Rim's Supplemented Invalidity Contentions U. S. Patent No.
7,039, 679; Visto Corporation v. Research in Motion, et al.
(U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Case No. 2—
06MV —181—TJW); Dated
(2008).
Exhibit SMH 20 (Referred to in the Expert Report of Dr.
Steven Michael Hand dated Nov. 20, 2007); Research in
Motion UK Limited and Visto Corporation and Visto Corporation and Research in Motion UK Limited, et al. (in the
Patents Court).
High Court of Justice, Chancery Division
Research in Motion Limited's and Research in Motion Corporations' Third Amended Answer, Defenses and Counterclaims w/Exhibits A —
F; Appendices A & B; Visto Corporation v. Research In Motion, et al. (U. S. District Court for the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Case No.
2—
06—CV—181—); Dated (2008).
Rim's Supplemented Invalidity Contentions for U. S. Patent
No. 7, 039,679 w/Exhibit F and Appendices A & B; Visto
Corporation v. Research In Motion, et al. (U. S. District
Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division;
Case No. 2—
06—CV—181—); Dated (2008).
M. Lambert; PCMail: A Distributed Mail System for Personal Computers; pp. 1 —
38; (MS Visto 1000351—MS
Visto 1000388) (RV00145303—
RV00145340); Jun. 1988.
Developer's
Lotus
Notes
4 Application
Guide;
(SNI1475439 —SNI475912 (MS Visto 1008601—
MS Visto
1009075 (RV00153530—
RV00154004); 476 Pgs. ; (1995).
Manager's
Lotus
Notes
4 Database
Guide;
(SNI473600 —SNI473714) (MS Visto 1009007—
MS Visto
1009191 (RV00154006 —RV00154120); 115 Pgs. ;(1995).
Business Wire, Inc. ; Skytel and Compuserve Team to Provide Wireless Messaging Services in Countries Worldwide;
mail Connectivity Options It Provides for
Skytel Adds to E—
Business Markets; (RV00157469—
RV0015747); 3 Pgs. ;
(May 1, 1995).
Lotus
Notes
4 Administrator's
Survival
Guide
(RV00160532—RV00160568); 37 Pgs. ; (1996).
Developer's
UP. LINK
Version
1.0;
Guide,
(RV0024173 —RV00241788) 54 Pgs. ; (Jul. 1996).
UP. MAIL,
Version
1.0.1;
Using
(RV00241807 —RV00241828); 22 Pgs. ; (Aug. 1996).
T. Berners —
Lee, et al. ; Hypertext Transfer Protocol HTTP/
1.0, (RV00254436 —RV00254481); 46 Pgs. (Feb. 19, 1996).
M. Crispin; Interactive Mail Access Protocol Version 2;
(RV00675273 —RV00675301); 29 Pgs. ; (Aug. 1990).
Java™
Remote Method Invocation Specification, Revision
9.0; (RV00703482 —RV00703537; (May 8, 1996).
Stock Example Using RMI; (RV00710334); 1 Pg. ; (1996).
Webmail Remote E—
mail Access Via the World Wide Web
Adminstrator's
CAPTARIS
Guide; (CAPTARIS 000001 —
000042) (RV00713464 —RV00713505); 42 Pgs. ; (Dec.
1995).
Infinite Interchange
Remote Access to Almost Any LANCAPBased E—
mail From Anywhere; (CAPTARIS 000043 —
TARIS 000135) (RV00713506—
RV00713598); 93 Pgs. ;
(Jan. 1997).
Kit Standard Date and
Sync Software Development
Time Functions; (I Pg. ).
Sync Software Development Kit Translator Developer's
Guide; 95 Pgs. ; (1997).
Sync Software Development Kit Translator Class ReferVIRIM 085147); 79 Pgs. ; (1997).
ence; (VIRIM 085069—
Sync Software Development Kit TranslatorAPI Specification; (I Pg. ).
Seminar Outline; 12 Pgs.
Lamb, J., et al. Lotus Notes Network Design; (VIRIM
631466—
VIRIM 631743); 278 Pgs. ; (1996).
Transfer
Protocol Draft
Sync XP Synchronization
VIRIM 006344); 41 Pgs. ; (Oct. 3, 2004).
(VIRIM 006304 —
Lotus Notes; (VIRIM
Brown, K., et al. ; Mastering
045801 —
VIRIM 045820) 20 Pgs.
The History of Notes and Domino; (VIRIM 046140—
VIRIM
046155); pp. 1—16; http: //www —128.ibm. corn/developer—
works/lotus/library/ls
NDHistory/; (Dec. 20, 2005).
Infinite Technologies; Administrator's Guide (eWebMail)
Remote E—
Mail Access via the World Wide Web; 42 Pgs. ;
Dec. 1995; (CAPTARIS000001MAPTARIS000042).
Infinite Technologies; InterChange
Remote Access to
Almost any LAN —
Based E—
mail from Anywhere; 93 Pgs. ;
Jan. 1997; (CAPTARIS000043 —
CAPTARIS000135).
Bell South Magazine; vol. 7, No. 1; The First Decade; 16
Feb. 1994; (CNG —1252—
CNG —1267).
Pgs. ; Jan. 1994—
Bell South Magazine; vol. 6, No. 2; The Convergence of
CNG —1287).
Technologies; 20 Pgs. ; (1993); (CNG —1268—
United States Securities and Exchange Commission; Form
10—Q
25
(Mar.
1997)
Report;
Pgs. ,
11,
(NOK001174 —
NOK001198).
Nokio Connecting People; Press Releases; Nokia
World's First All —
in —
One Communicator for the
Americas;
2
Pgs. ;
19,
1996);
(Sep.
NOK002 807).
(NOK002 806—
Coded Documents; 121 Pgs.
Article Intellisync
for Pilot Synchronises
Your US
Robotics Pilot™With Your PC; 2 Pgs. ; (1996);
Article
Unveils
(NOK002932 —
NOK002933).
Technology~lipping
Report; 31 Pgs. ; Oct.
1995—
Mar. 1996; (NOK002947 —
NOK002977).
News Release Puma Technology to Aquire Intellilink; 3
NOK0029990).
Pgs. ; Mar. 22, 1996; (NOK002988 —
News Release Puma Technology Partners with Oracl
NOK002996).
Corp. ; 2 Pgs. ; Jun. 20, 1996; (NOK002985 —
News Release
Puma Technology Debuts Intellisync for
NOK003001).
Pilot; 5 Pgs. ; Aug. 9, 1996; (NOK002997 —
News Release Puma Technology Announces Support for
Novell's
Groupwise
5; 2 Pgs. ; Sep. 12, 1996;
NOK003 005).
(NOK003 004 —
News Release~eoworks and Puma Form Alliance to Provide Data —
Capabilities
for
Exchange, Synchronization
Emerging Mobile Communicating Devices; 2 Pgs. ; Sep. 25,
1996; (NOK003008 —NOK003009).
Puma
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News Release Puma Technology's Intellisync
Product
Family Now Supports Goldmine Contact Manager SoftNOK003012).
ware; 3 Pgs. ; Nov. 18, 1996; (NOK003010 —
News Release Puma Technology™to Preview New Generation of Intellisync
Content —
Aware Synchronization
Software for Windows CE at Comdex; 3 Pgs. ; Nov. 18,
1996;(NOK003013 —
NOK003015).
News Release Puma Technology™Extends Intellisync
Product Line to Hewlett —
Packard HP 200LX Palmtop PC; 4
NOK003019).
Pgs. ; Nov. 18, 1996; (NOK003016 —
News Release Puma Technology's New Generation of
Windows CE Content —
Aware Synchronization Software and
Windows NT Version of Tranxit Mobile Data Exchange
Software to be Highlighted at Microsoft's Comdex Booth; 3
NOK003022).
Pgs. ; Nov. 18, 1996; (NOK003020 —
Intellicsync for Pilot User's Manual; 54 Pgs. ; (1996);
(NOK003096 —
NOK003 149).
Unwired Planet Using UP. MAIL Version 1.01; 22 Pgs. ;
GTI007223).
Aug. 1996; (GTI007202 —
Article AT&T Wireless Services "Extending Your NetInvestments";
work
2
Pgs. ;
(1997);
(GTI007529 —GTI007530).
Article AT&T Wireless Services "Who's Wireless?"; 4
GTI007534).
Pgs. ; (1997); (GTI007531 —
Article AT&T Worldnet
Intranet Connect Service
1
Pg. ; (1996); (GTI007535).
Article AT&T Wireless Services Wireless Data: DevelGTI007538).
oper Program; 3 Pgs. ; (1997); (GTI007536—
Article AT&T Worldnet
Features and Functionality
5
GTI007543).
Pgs. ; (1997); (GTI007539—
Article AT&T Wireless Services Wireless Data 1 Pg. ;
(1997); (GTI007544).
Article AT&T Wireless Services Wireless Data: Pocketnet™;
2 Pgs. ; (1997); (GTI007545 —
GTI007546).
Article AT&T Wireless Services Wireless Data: Pocket2
(Service
Applications);
Pgs. ;
(1997);
(GTI007547 —GTI007548).
Article AT&T Wireless Services More About Us: Press
Releases
(Wireless Data Division); 2 Pgs. ; (1996);
(GTI007549 —GTI007550).
Article AT&T Wireless Services More About Us: Press
net™
Releases
(Unwired Planet Announces Open Architecture);
3 Pgs. ; (May 6, 1997); (GTI007551 —
GTI007553).
Article AT&T Wireless Services More About Us: Press
Releases
(Allaire and AT&T Wireless Services Work
Together to Enable the Next Generation of Wireless Internet
and Intranet Applications);
4 Pgs. ; (Mar. 4, 1997);
(GTI007554 —GTI007557).
FAQ's General; (GTI007558~TI007559).
FAQ's General; (GTI007558~TI007559).
AT&T Wireless Services; White Paper: Lotus Notes in a
Wireless World; 31Pgs. ; (1996); (GTI007784 —
GTI007814).
Article AT&T Wireless Services Developers: White
GTI007816).
Papers; 2Pgs. ; (1997); (GTI007815—
AT&T Wireless Services; White Paper: Wireless E—
mail
Systems
(Lotus
Solutions);
28Pgs. ;
(1996);
(GTI007847 —GTI007874).
Motorola
PSD Home CC: Mail Software Features and
Benefits; 3Pgs. ; (1997); (GTI007920 —
GTI007922).
Article Motorola
PSD Home Lotus Notes Software
Features
and
Benefits;
3Pgs. ;
(1997);
(GTI007923 —GTI007925).
Nokia 9000 Communicator
Internet;
2Pgs. ; (1996);
(GTI007959—GTI007960).
Nokia 9000 Communicator WWW Browser Style Guide;
4Pgs. ; Chapters 5 —9; (1996); (GTI007974~TI007977).
Nokia 9000 Communicator WWW Browser Style Guide;
4Pgs. ; Chapters 1 —
4; (1996); (GTI007978~TI007981).
Nokia 9000 Communicator WWW SMS Forms Extention;
6Pgs. ; Chapters 5 —6; (1996); (GTI007982~TI007987).
Nokia 9000 Communicator WWW SMS Forms Extention;
4Pgs. ; Chapters 1 —
4; (1996); (GTI007988~TI007991).
Nokia 9000 Communicator
Products: Nokia 9000 Communicator; 2Pgs. ; (1996); (GTI007992 —
GTI007993).
Nokia 9000 Communicator
Products: Technical SpecificaGTI007997).
tions; 4Pgs. ; (1996); (GTI007994 —
Press Release Nokia 9000 Communicator
Nokia Pioneers New Product Category With the World's First AllIn —
One
Communicator;
2Pgs. ;
(1996);
(GTI008011—GTI008012).
Nokia 9000 Communicator;
Nokia
Support
World's First All —
In —
One Communicator for the
Americas: PCS1900 Version of the Revelutionary Nokia
9000 Communicator to Hit the Market in 1997; 2Pgs. ;
Article
Unveils
(1996); (GTI008013~TI008014).
Nokia 9000 Quick Guide for Nokia 9000 ComSupport
municator; 2Pgs. ; (1996); (GTI008017—
GTI008018).
—
Personal Access Links (PALS) FAQ; PCSI PAL Phone: Frequently Asked Questions About PALS; (1997); 1Pg. ;
(GTI008925).
Personal Access Links (PALS) FAQ
PCSI PAL Phone;
(1997); 1Pg. ; (GTI008926).
Personal Access Links (PALS) FAQ
PCSI PAL Phone;
Personal Access Links (PALS) FAQ
PCSI PAL Phone;
(1997); 2Pgs. ; (GTI008927 —GTI008928).
(1997); 2Pgs. ; (GTI008929—GTI008930).
Unwired Planet
Up. Link; Now. Internet Access From Your
Cellular Phone; (1996); 4Pgs. ; (GTI010241~TI010244).
Unwired Planet
Using the Up. Browser; Version 1.01;
Unwired
Planet,
Inc. ;
18Pgs. ;
(1996);
(GTI010245 —GTI010262).
Unwired Planet
HDML Language Reference; Version 1.0;
Unwired
Planet,
Inc. ;
60Pgs. ;
(1996);
(GTI010263—GTI010322).
Unwired Planet; 2Pgs. ; (GTI010323—
GTI010324).
Glenn McDonald; PCWorld
Spring Internet World; New
Generation
Agendas Revealed: Netscape to Introduce Next —
Commerce Reign. ; (1997);
Tools; Push Products and E—
GTI010326).
2Pgs. ; (GTI010325 —
Vantive News & Events
Vantive Voice; The Vantive Corpo-
ration; (1996); IPg. ;(GTI010332).
L. Julian and L. Schulke; Vantive News & Events Vantive
First to Integrate With Palmpilot Organizer Using Microsoft
Outlook and Minivan: Vantive Offers Palmpilot Access to
Vantive Software Through Unwired Planet's Up. Browser;
The
Vantive
Corporation;
(1997);
3Pgs. ;(GTI010333~TI010335).
B. Tate
and V. Hellevik; Vantive News & Events
Vantive
First to Integrate Client/Server ApplicationsWith AT&T's
New Internet —
Enabled Cellular Phones: Vantive Uses
Unwired Planet's Up. Link Technology to Put Customer
Asset Management in the Palm of Your Hand; The Vantive
Corporation; (1996); 3Pgs. ;(GTI010347~TI010349).
Vantive
News
& Events Vantive Voice; Vantive
On —
The~o: Going Mobile; The Vantive Corporation;
(1997); 3Pgs. ;(GTI010353—GTI010355).
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Products'
Vantive
Mobile;
Going
—The —Go; Vantive
The
Vantive
On —
The —
Go:
Corporation;
(1997);
3Pgs. ;(GTI010356~TI010358).
Vantive
The
Products
Vanweb;
Vantive
Vanweb: Product
Corporation;
Datasheet;
(1997);
3Pgs. ;(GTI010359~TI010361).
Motorola
Personal
Wireless Communicator;
Envoy
Motorola, Inc. ; (1994); 2Pgs. ; (GTI012394—
GTI012395).
Marco Wireless Communicator;
Motorola,
Inc. ; (1994); 2Pgs. ; (GTI012440 —GTI012441).
Article Motorola
Envoy Personal Wireless Communicator; Motorola Envoy Personal Wireless Communicator:
Motorola
Products
Features
Summary;
(GTI012442 —GTI012449).
8Pgs. ;
Press Release Allan Carter; Infinite Interchange
Work
With Your Network E—
mail on a Cellular Phone
and More;
(1996); 3Pgs. ; (GTI013018~TI013020).
Article Looksmart
Business Wire; Ardis Begins ShipBased E—
mail Software; First Wireless Data
ping New LAN —
Network to Offer Solution for Microsoft Mail and Lotusr
CC:Mail Applications; Supports New Motorola Envoy 150
Wireless
Communicator;
2Pgs. ;
(1996);
(GTI013048—GTI013049).
Article Looksmart; Melissa Corbett; Choosing the Perfect
PDS: Personal Digital Assistants Help Busy Professionals
Evaluation; Earl G. Graves Publishing Co. , Inc. ; (1996);
GTI013051).
2Pgs. ; (GTI013050—
Press Release Infinite Interchange; A. Carter and J. Gehrt;
Access to LAN —
Based E—
mail on a Cellular Phone Offered
via Infinite Interchange and AT&T Pocketnet? Service;
(1997); 3Pgs. ; (GTI013095~TI013097).
Press Release Infinite Interchange; Allan Carter et al. ; Infinite Technologies Uses Unwired Planet's Up. Link TechnolBased E—
mail From a Cellular
ogy to Offer Access to LAN —
Phone: Solution Benefits a Mobile Workforce; (1997);
3Pgs. ; (GTI013098—GTI013100).
Byte Magazine; The Firewall Dilemma: Too Few
Too Many
Doors;
Byte; (1996); 2Pgs. ;
(GTI013203—GTI013204).
S. Garfinkel and G. Spafford; Computer Security: Practical
Unix & Internet Security, 2 Edn. ; O'Reilly & Associates,
Inc. , (1996); 35Pgs. ; (GTI013641—GTI013675).
Ron Schneiderman; Wireless Personal Communications: The
Future of Talk; Chapter 8; IEEE Press; (1994); 16Pgs. ;
(GTI013725—GTI013740).
Ardis Network Security Guide; Ardis; (1991); 21Pgs. ;
(GTI016353—GTI016373).
Ardis
Connectivity
Guide; Ardis;
(1991); 114Pgs. ;
(GTI016399—GTI016512).
Features;
3
FAQs Product
Pgs. ;
(GTI007560 —GTI007562).
AT&T Wireless Services Wireless data: Pocket Net™
The AT&T PocketNet™Story; 1 Pg. ; (GTI007563).
AT&T Wireless Services Wireless data: Pocket Net™
Internet and Intranet Platforms; 1 Pg. ; (GTI007564).
AT&T Wireless Services Wireless data: Pocket Net™
At&T PocketNet™ Network Summary View; 1 Pg. ;
(GTI007565).
AT&T Wireless Services Wireless data: Pocket Net™
At&T PocketNet™Network Detail View; 1 Pg; (GTI
Article
Locks,
007566).
Press Releases MobileWare Corporation and AT&T Wireless Services Announce Agreement; 3 Pgs. ; Jan. 18, 2007;
(GTI007567.
AT&T Wireless Services products & services: Wireless
IP End —
user Equipment and Services; 3 Pgs. ; Jan. 18,
2007; (GTI007570).
AT&T Wireless Services wireless data: Developer Program; 3 Pgs. ; Jan. 18, 2007; (GTI007573.
FAQs Application Development; 2 Pgs. ; Jan. 18, 2007;
(GTI007576).
In the Future; 2 Pgs. Jan. 18, 2007; (GTI0007578).
AT&T Wireless Services wireless data: Products & Services~rdering Information; 1 Pg. ; (GTI007580).
AT&T WorldNet
Intranet Connect Services
The Business Connection Inside and Out; 1 Pg. ; Jan 18, 2007;
FAQs
(GTI007593).
Broad Business Reach; 4 Pgs. ; Jan.
18, 2007; (GTI007594~TI007597).
Features and Functionality
Dual Protocol IP/IPX; 5 Pgs. ;
Jan. 18, 2007 (GTI007598 —
007602).
Tell Me More Intranet Access for Closed User Groups
AT&T WorldNet Intranet Connect Service; 3 Pgs. ; Jan. 18,
2007; (GTI007603~TI007605).
AT&T Wireless Services Application Considerations for
Mobile —
End Systems; 27 Pgs. ; Copyright 1996 AT&T Wireless Services, Incorporated; (GTI007695 —
GTI007721).
AT&T Wireless Services~DPD and Digital Cellular Networks; 27 Pgs; Copyright 1995 AT&T Wireless Services,
GTI007748).
Incorporated; (GTI007723 —
AT&T Wireless Services Developing Applications for the
PocketNet Phone; Copyright 1996 AT&T Wireless Services,
GTI007783).
Incorporated; (GTI007771 —
Stokell, I.; AT&T's Pocketnet Cellular Phone Access Internet Info; (GTI 018340—
GTI 018341); 2 Pgs. , (Jul. 12, 1996).
Woods, B.; AT&T, GTE Agree to Link Wireless Networks;
(GTI 018342); 1 Pg. , (Jul. 29, 1996).
Woods, B.; AT&T, Allaire Work on Wireless Internet; (GTI
018343); 1 Pg. , (Mar. 5, 1997).
McKenna, P. ; AT&T's Pocketnet Phone Offers Infospace
Directory; (GTI 018344); 1Pg. , (Oct. 9, 1996).
D. ; AT&T Touts Wireless Surfing; (GTI
Pappalardo,
018345); 1 Pg. ; (Feb. 17, 1997).
Syclo to Deliver Wireless Access to Enterprise Messaging
GTI 018349);
Systems from Mobile Phones; (GTI 018348—
2 Pgs. ; (Dec. 10, 1996).
AT&T Wireless Services and Syclo to Provide Wireless Data
Solutions; (GTI 018350~TI 018351); 2 Pgs. ; (Apr. 18,
Business Advantage
1996).
Announces
Availability
of Agentry;
018352—GTI 018353); 2 Pgs. ; (Feb. 22, 1996).
Syclo
(GTI
Syclo Announces Availability of Syclo Information Manager
2.0 for MS Schedule+; (GTI 018354~TI 018356); 3 Pgs. ;
(JUI. 22, 1997).
Syclo Announces Agentry's Support for Dynamic Network
GTI 018358); 2 Pgs. ; (Jun. 12,
Switching; (GTI 018357—
1996).
Syclo Information Manager First Solution to Provide Wireless Access to Enterprise Messaging Systems from Mobile
Phones; (GTI 018359—
GTI 018360); 2 Pgs; (Mar. 3, 1997).
Syclo Joins Unwired Planet's Alliance Program to Deliver
Enterprise Wireless Solutions; (GTI 018361—
GTI 018362);
2 Pgs. ; (Oct. 14, 1996).
Syclo Information Manager 2.0 for Lotus Notes Now AvailGTI 018364); 2 Pgs. ; (Oct. 27, 1997).
able; (GTI 018363—
Wexler, J.; Cell Users Get Cheap Data Access; (GTI
018365); 1 Pg. ; (Jul. 15, 1996).
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J.; AT&t Builds CDPD, but What Is It Good for?;
(GTI 018366—GTI 018367); 2 Pgs. ; (Sep. 16, 1996).
Motorola Airmobile Wireless Software for Lotus CC:Mail,
Airmobile Wireless Software for CC:Mail Com Server & I
User Starter Pack; (GTI 018368—
GTI 018373); 6 Pgs. ,
Wexler,
(1995).
Motorola Airmobile Wireless Software for Lotus CC:Mail
Communication Client Guide; (GTI 018423—
GTI 018475);
53 Pgs. , (1995).
Motorola Airmobile Wireless Software for Lotus CC:Mail
Motorola Software License Agreement; (GTI 018476—
GTI
018477); 2 Pgs.
Motorola Airmobile Wireless Software for CC:Mail, Airmobile Software Products Communication Server for CC:Mail
Photos of Floppy; (GTI 018478—
GTI 018479); 2 Pgs. ,
(1995).
Motorola Airmobile Wireless Software for CC:Mail, Airmobile Software Products Communication Client for CC:Mail
Photos of Floppy; (GTI 018480—
GTI 018481); 2 Pgs. ,
(1995).
Motorola Airmobile Wireless Software for Lotus CC:Mail,
Motorola Quick Reference Guide: (GTI 018482—
GTI
018483); 2 Pgs.
Motorola Airmobile Wireless Software for Lotus CC:Mail
Checklist; (GTI 018484); 1 Pg.
Motorola Airmobile Wireless Software for Lotus CC:Mail,
Airmobile Product Registration Card; (GTI 018485—
GTI
018486); 2 Pgs.
Ardis $75 Toward 13' Month of Ardis Service Plan Airtime
Charges with Airmobile Wireless Software for Lotus
CC:Mail; (GTI 018487); 1 Pg. ; (1995).
Lotus CC:Mail Mobile Email for Windows;
(GTI
018488—GTI 018493); 6 Pgs. ; (1994).
Lotus CC:Mail Release 2 E—
Mail for Windows User's
Guide; (GTI 018684~TI 019012); 329 Pgs. (1993).
Lotus CC:Mail Mobile for Windows Release 2. 10 Disk 1
(Setup), Photo of Floppy; (GTI 019013); 1 Pg. , (1994).
Lotus CC:Mail Mobile for Windows Release 2. 10 Disk 2,
Photo of Floppy; (GTI 019014); 1 Pg. ; (1994).
Lotus CC:Mail Mobile for Windows Release 2. 10 Disk 3,
Photo of Floppy; (GTI 019015); 1 Pg. ; (1994).
Lotus CC:Mail Mobile for Windows Release 2. 10 Disk 4,
Photo of Floppy; (GTI 019016); 1 Pg. ; (1994).
Lotus CC:Mail Mobile for Windows Release 2. 10 Disk 5
(Install) Tutorial (Optional), Photo of Floppy; (GTI
019017); 1 Pg. ; (1994).
Lotus Warrenty Registration Card for Canada Carte De
Garantie Pour Le Canada; (GTI 019018~TI 019019); 2
Pgs.
Lotus Product Registration
GTI
Card; (GTI 019020—
019021); 2 Pgs. , (1993).
Lotus Software Agreement; (GTI 019022—
GTI 019023); 2
Pgs.
Teleadapt Brochure; (GTI 019024~TI 019027); 4 Pgs.
Lotus and IBM Lotus CC: Mail Brochure; (GTI 019028—
GTI
019029); 2 Pgs. ; (1994).
Customer Support for Lotus CC:Mail; (GTI 019030—
GTI
019031); 2 Pgs.
Letter to Lotus CC:Mail Customer re Lotus CC:Mail Mobile
for Windows Release 2. 1 Upgrade; (GTI 019032); 1 Pg. ;
(Aug. 29, 1994).
Important Tips for First Time Users; (GTI 019033); 1 Pg.
Quick Reference Card CC:Mail for Windows, Version 2.0;
(GTI 019034—GTI 019039); 6 Pgs. ; (1993).
Media Exchange; (GTI 019040~TI 019041); 2 Pgs.
Screen Shot of File Folders; (GTI 019042); 1 Pg.
Screen Shot of Website; (GTI 019043); 1 Pg.
"Constellation"; (GTI 019044); 1 Pg.
Screen Shot of Fedex Website; (GTI 019045); 1 Pg.
Index of / Comprod/tech
preview/images/
(GTI 019047); 1
http: //web. archive. org/web/19991005143823/
Pg. ;
home. nets cape. corn/compr. . ..
Screen Shot of Royal Airways Website; (GTI 019048); 1 Pg.
Screen Shot of Royal Airways Website; (GTI 019049); 1 Pg.
Screen Shot of Netscape Logout; (GTI 019050); 1 Pg.
Screen Shot of Royal Airways Website; (GTI 019051); 1 Pg.
Page with Line; (GTI 019052); 1 Pg.
Netscape Constellation, Desktop and Application Integration; (GTI 019053); 1 Pg. ; http: //web. achrive. org/web/
19970617055832/http:home. netscape. corn. . . ; (1997).
Extensible Architecture;
Netscape Constellation,
(GTI
1
019054);
http: //web. achrive. org/web/
Pg. ;
19970617055856/http:home. netscape. corn. . . ; (1997).
Netscape Constellation, HomePort; (GTI 019055); 1 Pg. ;
http://web. achrive. org/web/19970617055819/
http:home. netscape. corn. . . ; (1997).
Technology Preview, Infostream; (GTI 019056); 1 Pg. ;
http://web. achrive. org/web/1970617055844/
http:home. netscape. corn. . . ; (1997).
Technology Preview, Live Sites; (GTI 019057); 1 Pg. ; http. //
web. achrive. org/web/19970617055838/htp:home.
netscape. corn. . . ; (1997).
Preview,
Location
Technology
Independence;
(GTI
1
019058);
http: //web. achrive. org/web/
Pg. ;
19970617055902/hppt:home. netscape. corn. . . ; (1997).
Technology Preview, Notification; (GTI 019059); 1 Pg. ;
http://web. achrive. org/web/19970617055850/
http:home. netscape. corn. . . ; (1997).
Netscape Constellation, Technology Preview, Constellation
Overview;
(GTI 019060—GTI 019061); 1 Pg. ; http: //
web. achrive. org/web/19970616214424/http:home. netscape.
corn. . . ; (1997).
Preview,
Constellation
Preview;
Technology
(GTI
019062—GTI 019063); 2 Pgs. ; http: //web. achrive. org/web/
19970616214418/http:home. netscape. corn. . . ; (1997).
Technology Preview Overview Table of Contents; (GTI
019065); 1 Pg.
Screen Shot of Memorandum; (GTI 019066); 1 Pg.
Remote Method Invocation Specification; (GTI
019148—GTI 019243); 96 Pgs. ; (Feb. 10, 1997).
Chapman, B., et al. ; Building Internet Firewalls; (GTI
019295 GTI 019836); 542 Pgs. ; (1995).
Sun JDK 1.1 Beta Documentation Version JDK1.1 Beta2;
(GTI 019837—GTI 023252); 3,416 Pgs. ; http: //www.
tns. les. mit. edu/manuals/java —
api —1.1beta2/index. html;
Java
(1996).
AT&T Announces First Customers for Managed Internet
Service for Businesses; (GTI 027734~TI 027738); 5 Pgs. ;
(Sep. 12, 1995).
AT&T Integrates Intranet Capabilities Into AT&T Worldnet(SM) Service; (GTI 027739~TI 027740); 2 Pgs. ; (Jul.
16, 1996).
Crispin, M. ; Distributed Electronic Mail Models in IMAP4;
(MS Visto 1000017—MS Visto 1000019); 3 Pgs. ; (Dec.
1994).
R. ; Datasync Line Matches Up; (MS Visto
1006475—MS Visto 1006476); 2 Pgs. ; (May 23, 1994).
Gryphon,
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Dahl, A. ; Lotus Notes 4 Administrator's
Survival Guide; 64
Pgs. ; (1996).
Survival Guide;
Dahl, A. ; Lotus Notes 4 Administrator's
(SNI704304 —SNI704475); 172 Pgs. ; (1996).
Survival Guide;
Dahl, A. ; Lotus Notes 4 Administrator's
(SNI704476 —SNI704956); 481 Pgs. ; (1996).
ARRL Amateur Radio Computer Networking Conferences
1—
4 Pioneer Papers On Packet Radio 1981—1985; (VIRIM
1063131—VIRIM 1063643); 513 Pgs. ; (1985).
Visto Corporation v Research Motion Limited and Research
Motion Corporation No. 2—
06CV —181 Transcript of Deposition of Daniel Mendez; 81 Pgs. ; (Apr. 15, 2008).
Visto Corporation v Good Technology, Inc. Civil Action No.
2:06MV—39 TJW, Defendant Good Technology, Inc. 's
Supplemental Response to Visto Corporation's Interrogatory
No. 6; 29 Pgs. (Jan. 29, 2008).
Kelly, K. et al. ; Push! Kiss Your Browser Goodbye: The
Radical Future of Media Beyond the Web; (GTI 018230~T
018237); 8 Pgs. ; http: //www. wired. corn/wired/archive/5. 03/
ff push pr. html; (Mar. 1997).
Infoworld Reports Constellation Approaching; Netscape's
Future Web Client to Deliver a Universal Interface; (GTI
018238—GTI 018239); 2 Pgs. ; http: //www. prnewswire. corn/
bin/stories. pl? ACCT=104& STORY=/www/story/
cgi —
70747&EDATE=.
at Your Desktop; (GTI
Netscape Aims Constellation
018240—GTI 018241); 2 Pgs. ; http: //www. pcworld. corn/
printable/article/id. 4323/printable. html; (Mar. 3, 1997).
Thurrott, P. ; Netscape Constellation Beta Due in June; (GTI
018242—GTI 018243); 2 Pgs. ; http: //www. windowsitpro.
corn/articles/print. cfm?articleid=16815; (Mar. 3, 1997).
Microsoft Press Computer Dictionary Third Edition; (GTI
019067—GTI 019069); 3 Pgs. ; (1997).
AARL/CRRL Amateur Radio 9' Computer Networking
Conference, London, Ontario Canada; 294 Pgs. ; Sep. 22,
1990 (VIRIM1065973 —VIRIM1066266). *
Daniel P. Slewiorek, C. Gordon Bell, and Allen Newell,
"Computer Structures: Principles and Examples"; 46 Pgs.
(VIRIM1071487 —
VIRIM1071532). *
Robert E. Kahn, Steven A. Gronemeyer, Jerry Burchfiel, and
Ronald C. Kunzelman, Advances in Packet Radio TechnolVIRIM1075241). *
ogy, 28 Pgs. (VIRIM1075214 —
John B. Pealman, "Design With Microcontrollers"; CopyVIRIM1075305). *
right 1988; 27 Pgs. (VIRIM1075279 —
Chapter 3 How Notes Will Change You and Your Company; Chapter 4 Assimilating Notes; Chapter 5 The Best
and Worst Ways to Use Notes; Chapter 6 Presenting the
Vision for Notes; Chapter 7 Implementing Notes; Chapter
8 Developing Applications in Notes; and Chapter 9 50
to
Use
277
Notes;
Ways
Pgs.
(VIRIM1075593 —
VIRIM1075721). *
"Mobility Support
Charles E. Perkins, David B. Johnson
in IPv6"; 11 Pgs. (VIRIM1080756 —
VIRIM1080766). *
Portable Terminal User's Guide Third Edition (June
1985); 277 Pgs. (VIRIM1080895 —VIRIM1081171).*
GSM Recommendation; 03.04; Title: "Short Message Service";
Nov.
13
1987;
27,
Pgs.
(VIRIM1084392 —
VIRIM1084404). *
"Technical Support Services Premier Program
Blackberry
Levels"; 2 Pgs. (VIRIM1093475 —
VIRIM1093476). *
Example 3 Aug. 30, 1996 Additional fields for Oracle
and Notes; 1 Pg. (VRIM041514). *
Example 4 Jan. 29, 1996 "Live" Forecast System; 1 Pg.
(VIRIM1041518.
RFC 1730 Internet Message Access Protocol
52 Pgs. (RV00150559).
The IMAP Connection
Version 4;
IMAP Status and History; 96 Pgs.
(RV160111—
RV00160206).
IMAP4 Disconnected Access "Synchronization
tions for Disconnected IMAP4 Clients"; November
Opera-
1994; 6
RV00162389).
Pgs. (RV00162384 —
Internet Draft IMAP4Disconnected Access "Synchronization Operations for Disconnectged IMAP4 Clients", Nov.
10, 1994; 8 Pgs (RV00166125—RV00166132).
Tunneling SSL Through a WWW Proxy Internet Draft;
RV00170087).
Aug. 9, 2006; 4 Pgs. (RV00170084 —
Exhibit K Business Wire article in regards to Sky Tel and
RV00190076).
CompuServe; 4 Pgs. (RV00190074—
Administrator's
Suitespot
Guide Netscape Mail Server,
Version 2.0; 171 Pgs. (RV00226326 —
RV00226496).
User's Guide Netscape Mail Server, Version
Suitespot
2.0; 35 Pgs. (RV00226497 —RV00226531).
Network Working Group
R. Austein Internet Draft:
IMAP4 Disconnected Access Epilogue Technology
Document: internet~rafts/draft —
ietf—imap —disc —Ol. txt
November 1994 "Synchronization Operations for Disconnected IMAP4 Clients"; 8Pgs (RV0000296201V00296208).
Comparing Two Approaches to Remote Mailbox Access:
IMAP vs POP; Written Nov. 5, 1993; Revised Sep. 8, 1995;
4 Pgs. (RV00673551 —
RV00673554).
IMAP: The Internet Message Access Protocol by Terry
RV0067556).
Gray; 2 Pgs. (RV00673555 —
Interactive Mail Access Protocol Version 2 M. Crispin;
RV00675301).
Aug. 1990; 29 Pgs. (RV00675273 —
Interactive Mail Access Protocol Version 3 J Rice; Feb.
1991; 46 Pgs. (RV00675302 —RV00675347).
"Communicator Integration"; Copyright 1997? Netscape
Communications Corporation; 1 Pg. (RV00703453).
Desktop and Application Integration; Copyright 1997?
Communications
2
Netscape
Corporation;
Pgs.
(RV00703454 —RV00703455).
"Extensible Architecture"; Copyright? 1997 Netscape Communications Corporation; 1 Pg. (RV00703456).
"Homepot"; Copyright? 1997 Netscape Communications
Corporation; 1 Pg. (RV00703457).
"Infostream"; Copyright? 1997 Netscape Communications
Corporation; 1 Pg. (RV00703458).
"Live Sites";Copyright? 1997 Netscape Communications
RV00703460).
Corporation; 2 Pgs. (RV00703459 —
"Location Independence"; Copyright? 1997 Netscape Communications Corporation; 1 Pg. (RV00703461).
"Notification"; Copyright? 1997 Netscape Communications
Corporation; 1 Pg. (RV00703462).
"Constellation Overview"; Copyright ? 1997 Netscape
Communications Corporation; 2 Pg. (RV00703464).
"Homepot"; Copyright ? 1997 Netscape Communications
Corporation; 1 Pg. (RV00703478).
"Communicator Integration"; Copyright ? 1997 Netscape
Communications Corporation; 1 Pg. (RV00703479).
"Constellation Overview"; Copyright ? 1997 Netscape
Communications
2
Corporation;
Pg.
(RV00703480 —RV00703481).
"Java™
Remote Method Invocation Specification Revision
0.9";
Drafat
56
1996;
May
Pgs.
8,
(RV00703482 —RV00703537).
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The Norton PC Anywhere For Windows
The
Symantec
Communications
Tool Made Easy for Everyday Use
Version 1.0 Using Norton pcAnywhere
for Windows;
1992 Microsoft Corporation;
307 Pgs.
Copyright
(RV007046 69—RV00704975).
JavaScript Bible 2 Edition; 13 Pgs.
JAVASCRIPT™ Bible, 2
D. Goodman,
Edition;
(RV00704976 —RV00705596); 621 Pgs. ; (1996).
Norton PCAnywhere™ For Windows; Version 1.0; Symantec Corporation; (RV00705597 —
RV00705815); 219 Pgs. ;
(1993).
Norton PCAnywhere™ For DOS; Version 5; Symantec Corporation; (RV00705816—
RV00706174); 359 Pgs. ; (1994).
Creating PCAnywhere™ Scripts; Version 2; Symantec Cor(RV00706175 —RV00706440);
266
poration;
Pgs. ;
(1993—1996).
Creating Norton PCAnywhere™ Scripts; Version 2; Symantec Corporation; (RV00706441 —
RV00706695); 255 Pgs. ;
(1993—1994).
Creating Norton PCAnywhere™ Scripts; Version 2; Symantec Corporation; (RV00706696 —
RV00706951); 256 Pgs. ;
(1993—1994).
Using Norton PCAnywhere™ For Windows; Version 2;
Symantec Corporation (RV00706952 —
RV00707281); 330
Pgs. ; (1993—1994).
PCAnywhere32™ User's Guide; Version 2; Symantec Cor(RV0707282 —RV00707548);
267
poration;
Pgs. ;
(1993—1997).
JDK™
1.1.8 Documentation; Java™
Development
Kit; VerInc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710056—RV00710058); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1998).
JDK 1.1 Internationalization
Overview; Version 1.1; Sun
Microsystems, Inc. ; (RV00710059—
RV00710060); 2 Pgs. ;
sion
1.1.8;
Sun
(1996—1999).
JDK 1.1 Internationalization
Overview; Version 1.1; Sun
Microsystems, Inc; (RV00710061 —
RV00710062); 2 Pgs. ;
(1996—1998).
JDK 1.1 Internationalization
Overview; Version 1.1; Sun
Microsystems, Inc; (RV00710063—
RV00710070); 8 Pgs. ;
(1996—1998).
JDK
Platform
1.1; Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710071 —RV00710072); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Security and Signed Applets; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710073—RV00710074); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1998).
Java Security API Overview; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710075 —RV00710077); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Security in JDK 1.1; Access Control Abstractions; Sun
Microsystems, Inc. ; (RV00710078—
RV00710081); 4 Pgs. ;
(1996—1997).
Why Should I Care About X.509 Certificates?; Sun MicroInc. ; (RV00710082 —
systems,
RV00710084); 3 Pgs. ;
(1997—1997).
Java™Cryptography
Architecture; API Specification &
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710085 —RV00710109); 25 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
How to Implement a Provider For the Java™
Cryptography
Architecture;
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710110—RV00710124); 15 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
The
Java
Javakey
Security
Tool;
(RV00710125—RV00710133); 9 Pgs.
AWT
Enhancements;
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710134); I Pg. ; (1996—1998).
How to Convert Programs
to the 1.1 AWT API:
(RV00710135—RV00710145); 11 Pgs.
Reference;
Sun
Methods
in
the
1.1
AWT;
(RV00710146—RV00710149) 4 Pgs.
Simple Name Changes; (RV00710150—
RV00710151); 2
Deprecated
Pgs.
Examples of Using the JDK 1.1 AWT; (RV00710152); I Pg.
Incompatible
in
the
1.1 AWT API;
Changes
(RV00710153—RV00710154); 2 Pgs.
JDK 1.1 Event Examples; (RV00710155); I Pg.
JDK 1.1 Event Examples; (RV00710156—
RV00710157); 2
Pgs.
Lightweight Components; (RV00710158—
RV00710159); 2
Pgs.
Gauge Lightweight Component Example; (RV00710160); I
Pg.
Button Lightweight
Component
Openlook
Example;
(RV00710161); I Pg.
Round
Button
Component
Lightweight
Example;
(RV00710162); I Pg.
Unicode Example; (RV00710163); I Pg.
Unicode Example; (RV00710164); I Pg.
Unicode Example; (RV00710165); I Pg.
Symbols; (RV00710166); I Pg.
Symbols; (RV00710167); I Pg.
Symbols; (RV00710168); I Pg.
Symbols; (RV00710169); I Pg.
Symbols; (RV00710170); I Pg.
Symbols; (RV00710171); I Pg.
Java AWT: Data Transfer; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710172—RV00710178); 7 Pgs. ; (1996).
Java AWT: Desktop Colors; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710179—RV00710181); 3Pgs. ; (1996).
Java AWT: Delegation Event Model; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ; (RV00710182—RV00710191); 10 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDK 1.1 —
AWT Enhancements;
Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710192—RV00710193); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java AWT: Lightweight UI Framework; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ; (RV00710194—RV00710196); 3 Pgs. ; (1997).
Java AWT: Mouseless Operation; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710197—RV00710199); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
AWT: The Next Generation; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710200—RV00710201); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java AWT: Popup Menu; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710202 —RV00710203); 2 Pgs. ; (1996).
Java
AWT:
Sun
Inc. ;
Printing;
Microsystems,
(RV00710204 —RV00710206); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java AWT: Scrollpane Container; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710207 —RV00710208); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
AWT Graphics
Inc. ;
Clip API; Sun Microsystems,
(RV00710209—RV00710210); 2 Pgs. ; (1996).
AWT Image Rendering API; Sun Micro systems, Inc. ;
(RV00710211—RV00710213); 3 Pgs. ; (1996).
AWT Image Scaling API; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV0071214—RV00710216); 3 Pgs. ; (1996).
AWT Memory Image Dynamic Update API; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ; (RV00710217—
RV00710219); 3 Pgs. ; (1996).
AWT 1.1 Graphics & Image Enhancements; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ; (RV00710220); I Pg. ; (1996).
AWT Pixelgrabber API Updates; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710221 —RV00710223); 3 Pgs. (1996).
Screenshot; (RV00710224); I Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710225); I Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710226); I Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710227); I Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710228); I Pg.
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Screenshot; (RV00710229); 1 Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710230); 1 Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710231); 1 Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710232); 1 Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710233); 1 Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710234); 1 Pg.
Spinner Lightweight Component Example; (RV00710235);
1
Pg.
Javabeans™Component APIS for Java; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ; (RV00710236); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1998).
Java Doc; (RV00710237); 1 Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710238); 1 Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710239); 1 Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710240); 1 Pg.
JAR Java
Archive;
Sun
Inc. ;
Micro systems,
(RV00710241); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1998).
JAR
Inc. ;
Micro systems,
Sun
Guide;
(RV00710242 —RV00710243); 2 Pgs. ; (1996).
JAR
The Java Archive
Inc. ;
Tool; Sun Microsystems,
(RV00710244 —RV00710247); 4 Pgs.
Sun
Enhancements;
Networking
Pg. ; (1996—1998).
I/O Enhancements;
Sun Microsystems,
1
Pg. ; (1996—1998).
Math;
Sun Microsystems,
(1996—1998).
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
1
(RV00710248);
Inc. ; (RV00710249);
Inc. ; (RV00710250);
1
Pg. ;
How and When to Deprecate APIS (Based on a Writeup by
John Rose); (RV00710251 —
RV00710252); 2 Pgs.
Deprecation
of APIS; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710253); 1 Pg. ; (1996).
Remote Method Invocation Specification; Sun MicrosysInc. ;
(RV00710254 —RV00710255); 2 Pgs. ;
tems,
(1996—1997).
Introduction;
Sun
Microsystems,
(RV00710256 —RV00710257); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java Distributed Object Model; Sun Microsystems,
(RV00710258 —RV00710263); 6 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
System
Architecture;
Sun
Microsystems,
(RV00710264 —RV00710273); 10 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Client
Interfaces;
Sun
Microsystems,
(RV00710274 —RV00710275); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Server
Interfaces;
Sun
Interfaces;
Sun
Inc. ;
Inc. ;
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710276 —RV00710284); 9 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Registry
Inc. ;
(RV00710285 —RV00710287); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710288 —RV00710291); 4 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Inc. ;
Garbage Collector Interfaces; Sun Microsystems,
(RV00710292 —RV00710295); 4 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
RMI
Wire
Protocol;
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710296—RV00710303); 8 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Exceptions
in
Sun
Inc. ;
RMI;
Microsystems,
(RV00710304—RV00710307); 4 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Properties
in
Sun
Inc. ;
RMI;
Microsystems,
(RV00710308—RV00710309); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Applying the Factory Pattern to RMI; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ; (RV00710310—RV00710311); 2 Pgs. ; (1998—1999).
Screenshot; (RV00710312); 1 Pg.
Inc. ;
Getting Started Using RMI; Sun Microsystems,
(RV00710313—RV00710323); 11 Pgs. ; (1996—1999).
RMI Remote Method Invocation; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710324 —RV00710325); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1998).
RMI and Object Serialization; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710326—RV00710327); 2 Pgs. ; (1996).
Stub/Skeleton
Interfaces;
Subscribing/Unsubscribing
to the RMI —
Users List; Sun
Inc.
Microsystems,
; (RV00710328); 1 Pg. ; (1999).
Hello World; (RV00710329); 1 Pg.
Hello World; (RV00710330); 1 Pg.
Hello World Example Using RMI; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710331); 1 Pg. ; (1996).
Docs Examples; (RV00710332); 1 Pg.
Stock Watcher; (RV00710333); 1 Pg.
Stock Example Using RMI; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710334); 1 Pg. ; (1996).
Docs Guide; (RV00710335); 1 Pg.
Application Slide; (RV00710336); 1 Pg.
Interfaces Slide; (RV00710337); 1 Pg.
RMIC The
Java
RMI
Stub
Compiler;
(RV00710338—RV00710339); 2 Pgs.
The
Java
Remote
RMIRegistry
Object
Registry;
(RV00710340); 1 Pg.
Serialization;
Sun
Inc. ;
Object
Microsystems,
(RV00710341); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1998).
Object Serialization Specification; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710342 —RV00710343); 2 Pgs; (1996—1997).
Architecture;
Sun
Inc. ;
System
Microsystems,
(RV00710344 —RV00710348); 5 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Interfaces;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
Object Output
(RV00710349—RV00710352); 4 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Interfaces;
Sun
Inc. ;
Object Input
Microsystems,
(RV00710353—RV00710357); 5 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Class
Sun
Inc. ;
Descriptors;
Microsystems,
(RV00710358—RV00710359); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Versioning of Serializable Objects; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710360—RV00710363); 4 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Object Serialization Stream Protocol; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ; (RV00710364—RV00710369); 6 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Security in Object Serialization; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710370—RV00710371); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Screenshot; (RV00710372); 1 Pg.
Exceptions in Object Serialization; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710373); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1997).
Java Slide; (RV00710374); 1 Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710375); 1 Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710376); 1 Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710377); 1 Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710378); 1 Pg.
Reflection; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ; (RV00710379); 1 Pg. ;
(1996—1998).
Java
Core
Reflection;
Sun
Microsystems,
(RV00710380); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1997).
Inc. ;
Java™
Core
systems,
Reflection; API and Specification; Sun MicroInc. ; (RV00710381—
RV00710384); 4 Pgs. ;
(1996—1997).
Java
Core
Reflection;
Sun
Microsystems,
(RV00710385—RV00710391); 7 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java
Core
Reflection;
Sun
Core
Reflection;
Sun
Microsystems,
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710392—RV00710399); 8 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java
(RV00710400—RV00710401); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Core
Reflection;
Sun
Microsystems,
(RV00710402 —RV00710408); 7 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java
Core
Reflection;
Sun
Microsystems,
(RV00710409—RV00710412); 4 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java
Core
Reflection;
Sun
Microsystems,
(RV00710413—RV00710415); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java
Core
Reflection;
Sun
Microsystems,
(RV00710416—RV00710421); 6 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java
Inc. ;
Inc. ;
Inc. ;
Inc. ;
Inc. ;
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Core
Reflection;
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710422 —RV00710425); 4 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java
Core
Reflection;
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710426); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1997).
Java
Core
Reflection;
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710427); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1997).
Java
Core
Reflection;
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710428); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1997).
Slide; (RV00710429); 1 Pg.
RV00710433);
Frequently Asked Questions; (RV00710430—
4 Pgs.
JDBC™Connecting Java and Databases; Sun Micr osystems, Inc. ; (RV00710434); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1998).
JDBC™
Guide: Getting Started; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710435 —RV00710437); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDBC™
Guide: Getting Started; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710438—RV00710443); 6 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDBC™
Guide: Getting Started; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710444 —RV00710448); 5 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDBC™
Guide: Getting Started; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710449); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1997).
JDBC™
Guide: Getting Started; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710450—RV00710451); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDBC™
Guide: Getting Started; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710452 —RV00710457); 6 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDBC™
Guide: Getting Started; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710458 —RV00710462); 5 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDBC™
Guide: Getting Started; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710463 —RV00710465); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDBC™
Guide: Getting Started; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710466 —RV00710468); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDBC™
Guide: Getting Started; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710469—RV00710481); 13 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDBC™
Guide: Getting Started; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710482 —RV00710485); 4 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDBC™
Guide: Getting Started; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710486 —RV00710488); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710489—RV00710490); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710491 —RV00710494); 4 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710495 —RV00710497); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710498—RV00710499); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710500—RV00710501); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710502); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710503); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710504 —RV00710505); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710506—RV00710507); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710508—RV00710510); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710511—RV00710513); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710514); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1997).
Inner Classes Specification;
Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710515); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1997).
Java
Inner
Classes
Specification;
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710516); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1997).
Sun
Inc. , (RV00710517); 1 Pg. ;
Microsystems,
(1996—1998).
Inner Clases; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ; (RV00710518); 1 Pg. ;
(1996—1998).
InnerClasses; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ; (RV00710519); 1
Pg. ; (1996—1997).
Interface; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
Pg. ; (1996—1998).
Java Native Interface Specification; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710521); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1997).
Pointer Diagram; (RV00710522); 1 Pg.
Java Native Interface Specification; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710523 —RV00710525); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java Native Interface Specification; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710526 —RV00710529); 4 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java Native Interface Specification; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710530—RV00710537); 8 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java
Native
Interface
Specification;
(RV00710538—RV00710540); 3 Pgs.
Java Native Interface Specification; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710541 —RV00710582); 42 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Java Native Interface Specification; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710583—RV00710588); 6 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDK 1.1 Performance Enhancements; (RV00710589); 1 Pg.
Miscellaneous
Features;
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710590); 1 Pg. ; (1996—1998).
JNI
Java
Native
(RV00710520);
1
Miscellaneous
Changes
to Java. Net Worth
Mentioning;
(RV00710591); 1 Pg.
Sun
Inc. ;
@Deprecated
Microsystems,
Tag;
(RV00710592—RV00710594); 3 Pgs. ; (1996).
Accessing Resources in a Location —
Independent Manner;
Sun Microsystems, Inc. ; (RV00710595—
RV00710599); 5
Pgs. ; (1996).
The
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
Applet
Tag;
(RV00710600—RV00710602); 3 Pgs. ; (1996).
JDK 1.18 Class List; Sun Microsystems,
Inc. ;
(RV00710603—RV00710612); 10 Pgs. ; (1996—1998).
Contacting Javasoft; (RV00710613); 1 Pg. ; (1995—1998).
The
Demonstration
Inc. ;
tems,
Applets
and Applications;
Sun Microsys2
Pgs. ;
(RV00710614—RV00710615);
(1996—1999).
JDK 1.1 Deprecated API; Sun Microsystems,
(RV00710616—RV00710621); 6 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
JDK 1.1 New Feature Summary; Sun Microsystems,
(RV00710622 —RV00710624); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1998).
JDK 1.1 New Feature Summary; Sun Microsystems,
(RV00710625 —RV00710627); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1998).
Inc. ;
Inc. ;
Inc. ;
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710628 —RV00710630); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1998).
Sun Microsystems, Inc. ; (RV00710631—
RV00710632); 2
Pgs. ; (1996—1999).
Updating 1.0 Source Files to 1.1; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710633); 1 Pg. ; (1996).
Java™
Development Kit; (RV00710634); 1 Pg.
The Java Applet Viewer; (RV00710635); 1
Appletviewer
Pg.
Classpath; (RV00710636—
RV00710638); 3 Pgs.
Introduction;
References
Tools
Pages
Solaris;
(RV00710639—RV00710640); 2 Pgs.
Java
The
Java
Application
(RV00710641 —RV00710645); 5 Pgs.
Launcher;
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Javac The Java Compiler; (RV00710646 —
RV00710648); 3
Pgs.
Javadoc The Java API Documentation
Generator;
(RV00710649—RV00710655); 7 Pgs.
Javah~.
Header
and
Stub
File
Generator;
(RV00710656—RV00710657); 2 Pgs.
The
Java
Class
File
Disassembler;
Javap
(RV00710658—RV00710660); 3 Pgs.
JDB The Java Debugger; (RV00710661—RV00710663); 3
Pgs.
JRE The
Java
Runtime
Interpreter
(Solaris);
(RV00710664 —RV00710667); 4 Pgs.
Native2ASCII
Native —
to —
ASCII
Converter;
(RV00710668—RV00710670); 3 Pgs.
Serialver
The Serial Version Command; (RV00710671); I
Pg.
Appletviewer
The Java Applet Viewer; (RV00710672); I
Pg.
Classpath; (RV00710673—
RV00710675); 3 Pgs.
Tools
Reference
Pages Windows;
(RV00710676—RV00710677); 2 Pgs.
JAR The
Java
Archive
Tool;
(RV00710678—RV00710681); 4 Pgs.
Java The Java Interpreter; (RV00710682 —
RV00710687); 6
Pgs.
Javac The Java Compiler; (RV00710688—
RV00710690); 3
Pgs.
Javadoc The Java API Documentation
Generator;
(RV00710691—RV00710697); 7 Pgs.
Javah~
Header
and
Stub
File
Generator;
(RV00710698—RV00710699); 2 Pgs.
The
Java
Javakey
Security
Tool;
(RV00710700—RV00710708); 9 Pgs.
The
Java
Class
File
Disassembler;
Javap
(RV00710709—RV00710710); 2 Pgs.
JDB The Java Debugger; (RV00710711—RV00710713); 3
Pgs.
JRE The
Java
Runtime
Interpreter
(WIN32);
(RV00710714—RV00710717); 4 Pgs.
Native2ASCII
Native —
to —
ASCII
Converter;
(RV00710718—RV00710720); 3 Pgs.
RMIC The
Java
RMI
Stub
Compiler;
(RV00710721 —RV00710722); 2 Pgs.
The
Java
Remote
RMIRegistry
Object
Registry;
(RV00710723); I Pg.
Serialver
The Serial Version Command; (RV00710724); I
Pg.
Socket Classes in JDK 1.1; (RV00710725); I Pg.
New
Socket
Exceptions
in
JDK
1.1;
(RV00710726 —RV00710727); 2 Pgs.
Socket Options in Java; (RV00710728 —
RV00710729); 2
Pgs.
Screenshot; (RV00710730); I Pg.
Screenshot; (RV00710731); I Pg.
Sun
Inc. ;
Supported
Encodings;
Microsystems,
(RV00710732—RV00710735); 4 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Euro
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
Support;
(RV00710736—RV00710737); 2 Pgs. ; (1996—1999).
Fonts
to
the
Java
Runtime;
Adding
(RV00710738—RV00710744); 7 Pgs.
Class
Java. applet. applet;
Sun
Inc. ;
Microsystems,
(RV00710745 —RV00710752); 8 Pgs. ; (1995—1999).
Interface Java. applet. appletcontext; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710753—RV00710755); 3 Pgs. ; (1995—1999).
Interface
Java. applet. appletstub;
Sun Microsystems,
Java. applet. audioclip;
Sun Microsystems,
(RV00710756—RV00710758); 3 Pgs. ; (1995—1999).
Interface
(RV00710759—RV00710760); 2 Pgs. ; (1995—1999).
Inc. ;
Inc. ;
Java Application Programming Interface; Sun MicrosysInc. ;
(RV00710761 —RV00710762); 2 Pgs. ;
tems,
(1995—1999).
Unicode Font Support in JDK 1.1; Sun Microsystems, Inc. ;
(RV00710763—RV00710765); 3 Pgs. ; (1996—1997).
Collation; (RV00710766); I Pg.
Collation
Details;
Inc. ,
IBM
Taligent
Corp. ;
(RV00710767—RV00710768); 2 Pgs. ; (1997).
Collation
Demo Guide; Taligent Inc. , IBM Corp. ;
(RV00710769—RV00710772); 4 Pgs. ; (1997).
Collation
Details;
Inc. ,
IBM
Taligent
Corp. ;
(RV00710773—RV00710774); 2 Pgs. ; (1997).
Collation
Inc. ,
IBM
Demo;
Taligent
Corp. ;
(RV00710775 —RV00710778); 4 Pgs. ; (1997).
Date and Time Formatting Demo; (RV00710779); I Pg.
Security in JDK 1.1; Access Control Abstractions; Sun
Microsystems, Inc. ; (RV00710078—
RV00710081); 4 Pgs. ;
(1996—1997).
Date and Time Formatting Demo Guide; Taligent Inc. , IBM
Corp. ; (RV00710780—
RV00710782); 3 Pgs. ; (1997).
Date and Time Formatting Demo Guide; Taligent Inc. , IBM
Corp. ; (RV00710783—
RV00710785); 3 Pgs. ; (1997).
Message Format; (RV00710786); I Pg.
Message Formatting Demo Guide; Taligent Inc. , IBM Corp. ;
(RV00710787—RV00710788); 2 Pgs. ; (1997).
Message Formatting Demo Guide; Taligent Inc. , IBM Corp. ;
(RV00710789—RV00710790); 2 Pgs. ; (1997).
Number Format; (RV00710791); I Pg.
Number Formatting Demo Guide; Taligent Inc. , IBM Corp. ;
(RV00710792—RV00710793); 2 Pgs. ; (1997).
Number Formatting Demo Guide; Taligent Inc. , IBM Corp. ;
(RV00710794—RV00710795); 2 Pgs. ; (1997).
Text Bound; (RV00710796); I Pg.
Text Boundary Demo Guide; Taligent Inc. , IBM Corp. ;
(RV00710797—RV00710798); 2 Pgs. ; (1997).
Text Boundary Demo Guide; Taligent Inc. , IBM Corp. ;
(RV00710799—RV00710800); 2 Pgs. ; (1997).
M. Reinhold; Changes to Java. io After JDK 1.1 Beta 2;
(RV00710801); I Pg. ; (Feb. 4, 1997).
M. Reinhold;
Character
Streams
in
JDK 1.1;
(RV00710802 —RV00710804); 3 Pgs. ; (Feb. 4, 1997).
Manifest Format; 1996 Netscape Corporation; 1996 Sun
Microsystems, Inc. ; (RV00710805 —
RV00710811); 7 Pgs.
Java Application Diagram; (RV00710812); I Pg.
Java Applet or HTML Browser Diagram; (RV00710813); I
Pg.
Java Application Diagram; (RV00710814); I Pg.
Java Code Diagram; (RV00710815); I Pg.
Extending Sockets in JDK 1.1; (RV00710816); 3 Pgs.
Netscape Communications Corporation; "About Netscape:
Netscape Outlines Vision for the Net in '97; Prewviews New
Named "Constellation" for Netcasting,
Technology Code —
Access,
and
Customization,
Roaming
Desktop
(RV00713330—RV00713332); 3 pgs. ; (Nov. 20, 1996).
Scarlett, K.; "News and New Product Briefs (Dec. 2, 1997)"
(RV00713333—RV00713356); 24 pgs. ; http: //www javaworld. corn/javaworld/j w —12—1997/
newsbriefs2. html;
http: //www javaworld. corn/
jw —12—
bin/mailto/x
java. cgi; (Dec. 2, 1997).
cgi —
"
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Traveling Software, Inc. ; Laplink for Windows
95: Connecting Over the Internet, Installation and User's Guide:
95 (RV00713357—
Laplink for Windows
RV00713463);
107 pgs. ; (1996).
Puma
IntelliSync User's Guide
Viisto Corp. v. Good
06WV —039
Technology
Pages
(EDTX) 77
RV00713635 —
711.
Securities and Exchange Commission filing dated Sep. 5,
2006 by Puma Technology Inc. Viisto Corp. v. Good Tech06—CV—039
Pages
nology
(EDTX) 289
RV00713712 —
714000.
Securities and Exchange Commission filing dated Oct. 16,
1996 by Puma Technology Inc. Viisto Corp. v. Good Tech06—CV—039
Pages
nology
(EDTX) 201
RV00714001&201.
Securities and Exchange Commission filing dated Nov. 8,
1996 by Puma Technology Inc. Viisto Corp. v. Good Tech06—CV—039
Pages
nology
(EDTX) 285
NOK000656 —
940.
Securities and Exchange Commission filing dated Dec. 4,
1996 by Puma Technology Inc. Viisto Corp. v. Good Tech06—CV—039
Pages
nology
(EDTX) 123
RV00714487&609.
Securities and Exchange Commission filing dated Dec. 5,
1996 by Puma Technology Inc. Viisto Corp. v. Good Tech06—CV—039
Pages
nology
(EDTX) 110
RV00714610&719.
Securities and Exchange Commission filing dated Mar. 11,
1997 by Puma Technology Inc. Viisto Corp. v. Good Tech06MV —039
Pages
nology
(EDTX) 25
NOK001174 —1198.
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Good Technology
2 Pages RV00716338—
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Nokia 9000i Phone
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Dec.
9, 1998 Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology 06WV —039
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Sep. 10, 1997
Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology 06WV —
039 (EDTX) 2
6349.
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Press Release Nokia introduces new addition to its Communicator family in North America
New Nokia 9000il
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06MV —039 (EDTX) 2 Pages RV00716350—6351.
Press Release Nokia Unveils World's First All —
In —
One
Communicator For The Americans
Sep. 19, 1996 Viisto
039 (EDTX) 2 Pages
Corp. v. Good Technology 06WV —
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Pumatech
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Nov. 5, 1997 Viisto
039 (EDTX) 2 Pages
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IntelliLink/API
Programmer
Interface for
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Viisto Corp. v. Good
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Technology 06—
User's Manual
Puma Technology
IntelliSync for pilot
Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology 06WV —
039 (EDTX) 2
6366.
Pages RV00716365 —
IntelliSync for pilot Snynchronises your US Robotics Pilot
with your PC Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology
06MV —039 (EDTX) 2 Pages RV00716367—6368.
PCWeek Mar. 10, 1997 Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology
06MV —039 (EDTX) I Page RV00716369.
Puma Technology
News Release Puma Technology
Brings New Level of Functionality to Next Generation Windows CE Handheld PCs Through IntelliSync Content—
Aware Synchronization Software
Viisto Corp. v. Good
06MV —039
Technology
Pages
(EDTX) 2
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6371.
Puma Technology
News Release Puma Technology
Extends IntelliSync Product Family Synchronization Support to Microsoft Outlook Desktop Information Manager
Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology 06WV —
039 (EDTX) 3
6375.
Pages RV00716373 —
—
Puma Technology
News Release Puma Technology
Viisto Corp. v. Good
Expands Company Web Site Services
06MV —039
Technology
Pages
(EDTX) 3
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6378.
Puma Technology
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Viisto Corp. v. Good
Expands Company Web Site Services
06MV —039
Technology
Pages
(EDTX) 3
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Puma Technology~lipping
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1996 Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology 06WV —039
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News Release Puma Technology Receives 1996 Supplier
Excellence Aware from Texas Instruments
Viisto Corp. v.
Good Technology
2 Pages NOK002978 —
2979.
News Release Puma Technology Expands Company Web
Site Services Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology
2 Pages
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News Release Puma Technology
Brings New Level of
Functionality to Next Generation Windows CE Handheld
PC Through Intellisync Content —
Aware Synchronization
Software
Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology
3 Pages
NOK002982 —
2984.
News Release Puma Technology Extends Intellisync Product Family Synchronization Support to Microsoft Outlook
Viisto Corp. v. Good TechDesktop Information Manager
3 Pages NOK002985 —
2987.
nology
News Release Puma Technology To Acquire Intellilink
Viisto
v.
Good
3
Corp.
Technology
Pages
NOK002988 —
2990.
News Release Puma Technology Appoints Andre Carter as
Director of Channels
Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology
2
2992.
Pages NOK002991 —
News Release Puma Technology Establishes Internet Presence Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology 06WV —
039
(EDTX) 2 Pages RV00716428 —6429.
News Release Puma Technology Partners With Oracle
CV—039
Corp. Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology 06—
(EDTX) 2 Pages RV00716430—6431.
News Release
Puma Technology Debuts Intellisync for
Pilot Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology 06WV —
039
3001.
(EDTX) 5 Pages NOK002997 —
News Release Puma Technology Appoints Bruce Nakao
Chief Financial Officer Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology
06—CV—039 (EDTX) 2 Pages RV00716437 —6438.
News Release Puma Technology Announces Support for
Novell's Groupwise 5 Viisto Corp. v. Good Technol3005.
ogy 2 Pages NOK003004 —
News Release Puma Technology Endorses Microsoft Windows CE Platform for Handheld PCs Viisto Corp. v. Good
06MV —039
Technology
Pages
(EDTX) 2
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6442.
News Release~eoworks and Puma form Alliance to Provide Data —
Capabilities
for
Exchange, Synchronization
Viisto Corp. v.
Emerging Mobile Communicating Devices
Good Technology
2 Pages NOK003008 —
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News Release Puma Technology Intellisync
Products
Family Now Supports Goldmine Contact Manager Software
Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology
06WV —039
—
3
RV00716445
64447.
Pages
(EDTX)
News Release Puma Technology To Preview New Generation of Intellisync Content —
Aware Synchronization Software
for Windows CE At Comdex
Viisto Corp. v. Good Technol3015.
ogy 3 Pages13 NOK003013 —
US 6,085, 192 C2
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News Release Puma Technology Extends Intellisync Product Line To Hewlett —
Packard HP 200LX Palmtop PC Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology 06&V—
039 (EDTX)W
6454.
Pages RV00716451 —
News Release Puma Technology's Generation of Windows CE Content —
Aware Synchronization
Software and
Windows NT —
Based Version of Tranxit Mobile Data
Exchange Software To Be Highlighted At Microsoft's Comdex Booth Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology
3 Pages
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CV&39 (EDTX) 73
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Pages RV00716458 —
User's Manual
Puma Technology
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Viisto Corp. v. Good Technology 06—
CV&39 (EDTX) 54
3149.
Pages NOK003096 —
Puma Intel li Sync for Sharp Organizers
2 Pages
RV00716585 —
6586.
Puma IntelliSync for the HP 200LX Palmtop PC 2
6588.
Pages RV00716587 —
Puma
IntelliSync
for Windows
CE 2 Pages
RV00716589 —
6590.
Puma
IntelliSync
for
PalmPilot
2
Pages
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Mar. 1997 Byte Magazine, The McGraw —
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Cover
Tom
R. Halfhill 3 Pages
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Netscapte
Netscape Outlines Vision for Net in
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Feb. 1997 Byte Magazine, The McGraw —
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Mar. 28, 1997, Chris Oakes, Bye—
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OS 2 Pages RV00717170.
Jul. 1997 Byte Magazine, The McGraw —
Hill Companies,
Cover Story by Tom R. Halfhill, Network —
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Pages RV00717172.
Netscape's
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NetSpeak
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Webreview
Issue 5.03 March 1997, Push!, by Kevin
Kelly and Gray Wolf, Kiss your browser goodbye: The radical future of media beyond the Web, 8 Pages RV00717183.
Webreview
InforWorld Reports Constellation Approaching; Netscape's Future Web Client to Deliver a Universal
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2 Pages RV00717191.
PC World Netscape Aims Constellation at Your Desktop,
New technology is designed to bring Internet content to an
environment
you control, Lynda Radosevich InfoWorld
Electric, Mar. 3, 1997 2 Pages RV00717193.
Windows IP Pro, Self Test Software, Netscape Constellation
beta due in June, Mar. 3, 1997, Paul Thurrott WinInfo, 2
Pages RV00717195.
Puma Press Releases, 2 Pages, RV00717197.
News Release, Puma Technology Debuts Intellisync For
Pilot, New Generation Software Enables Direct Synchronization Between U. S. Robotics Pilot Connected Organizer
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and Scheduling
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Puma News, Puma Technology Expands TranXit Product
Line, New Infrared Software Drives Mobile Data Exchange,
2 pages, RV00717203.
News Release, Puma Technology's Intellisync Product Family Now Supports Goldmine Contact Manager Software,
"Content Aware" Data Synchronization Package Adds To
Contact
Management
Software
2 Pages,
Support,
RV0071 7205.
News Release, Puma Technology Endorses Microsoft Windows CE Platform for Handheld PC's, Leading Mobile Data
Exchange Software Developer Plans Product Support For
Microsoft Handheld
Platform,
2 Pages,
Computing
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News Release, Puma Technology Extends Intellisync Product Line to Hewlett —
Packard HP 200LX Palmtop PC, 2
Pages, RV00717209.
News Release, Puma Technology, Geoworks and Puma
Form Alliance to Provide Data —
Exchange, Synchronization
Capabilities For Emerging Mobile Communicating Devices,
2 Pages, RV00717212.
Business Wire, Aug. 20, 1996, Article, PageBlazer, UP. Link
Ignite wireless Intranet applications, 2 Pages, RV00717214.
Business Wire, Dec. 4, 1996, Article, Allaire Announces
Partnership with Unwired Planet to Deliver Web Applications to Wireless Internet Devices: Allaire's Cold Fusion
Web Application Development Tool will Support Unwired
Planet's UP. Link Software Platform for Wireless Web
Devices Such as AT&T's PocketNet Cellular Phone, 3
Pages, RV00717216.
Business Wire, Dec. 5, 1996, Article, AT&T Wireless selects
ONYX for strategic customer management installation, 2
Pages, RV00171219.
Business Wire, Feb. 10, 1997, Article, AT&T Wireless Services announces AT&T PocketNet Service for business, 3
Pages, RV00717221.
Business Wire, Mar. 5, 1997, Article, Allaire and AT&T
Wireless Services Work Together to Enable the Next Generation of Wireless Internet and Intranet Applications; New
Cold Fusion HDML Software Developers' Kit to be Supported by AT&T Wireless Services and Unwired Planet's
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Business Wire, Mar. 12, 1997, Article, San Francisco Bay
Area Cellular One announces the availability of AT&T Wireless Data Services; customers to benefit from reliable, very
secure, cost —
effective AT&T Wireless Packet Data Service
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Business Wire, Oct. I, 1996, Article, AT&T Wireless Services to Showcase PocketNet Phone At Netscape Internet
Developer Conference; For the First Time, Developers Can
Purchase an AT&T PocketNet Phone, Get Expert Instruction
on Application Development in the PocketNet "Developer
Kitchen", 2 Page, RV00717229.
Business Wire, Oct. 7, 1996, Article, AT&T Wireless Services, Samsung Electronics and Unwired Planet Announce
Wireless Intranet and Internet Access Using Samsung Electronics' New Smart Phone; Samsung Electronics' Duette
Includes an Integrated UP, Browser Client and is Compatible
with the AT&T PocketNet Service, 3 Pages, RV00717231.
Business Wire, Article, Oct. 8, 1996, AT&T PocketNet
Phone Wins Award for Best Software Application at CTIA
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Communication News, Apr. 1997, Article, Wireless Internet wireless technology improvements
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US 6,085, 192 C2
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Journal Record, The (Oklahoma City), Apr. 10, 1997,
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Carolyn
Kelly
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Pages,
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Mobile Phone News, Aug. 12, 2006, Article, Smart phones
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RV0071 7240.
Mobile Phone News, Dec. 16, 1996, Article, Motorola
licenses Unwired Planet's Internet technology for smart
Motorola Inc. , Unwired Planet Inc. , I Page,
phone
RV0071 7242.
Mobile Phone News, Oct. 14, 1996, Article, Samsung to
introduce third smart phone to interface with Unwired Planet's HDML Internet Language
Samsung Electroics Co. 's
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Newsbytes News Network, Feb. 10, 1997, Article, AT&T
PocketNet Officially Launches, I Page, RV00717244.
Newsbytes News Network, Jul. 12, 1996, Article, AT&T's
PocketNet Cellular Phone Access Internet Info, 2 Pages,
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Newsbytes News Network, Jul. 29, 1996, Article, AT&T,
GTE Agree To Link Wireless Networks,
I Page,
RV0071 7247.
Newsbytes News Network, Mar. 5, 1997, Article, AT&T,
Allaire Work on Wireless Internet, I Page, RV00717248.
Newsbytes News Network, Oct. 9, 1996, Article, AT&T's
PocketNet Phone Offers Infospace Directory, I Page,
RV00717249.
Network World, Feb. 17, 1997, Article, AT&T touts wireless
surfing, Pappalardo, Denise, I Page, RV00717250.
Black Enterprise, Feb. 1997, Article, Mobile computing
solutions: what to know before you buy portable hardware
includes a related article on tips for a professional using a
Ann Parrish, 2
laptop on the road Buyers Guide, Deidra —
Pages, RV00717251.
Press Releases, Syclo to Deliver Wireless Access to Enterprise Messaging Systems from Mobile Phones, 2 Pages,
RV00717253.
Press Releases, AT&T Wireless Services and Syclo to Provide Wireless Data Solutions, 2 Pages, RV00717255.
Press Releases, Syclo Announces Availability of Syclo
Information Manager 2.0 for MS Schedule, 3 pages,
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61.
Press Releases, Syclo Information Manager First Solution to
Provide Wireless Access to Enterprise Messaging Systems
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Press Releases, Syclo Joins Unwired Planet's Alliance Program to Deliver Enterprise Wireless Solutions, 2 Pages,
RV00717266 —
67.
Press Releases, Syclo Information Manager 2.0 for Lotus
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Network World, Jul. 15, 1996, Article, Cell users get cheap
data access, Wexler, Joanie, I Page, RV00717270.
Network World, Sep. 16, 1996, Article, AT&T builds CDPD,
but what is it good for?, Wexler, Joanie, I Page,
RV00717271.
HomePort, I Page, RV00717285.
Info Stream, I Page, RV00717286.
Live Sites, I Page, RV00717287.
Location Independence, I Page, RV00717288.
Notification, I Page RV00717289.
Constellation Overview, 2 Pages, RV00717290—
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Constellation Overview, 2 Pages, RV00717292 —
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Black and White Screen Shot, I Page, RV00717294.
Technology Preview, I Page, RV00717295.
Black and White Screen Shot, I Page, RV00717296.
IntelliLink/API, Application Programmer Interface for DOS
and Windows Applications and the HP95LX Palmtop Combetween the PC and the
puter, Easy Communication
HP95LX Palmtop!, I Page, RV00717449.
IntelliLink Corp. , Your Data is Synchronized!, 4 Pages,
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59.
Puma Technology, IntelliSync for pilot, User's Manual, 2
71.
Pages, RV00717470 —
IntelliSync for Pilot, Synchronises your US Robotics Pilot
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Puma Technology, Clipping Report, Oct. 1995—
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News Release, Puma Technology to Acquire Intellilink, 3
07.
Pages, RV00717505 —
News Release, Puma Technology Appoints Andre Carter as
Director of Channels, 2 Pages, RV00717508&9.
News Release, Puma Technology Debuts Intellisync for
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Puma Technology, IntelliSync for Pilot, User's Manual, 54
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Puma Technology, IntelliSync for the HP 200LX Palmtop
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IntelliSync for pilot, Synchronises your US Robotics Pilot
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Puma Technology, IntelliSync for Pilot, User's Manual, 29
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Launch of Nokia 9000i Communicator, Sep. 10, 1997, 3
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Press Releases, Nokia introduces new addition to its Communicator family in North America
New Nokia 9000il
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PumaTech, Setting the Preferences, Intellisync for Nokia
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IMAP Cluster, James W. DeRoest, University of Washington
34.
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IMAP Cluster, James W. DeRoest, University of Washington
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IMAP Status, Terry Gray, University of Washington, 8
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IMAP's Role in the Enterprise, Terry Gray, University of
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Microsoft's IMAP Vision, Darren Shakib, Microsoft Corporation, 18 Pages, RV00717970.
Netscape's Commitment to IMAP, Eric Hahn, Netscape
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The Second IMAP Meeting, Terry Gray, University of
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Worldtalk Expands Synchronization to NOS Directories,
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1.560; Certificate of Service; Copy of Certified Mail
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Method for Using a Globial Translator to Synchronize
Workspace
Elements
Across
a Network;
VIRIM
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PCT/US99/04696 Figure 2 Substitute Sheet (Rule 26)
VRIM029221.
PCT/US99/04696 Figure 3 and Figure 7 Substitute Sheet
(Rule 26) VRIM029922.
PCT/US99/04696 Figure 4 Substitute Sheet (Rule 26)
VRIM029923.
PCT/US99/04696
Figure 5
Substitute
Sheet (Rule 26)
VRIM029924.
PCT/US99/04696 Figure 6, Figure 8 and Figure 9 Substitute Sheet (Rule 26) VRIM029925.
PCT/US99/04696
International
Search
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PCT/US99/04696
International
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C;
(in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
Marshall Division); Civil Action No. 2:05—
CV—91 (TJW);
Visto Corporation vs. Smartner Information Systems, Ltd. ;
Filed Jun. 15, 2007.
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Lotus Notes Internet Cookbook for Notes Release 4; pp.
I—
37; dated Feb. 14, 1996.
Ylonen, T.; SSH Secure Shell Client (Remote Login Program); pp. I —
7; dated Jun. 29, 1995.
Kramer, Matt; Remote Possibilities: Gateways Let Remote
Users Exchange Mail Via Web Browsers; Elonex Software
Solutions' HT Mail 13, Infinite Technologies' Webmail
1.02, and Lotus's cc: Mail for the Web; Includes a Related
Article on the Test Methodology; PC Week Netweek; Software Review, Evaluation; 5 Pgs. ; dated Apr. 15, 1996.
RIM's Supplemental Claim Construction Brief in Support of
RIM's Claim Constructions for Visto's Patents and Exhibits
A—
J; Visto Corporationv. Research in Motion(U. S. District
Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division;
Case No. 2—
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Claim Constructions for the Visto Patents and Exhibits A —
F;
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for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Case
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Opinion and Order; Visto Corporationv.
Good Tech. , Inc. ; (U. S. District Court for the Eastern District
of Texas Marshall Division; Case No. 2 —06—CV—039)
Filed Jan. 16, 2008.
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C;
Visto Corporationv.
Smartner Information Systems, Ltd.
(U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Case No. 2 —
05—CV—91—TJW); Filed Jun. 15,
Lotus Notes Release 4
Starter Pack; 4 Pgs. ; (Defendant
Ex. No. 278; SNI472988 —SNI472991; Civil Action No.
2:03—CV—333—TJW).
Lotus Notes Release 4 Internotes Web Navigator Administrator's Guide; pp. I —
56; (Defendant Ex. No. 279;
SNI472992 —SNI473051;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03—CV—333—TJW).
Lotus Notes 4 Release Internotes Web Publisher
(Defendant
Ex.
No.
(1995—1996)
SNI473052 —SNI473173;
Civil
Action
2:03—CV—333—TJW).
Lotus Customer Support
Guide;
280;
No.
North American Guide; (Defen-
Ex. No. 281; SNI473174 —SNI473224; Civil Action No.
2:03—CV—333—TJW).
Lotus Notes Release 4 Install Guide For Servers; (1995,
1996) (Defendant Ex. No. 282; SNI473225 —SNI473292;
Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—TJW).
Lotus Notes Release 4. 1 Release Notes; pp. I —194;
(Defendant
Ex.
No.
(1995—1996)
283;
SNI473293 —SNI473489;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03—CV—333—TJW).
Lotus Notes Release 4 Migration Guide; pp. I —104; (1995,
1996) (Defendant Ex. No. 284; SNI473490 —SNI473599;
Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—TJW).
dant
Lotus Notes Release 4 Database Manager's
I —109; (1995); (SNI473600 —
SNI473714).
Guide; pp.
Lotus Notes Server Up and Running!
Release 4; pp. I —9;
(1996) (Defendant Ex. No. 286; SNI473715 —SNI473727;
Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—TJW).
Lotus Notes Release 4
Release
4; 6 Pgs.
SNI473728 —SNI473733;
2:03—CV—333—TJW).
LotusScript
(Defendant
Civil
for Notes
No. 287;
Action
No.
Classes
Ex.
Lotus Communications
Software Agreement for cc:Mail,
Notes, and Related Products; 10 Pgs. (Defendant Ex. No.
SNI473734 —SNI473743;
Civil
Action
No.
288;
2:03—CV—333—TJW).
Lotus Communications
Software Agreement for cc:Mail,
Notes, and Related Products; 10 Pgs. (Defendant Ex. No.
SNI473744 —SNI473753;
Civil
Action
No.
289;
2:03—CV—333—TJW).
Order Form for Lotus Notes and cc:Mail Products; 2 pgs.
(Defendant Ex. No. 290; SNI473754 —
SNI473755; Civil
Action No. 2:03—
CV—
333—TJW).
Lotus Notes Release 4 Install Guide for Workstations; pp.
I—
Ex. No. 291;
57; (1995, 1996) (Defendant
SNI473756 —SNI473822;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03—CV—333—TJW).
Lotus Customer Support
North American Guide; pp. I —14
(Defendant Ex. No. 292; SNI473823 —
SNI473851; Civil
Action No. 2:03—
CV—
333—TJW).
Lotus Step by Step A Beginner's Guide to Lotus Notes;
Ex. No. 293;
pp. I —179; (1995, 1996) (Defendant
SNI473852 —SNI474030;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03—CV—333—TJW).
2007.
Lotus Notes Release 4 Network Configuration Guide; pp.
I —125; (1995, 1996) (SNI474031 —SNI474164).
Lotus Notes Release 4. 1 Starter Pack; North American Edi2
(Defendant
Ex.
No.
tion;
277;
Pgs.
SNI472986 —SNI472987;
Civil
Action
No.
Lotus Notes Release 4 Internotes Web Navigator User's
Guide; pp. I —
54; (1995) (Defendant Ex. No. 294;
SNI474165 —SNI474220;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03MV—333—TJW).
2:03—CV—333—TJW).
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Lotus Notes Release 4
Programmer's
1—
594;
(Defendant
(1995)
SNI474221 —
SNI474834;
Civil
2:03MV—333—TJW).
Lotus Notes Release 4
Administrator's
(1995) (SNI474835 —SNI475333).
Guide (Part
Ex.
I); pp.
295;
No.
Action
Guide; pp.
No.
1—
496;
Lotus Notes Release 4 Deployment Guide; pp. 1 —
99;
(1995) (Defendant Ex. No. 297; SNI475334 —SNI475437;
Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—TJW).
Lotus Notes Release 4 Application Developer's Guide; pp.
1—
(Defendant
Ex.
No.
464;
298;
(1995)
SNI475438 —SNI475912;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03MV—333—TJW).
Programmer's Guide (Part 2); pp.
595—1036;
Ex.
No.
299;
(1995) (Defendant
SNI475913 —SNI476374;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03MV—333—TJW).
Lotus 4. 1 and Lotus Internotes (CD Copies); 5 Pgs. (Defendant Ex. No. 300; SNI476375 —
SNI476379; Civil Action No.
2:03MV—333—TJW).
Lotus Notes Release 4 Desktop Packaging; 7 Pgs. ; (1995)
(SNI476380 —SNI476386).
Lotus Notes Release 4
Lotus Notes Release 4
1—
18;
Install Guide for Workstations;
pp.
(1995) (SNI476387 —SNI476414).
Lotus Software Agreement; Notes 4.0 NA Dkpt Client UPG;
(SNI476415 —SNI476422).
Lotus Notes Release 4 Internotes Web Navigator User's
Guide; pp. 1 —
54; (1995) (SNI476423 —SNI476478).
Lotus Notes Release 4 Release Notes; pp. 1 —136; (1995)
(SNI476479 —SNI476617).
Lotus Notes Step by Step, a Beginner's Guide to Lotus
SNI476796).
Notes; pp. 1 —179; (1995) (SNI476618 —
Lotus
Notes
4 Installation
3
CDs;
Pgs.
(SNI476797 —SNI476799).
Falkner, M. ; How to Plan, Develop, and Implement Lotus
Notes in Your Organization, Covers Version 4.0; pp. 1 —
520;
(1996) (SNI476800 —SNI477338).
Lamb, John P. , et al; Lotus Notes Networks Design for
Release
3
and
1—
262;
(1996)
4;
pp.
(SNI700492 —SNI700769).
Lotus Notes Desktop, The Groupware Standard; (1995)
(Defendant Ex. No. 315 SNI700786 —
SNI700793; Civil
Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—
TJW).
Release Notes, Lotus Notes Workstation Release 336; Part
No. 359157; (1995, 1996) (SNI700794 —SNI700881).
Lotus Imaging Tools, Image Display and Fax Capability for
Notes and cc: Mail; (1995) (SNI700882 —
SNI700900).
Lotus Upgrade Certificate, Notes NA 330 Desktop Client;
(1994) (SNI700901 —SNI700904).
Lotus Software Agreement;
(SNI700905 —SNI700910);
(1995).
Lotus Authorized Education Center (LAEC) Program; "Now
There Are More Opportunities Than Ever to Get Educated
With Lotus"; (SNI700911—
SNI700912).
Registration Card for Product Updates; "Don't Miss Out on
Inteli";
of the Latest Information
From
Any
(SNI700913 —SNI700914).
Order Form for Lotus Notes and cc:Mail Products; "Receive
Your Single Source to Lotus Notes and cc:Mail Products and
Services Absolutely Free. (SNI700915 —SNI700916).
Lotus Quick Reference for Smarticons; Lotus Notes Release
"
3.1; (SNI700917—SNI700920).
Lotus Quick Reference for Windows and Presentation ManSNI700926).
ager; Lotus Notes Release 3; (SNI700921 —
Lotus Quick Reference for MacIntosh; Lotus Notes Release
3; (SNI700927 —SNI700932).
Lotus
Customer
American
North
Support
Guide;
(SNI700933 —SNI700961).
Lotus Notes Release 33, The Groupware Standard, Workstation Install for Windows, OS/2 And MacIntosh; (1993,
1994, 1995); (SNI700962 —SNI701008).
Is
What
Overview,
Lotus
Notespump?;
(SNI701009—SNI701097).
Notespump 1.0 Release Notes; (Defendant Ex. No.
SNI701098—SNI701105;
Civil
Action
2:03—CV—333—TJW).
Lotus Notespump 1.0 CD; (1995) (Defendant Ex. No.
SNI701174; Civil Action No. 2:03MV—333—TJW).
Lotus Notes Desktop Groupware and E—
Mail for the
4.5 Release; (1996); (SNI701531 —SNI701541).
Software
and
Lotus Communications
Domino,
cc:Mail
Agreement
Related
335;
No.
338;
Net,
for Notes,
Products;
(SNI701542 —SNI701559).
Lotus Customer Support Guide, Notes Desktop 4. 5 NA Client; (SNI701560 —SNI701567).
The View Subscription Card; (SNI701568 —SNI701569).
Notes
&
Domino
Subscription
Card;
(SNI701570—SNI701571).
Now There Are More Opportunities Than Ever to Get Educated With Lotus; SNI701572 —SNI701573).
Lotus Welcome Page; (SNI701574).
Lotus Notes, Install Guide for Workstations, 4.5 Release;
(1995, 1996); pp. 1 —72; (SNI701575 —SNI701655).
Lotus Notes, Release 4.5.7, Release Notes; (1985—1999);
295; (SNI701656—SNI701966).
pp. 1 —
Lotus, Step by Step, a Beginner's Guide to Lotus Notes;
(1995, 1996); (SNI701967—SNI702210).
Lotus Notes, (Windows) The Groupware
Standard;
1994); (SNI702211 —SNI702217).
Lotus Notes Release
tomer
Services
(1985;
3.1,
The Groupware Standard, CusApplication
Guide;
(1994);
(SNI702218 —SNI702263).
Lotus Notes Release 3.1, The Group Standard, Getting
Started With Application
Development;
(1993, 1994)
(SNI702264 —SNI702414).
Lotus Notes Release 3.1, The Groupware Standard, Network
Driver
(1992,
1993;
Notes NA
330 WIN
Notes NA
3.30 WIN Server;
Documentation;
(SNI702415 —SNI702687).
Lotus Software Agreement,
(SNI702688 —SNI702693).
Lotus Upgrade
Certificate,
(SNI702694 —SNI702695).
Lotus
Notes
Software
(SNI702696 —SNI702697).
PC
World
Magazine
(SNI702698 —SNI702699).
The
Notes
Report
Registration
Subscription
Subscription
Order
1994);
Server;
Card;
Card;
Form;
(SNI702698 —SNI702699).
Order Form for the Notes Report The Handy, Hands'
Guide to Lotus Notes; (SNI702700 —
SNI702701).
Now There Are More Opportunities Than Ever to Be a Lotus
Notes Expert; (SNI702702 —
SNI702703).
Media Exchange; (SNI702704 —
SNI702705).
Lotus
Letter
to New
Purchasers;
(Feb. 1995);
(SNI702706 —SNI702708).
Lotus Software Agreement, Notes Courseware AP Dev 1;
(SNI702709 —SNI702712).
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Data Access
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Lotus
Tools
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Available!;
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SNI702720).
Developers; (SNI702715 —
Lotus Customer Support Services, Lotus Notes Customer
SNI702753).
Support Guide; (SNI702721 —
Lotus Notes Release
330 Windows,
OS/2, and MacIntosh;
(1995); (SNI702754 —SNI702842).
Lotus Notes Release 33; The Groupware Standard, Adminstration Guide; (1994, 1995); (SNI702843 —
SNI702862).
Lotus Notes Release 3.1; The Groupware Standard, Site and
Systems Planning Guide; (1991, 1994); (Defendant Ex. No.
Action
No.
371; SNI702863 —SNI703031; Civil
2:03MV—333—TJW).
Lotus Notes Release 3.1; The Groupware
istrator's
Server for Netware,
(1989, 1993, 1994); (Defendant
SNI703032 —SNI703539;
Civil
Guide,
2:03MV—333—TJW).
Standard, AdminOS/2, and UNIX;
Ex.
No.
Action
372;
No.
Lotus Notes CD's (Client for Windows Release 330) and
Data Disk (Lotus Notes Courseware Application Development
Ex. No.
373;
I); (1995); (Defendant
SNI703540 —SNI703542;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03MV—333—TJW).
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Frenkel, Garry, Network Computing; Reviews
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Systems;
(1983); pp. I —173;
(SNI703584 —SNI703768).
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Dierks, T., et al; The TLS Protocol Version 1.0; http: //
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Montenegro, G. ; Reverse Tunneling for Mobile IP; http: //
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Hoffman, P. ; SMTP Service Extension for Secure SMTP
Over TLS; http: //www. ietf. org/rfc/rfc2487. txt?number=
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Newman, C. ; Using TLS with IMAP, POP3 and ACAP;
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Fielding, R., et al. ; Hypertext Transfer Protocol HTTP/1. 1;
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EVO
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Civil
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2:03MV—333—TJW).
Mobitex Applications: Streamlining
Communications
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Texas Marshall Division; Case No. 2%6WV —
039 (TJW) )
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924; (1996).
Computing; pp. 918—
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Mobitex Technical Assistance;
http: //web. archive. org/web/
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19970720041719/www. eries son.
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EVO Wireless Middleware for Back Office; Ericsson's
Wireless Middleware That Lets Your LAN Go Anywhere;
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corn/US/mobitex/209. html; pp. I —
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for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil
Action No. 2:03—
CV—
333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven
Networks, Inc.
Declaration of James C. Pistorino in Support of Seven NetInworks, Inc. 's Motion for Summary Judgment of Non —
fringement of Claims I, 11, and 22 of U. S. Patent No. 6, 085,
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Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division;
Civil Action No. 2:03MV—
333—TJW; Visto Corporation v.
Seven Networks, Inc.
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Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:03—
CV—333—
TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
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District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Seven Networks, Inc. 's Motion for Summary Judgment;
filed May 27, 2005 in the US District Court for the Eastern
District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:03WV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Declaration of James M. Anderson III in Support of Seven
Networks, Inc. 's Motion for Summary Judgment; filed May
27, 2005 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas
Marshall
Division;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03WV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Declaration of Matthew E. Hocker Support of Seven Networks, Inc. 's Motion for Summary Judgment; and Exhibits
A—
N; filed May 27, 2005 in the US District Court for the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:03—
CV—333—
TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
[Proposed] Order; filed May 31, 2005, in the US District
Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division;
Civil Action No. 2:03MV—
333—TJW; Visto Corporation v.
Seven Networks, Inc.
Opposed Motion for Leave to File the Supplemental Declaration of Matthew E. Hocker in Support of Seven Networks,
Inc. 's Motion for Summary Judgment to Submit Testimony
by Visto's Expert Steven Beckhardt on the Invalidity of the
Claims in Suit; and Exhibit 0; filed Jun. 9, 2005 in the US
District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Supplemental Declaration of Matthew E. Hocker in Support
of Seven Networks, Inc. 's Motion for Summary Judgment to
Submit Testimony by Visto's Expert Steven Beckhardt on
the Invalidity of the Claims in Suit; filed Jun. 9, 2005 in the
US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Order; filed Jun. 9, 2005 in the US District Court for the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:03—
CV—333—
TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Seven Networks, Inc. 's Reply in Support of Its Motion for
Summary Judgment; filed Jul. 5, 2005 in the US District
Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division;
Civil Action No. 2:03MV—
333—TJW; Visto Corporation v.
Seven Networks, Inc.
Declaration of Matthew E. Hocker in Support of Seven Networks, Inc. 's Reply in Support of Its Motion for Summary
Judgment; and Exhibits A and B; filed Jul. 5, 2005 in the US
District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—
TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
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sion; Civil Action No. 2:03—
TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
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Matter of Law on Noninfringement and Invalidity or, in the
Alternative, for a New Trial; and Exhibit A —
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2006 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas
Marshall
Division;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03—CV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Declaration of James C. Pistorino in Support of Seven Networks, Inc. 's Renewed Motion for Judgment as a Matter of
Law on Noninfringement
and Invalidity or, in the Alternative, for a New Trial; filed Jun. 2006 in the US District Court
for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil
Action No. 2:03—
CV—
333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven
Networks, Inc.
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Law on Noninfringement
and Invalidity or, in the Alternative, for a New Trial; and Exhibits A —
M; filed in the US
District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—
TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
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Renewed Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law on Noninfringement and Invalidity or, in the Alternative, for a New
Trial; filed in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas
Marshall
Division;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03—CV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Visto Corporation's Sur —
Reply in Support of Its Response in
Opposition to Seven Networks, Inc. 's Renewed Motion for
Judgment as a Matter of Law on Noninfringement and Invalidity or, in the Alternative, for a New Trial; Appendix I; and
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the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:03—
CV—
333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
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or, in the Alternative, Supplemental Motion for a
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the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:03—
CV—
333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Net-
of Law
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Page 47
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or, in the Alternative, Supplemental Motion for a New Trial;
and Exhibits A —
D; filed Aug. 29, 2006 in the US District
Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division;
Civil Action No. 2:03MV—
333—TJW; Visto Corporation v.
Seven Networks, Inc.
Order; filed Aug. 29, 2006 in the US District Court for the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:03—
CV—333—
TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Visto Corporation's Response in Opposition to Seven Networks, Inc. 's Renewed Motion for Judgment as a Matter of
Law or, in the Alternative, Supplemental Motion for a New
Trial; Appendix I; and Exhibit A —
F; filed Sep. 14, 2006 in
the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—
333—TJW; Visto
Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Seven Networks, Inc. 's Reply in Support of Its Renewed
Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law or, in the Alternative, Supplemental Motion for a New Trial; filed Sep. 25,
2006 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas
Marshall
Division;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03WV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Supplemental Declaration of Jason T. Anderson in Support
of Seven Networks, Inc. 's Renewed Motion for Judgment as
a Matter of Law or, in the Alternative, Supplemental Motion
for a New Trial; and Exhibit A; filed Sep. 25, 2006 in the US
District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Memorandum Opinion and Order; filed Dec. 19, 2006 in the
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Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—TJW, Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Seven Networks, Inc. 's Post —
Judgment, Renewed Motion
for Judgment as a Matter of Law on Noninfringement and
Invalidity or, in the Alterntive, for a New Trial, and Motion
to Alter or Amend Judgment; and Exhibit A; filed Jan. 4,
2007 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas
Marshall
Division;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03WV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Order; filed Jan. 4, 2007 in the US District Court for the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:03—
CV—333—
TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Declaration of William E. Davis III in Support of Visto Corporation's Response in Opposition to Seven Networks,
Inc. 's Post —
Judgment, Renewed Motion for Judgment as a
Matter of Law on Non —
Infringement and Invalidity or, in the
Alternative, for a New Trial, and Motion to Alter or Amend
Judgment; and Exhibits A —
D; filed Jan. 22, 2007 in the US
District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Visto Corporation's Response in Opposition to Seven Networks, Inc. 's Post —
Judgment, Renewed Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law on Non —
Infringement and Invalidity or, in the Alternative, for a New Trial, and Motion to Alter
or Amend Judgment; filed Jan. 22, 2007 in the US District
Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division;
Civil Action No. 2:03MV—
333—TJW; Visto Corporation v.
Seven Networks, Inc.
Order; filed Feb. 26, 2007 in the US District Court for the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:03—
CV—
333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Transcript of Trial Before the Honorable T. John Ward
United States District Judge and a Jury; Apr. 24, 2006, 8:30
A. M. in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333;
Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Transcript of Trial Before the Honorable T. John Ward
United States District Judge and a Jury; Apr. 24, 2006, I:30
P.M. in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas
Marshall
Division;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03—CV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Transcript of Trial Before the Honorable T. John Ward
United States District Judge and a Jury; Apr. 25, 2006, 8:10
A. M. in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333;
Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Transcript of Trial Before the Honorable T. John Ward
United States District Judge and a Jury; Apr. 25, 2006, I:15
P.M. in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333;
Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Transcript of Trial Before the Honorable T. John Ward
United States District Judge and a Jury; Apr. 26, 2006, 8:00
A. M. in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333;
Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Transcript of Trial Before the Honorable T. John Ward
United States District Judge and a Jury; Apr. 26, 2006, I:15
P.M. in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333;
Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Transcript of Trial Before the Honorable T. John Ward
United States District Judge and a Jury; Apr. 27, 2006, 8:30
A. M. in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333;
Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Transcript of Trial Before the Honorable T. John Ward
United States District Judge and a Jury; Apr. 27, 2006, I:15
P.M. in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333;
Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Transcript of Trial Before the Honorable T. John Ward
United States District Judge and a Jury; Apr. 28, 2006, 8:30
A. M. in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333;
Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Transcript of Trial Before the Honorable Caroline Craven
United States District Judge and a Jury; Apr. 28, 2006, 3:30
P.M. in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333;
Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Exhibit A: Patent Rule 3—1(C) Claim Chart for '192 Patent.
US 6,085, 192 C2
Page 48
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2004 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas
Marshall
Division;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03WV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Exhibits A —
D to the First Amended Complaint; filed Jun. 3,
2004 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas
Marshall
Division;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03WV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Patent Local Rule 3—
3 Preliminary Invalidity Chart for the
U. S. Patent No. 6, 085, 192.
Microsoft's
Preliminary
Invalidity
Contentions;
with
Appendix A and Exhibit A; filed in the US District Court of
of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:05—
CV—546 (DJF); Visto Corporation v. Microsoft
Corporation.
Microsoft Corporation's Supplemental Invalidity Contentions; filed in the US District Court of the Eastern District of
Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:05MV—
546
(DJF); Visto Corporation v. Microsoft Corporation.
Microsoft Corporation's Supplemental Invalidity Contentions; filed in the US District Court of the Eastern District of
Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:05MV—
546
(DJF); Visto Corporation v. Microsoft Corporation.
Ex Parte Reexamination Certificate (5234th); filed Jul. 3,
2007 in the US District Court of the Eastern District of Texas
Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:05MV—
546 —
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Claim Construction Hearing; filed Dec. 27, 2006 in the US
District Court of the Eastern District of Texas Marshall DiviCV—365—TJW; Seven Networks,
sion; Civil Action No. 2:05—
Inc. v. Visto Corporation.
Claim Construction Hearing; filed Dec. 27, 2006 in the US
District Court of the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Divi365—TJW —CE; Seven Netsion; Civil Action No. 2:05MV—
works, Inc. v. Visto Corporation.
Memorandum Opinion and Order; filed Dec. 29, 2006 in the
US District Court of the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:05—
CV—
365—TJW —CE; Seven
Networks, Inc. v. Visto Corporation.
Third Supplemental Expert Report of Sabin R. Head, Ph. D.
the Eastern District
Regarding
Infringement
of Reexamined '192 Patent; Apr.
20, 2006; filed in the US District Court of the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:03WV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Good' s Invalidity Contentions Chart Pursuant to P.R. 3—
3(c);
Civil Action No. 2:06—
CV—39 TJW; Visto v. Good.
Visto's Identification of Prior Art Pursuant to 35 U. S.C. )
282; filed Sep. 4, 2007 in the US District Court of the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:05WV—546 —DJF; Visto Corporation v. Microsoft Corporation.
Identification of Prior Art Pursuant to 35 U. S.C. ) 282 By
Defendant Microsoft Corporation Pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P.
26(a)(3); filed Sep. 4, 2007 in the US District Court of the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:05—
CV—546 (DJF); Visto Corporation v. Microsoft
Corporation.
Appendix B Patent Rule 3—
3(c) Invalidity Claim Chart for
U. S. Patent 6, 219,694; Civil Action No. 2:06MV—181; Visto
v. RIM.
Appendix C Patent Rule 3—
3(c) Invalidity Claim Chart for
U. S. Patent 6, 389,457; Civil Action No. 2:06—CV—181; Visto
v. RIM.
Visto's Preliminary Invalidity Contentions Under Local
Patent Rule 3—
3; filed in the US District Court of the Eastern
District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:06—CV—181 (TJW); Visto Corporation v. Research in
Motion Limited and Research in Motion Corporation.
Seven's Preliminary Invalidity Contentions Patent Rule 3—
3;
Oct. 12, 2004; filed in the US District Court of the Eastern
District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2&3CFV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Transcript of Claim Construction Hearing Before the Honorable T. John Ward United States District Judge; Mar. 14,
2005, 9:00 A. M. ; in the US District Court of the Eastern
District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:03—CV—333 (TJW); Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
US 5968131 Preliminary
Invalidity
Contentions;
Visto v.
Invalidity
Contentions;
Visto v.
Invalidity
Contentions;
Visto v.
Smartner.
US 5968131 Preliminary
Smartner.
US 5968131 Preliminary
Smartner.
US 6708221 Preliminary
Invalidity Contentions; Visto v.
Smartner.
Smartner's First Amended Preliminary Invalidity Contentions; Jul. 3, 2006; in the US District Court of the Eastern
District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:05—CV—91—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Smartner Informations Systems, Ltd.
Proof of Service; Mar. 11, 2005; Visto Corporation v. Sproqit Technologies, Inc.
Defendant Sproqit Technologies, Inc. 's Preliminary Invalidity Contentions Under Patent Rule 3—
3; and Exhibits A —D;
Mar. 11, 2005; US States District Court the Northern District
of California San Francisco Division; Case No. C 04&651F
(EMC); Visto Corporation v. Sproqit Technologies, Inc.
Answer and Counterclaim to Palintiff s First Amended
Complaint; filed Aug. 7, 2006 in the US District Court for
the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:06WV—
39 TJW; Visto Corporation v. Good Technology,
Inc.
First Amended Answer and Counterclaim to Plaintiff's First
Amended Complaint; filed Jul. 11, 2007 in the US District
Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division;
Civil Action No. 2:06—
CV—
39 TJW; Visto Corporation v.
Good Technology, Inc.
Visto Corporation's Reply to Good Technology, Inc. 's
Counterclaim to Plaintiff's First Amended Complaint; filed
Aug. 29, 2006 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:06—CV—39 TJW; Visto Corporation v. Good Technology,
Inc.
Visto's Reply to Good's Counterclaim; filed Mar. 30, 2006
in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:06MV—
39 TJW;
Visto Corporation v. Good Technology, Inc.
Answer and Counterclaim of Infowave Software, Inc. ; filed
Nov. 25, 2003 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:03CV—332 Ward;
Inc.
Visto Corporation
v. Infowave Software,
US 6,085, 192 C2
Page 49
Complaint for Patent Infringment; Injunctive Relief; Damages; Demand for Jury Trial; filed Sep. 23, 2003 in the US
District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:03MV—
332 TJW; Visto Corporation v. Infowave Software, Inc.
Declaration of Sean Mills in Support of Defendant
Microsoft's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment of Invalidity of Visto's Patents; filed Jul. 3, 2007 in the US District
Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division;
Civil Action No. 2:05—
CV—546 DJF; Visto Corporation v.
Microsoft Corporation.
Joint Patent Rule 4—
5(D) Claim Chart; filed Dec. 5, 2006 in
the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:05—
CV—546 —DJF: Visto
Corporation v. Microsoft Corporation.
Microsoft's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment of Invalidity of Visto's Patents; filed Jul. 2, 2007 in the US District
Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division;
Civil Action No. 2:05—
CV—546 —
DJF: Visto Corporation v.
Microsoft Corporation.
Microsoft Corporation's Supplemental Invalidity Contentions; in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas
Marshall
Division;
Civil
Action
No.
2:05WV—546 —DJF: Visto Corporation v. Microsoft Corporation.
Visto's Reply, Defenses, and Counter —
Counterlcaims to
Microsoft's First Amended Answer and Counterclaims; filed
Mar. 30, 2007 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:05WV—546 —DJF; Visto Corporation v. Microsoft Corporation.
Claim Construction Order; filed Aug. 28, 2007 in the US
District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:05—
CV—546—DJF; Visto Corporation v. Microsoft Corporation.
First Amended Complaint for Patent Infringement; Injunctive Relief; Damages; and Demand for Jury Trial; and
Exhibits A —
E; filed Jun. 2, 2006 in the US District Court for
the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:05—
CV—DJF; Visto Corporation v. Microsoft Corporation.
Microsoft's First Amended Answer and
Mar. 12, 2007 in the US District Court
trict of Texas Marshall Division;
2:05WV—546 —DJF; Visto Corporation
ration.
Counterclaims; filed
for the Eastern DisCivil Action No.
v. Microsoft Corpo-
Microsoft's Reply to Visto's Counterclaims; filed Apr. 23,
2007 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas
Marshall
Division;
Civil
Action
No.
2:05WV—546 —DJF; Visto Corporation v. Microsoft Corporation.
Research in Motion Limited's and Research in Motion Corporation's First Amended Answer, Defenses and Counterclaims; and Exhibits I —
3; filed Mar. 6, 2007 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:06CV—181; Visto Corporation
v. Research in Motion Limited, and Research in Motion Corporation.
Visto Corporation's Reply to Research in Motion Limited's
and Research in Motion Corporation's First Amended Counterclaims and Visto's Counter —
Counterclaims; and Exhibit
A; filed Mar. 23, 2007 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:06—CV—181—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Research in
Motion Limited, et al.
Research in Motion Limited's and Research in Motion Corporation's Answer and Defenses to Visto Corporation's
CounterMounterclaims;
filed Sep. 6, 2007 in the US District
Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division;
Civil Action No. 2:06MV—181—
TJW; Visto Corporation v.
Research in Motion Limited, and Research in Motion Corporationcorporation.
Visto Corporation's Reply to Research in Motion Limited's
and Research in Motion Corporation's Counterclaims; filed
Jun. 28, 2006 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:06—CV—181—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Research in
Motion Limited, et al.
Order; filed Apr. 20, 2005 in the US District Court for the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:03—
CV—
333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Final Judgment and Permanent Injunction; filed Dec. 19,
2006 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas
Marshall
Division;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03—CV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
First Amended Complaint for Patent Infringement; Injunctive Relief; Damages; and Demand for Jury Trial; filed Jun.
3, 2004 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas
Marshall
Division;
Civil
Action
No.
2:03—CV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
First Amended Answer to Complaint for Patent Infringement
and Defendant's Counterclaims; filed Dec. 15, 2003 in the
US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:03MVC —
333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Transcript of Trial Before the Honorable Caroline Craven
United States Magistrate Judge and a Jury; Apr. 28, 2006;
3:30 P.M. in the US District Court for the Eastern District of
Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:03—
CV—333;
Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Claim Construction Hearing; Mar. 14, 2005; 9:00 A. M. in
the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No. 2:03MV—
333—TJW; Visto
Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Visto's Reply to Seven's Counterclaims in Answer to First
Amended Complaint for Patent Infringement and Counterclaims; filed Jun. 15, 2004 in the US District Court for the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:03—
CV—33—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Defendant
Seven Networks,
Inc. 's, Second Amended
Answer to First Amended Complaint for Patent Infringement and Counterclaims; filed Dec. 19, 2004 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall DiviCivil
Action No. 2:03—
CV—
333—TJW; Visto
sion;
Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
US 6,085, 192 C2
Page 50
Order; filed Apr. 18, 2006 in the US District Court for the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:03—
CV—333—
TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Transcript of Hearing on Permanent Injunction Before the
Honorable Judge T. John Ward United States District Judge;
Oct. 25, 2006, I:00 P.M. in the US District Court for the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:03—
CV—333—
TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks, Inc.
Plaintiff Visto Corporation's Reply to Defendant Seven Networks, Inc. 's Third Amended Answer to First Amended
Complaint for Patent Infringement and Counterclaims; filed
Apr. 17, 2006 in the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:03WV—333—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Plaintiff Visto Corporation's Reply to Defendant Seven Networks, Inc. 's Second Amended Answer to First Amended
Complaint for Patent Infringement and Counterclaims; filed
Dec. 22, 2004 in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action No.
2:03WV—33—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Seven Networks,
Inc.
Smartner Information Systems, Ltd. ' s Amended Answer and
Counterclaim; filed Oct. 3, 2005 in the US District Court for
the Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:05—
CV—91—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Smartner
Information Systems, Ltd.
Plaintiff Visto Corporation's Response to Defendant Smartner Information Systems, Ltd's Amended Answer and Counterclaim; filed Oct. 24, 2005 in the US District Court for the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Division; Civil Action
No. 2:05—
CV—91—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Smartner
Information Systems, Ltd.
Order; filed Dec. 29, 2006 in the US District Court for the
Eastern District of Texas Marshall Divison; Civil Action No.
2:05WV—91—TJW; Visto Corporation v. SmartnerInformation Systems, Ltd.
Claim Construction Hearing; Oct. 18, 2006, 8:30A. M. in the
US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:05—
CV—91—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Smartner Information
Systems, Ltd.
Smartner Information
Systems, Ltd. 's Third Amended
Answer and Counterclaims; filed Feb. 23, 2007 in the US
District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Marshall
Division; Civil Action No. 2:05—
CV—91—TJW; Visto Corporation v. Smartner Information Systems, Ltd.
Answer; filed May 30, 2006 in the US District Court Northern District of California San Francisco Division; Case No.
C 04 —0651 EMC; Visto Corporation v. Sproqit Technologies, Inc.
"Workspace Element" and
Order Re Claim Construction
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Court for the Northern District of California Magistrate
Judge Edward M. Chen; Case No. C04&651 EMC; Visto
Corporation v. Sproqit Technologies, Inc.
Sproqit's Preliminary Invalidity Contentions Pursuant to
Patent Local Rule 3—
3; Feb. 8, 2006 in the US District Court
Northern District of California San Francisco Division; Case
No. 04&651 EMC; Visto Corporation v. Sproqit Technologies, Inc.
Sproqit's Preliminary Invalidity Contentions Pursuant to
Patent Local Rule 3—
3; Feb. 8, 2006 in the US District Court
Northern District of California San Francisco Division; Case
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in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
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D—
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333—TJW, Filed May 2, 2007.
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Defendant,
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I
EX PARTE
REEXAMINATION CERTIFICATE
ISSUED UNDER 35 U. S.C. 307
s
THE PATENT IS HEREBY AMENDED AS
INDICATED BELOW.
Matter enclosed in heavy brackets [ ] appeared in the
patent, but has been deleted and is no longer a part of the
patent; matter printed in italics indicates additions made
to the patent.
AS A RESULT OF REEXAMINATION,
DETERMINED THAT:
The patentability
is confirmed.
IT HAS BEEN
of claims 1, 3—5, 9—11, 14—1S and 20 —22
Claim 19 was previously cancelled.
20
Claims 2, 6—
S, 12 and 25 are cancelled.
Claims
amended.
13, 23 and 24 are determined to be patentable as
New claims 26 —
37 are added and determined to be patent-
able.
13.The system of claim [12] l0 further comprising a cornmunications module for communicating through the first
firewall and through [the] a global firewall protecting a glo-
3Q
bal server.
23. A computer-based
method comprising the steps of:
(a) establishing a secure communications channel through
a firewall using an HTTP port or an SSL port;
gs
(b) generating first examination results from first version
information which indicates whether a first workspace
element stored at a first store within the firewall has
40
been modified;
(c) before generating the first examination results, the step
of updating the first version information whenever the
first workspace element is modified;
(d) generating second examination results from second 45
version information which indicates whether an
independently-modifiable
copy of the first workspace
element has been modified, the copy being stored at a
second store outside the firewall;
(e) initiating steps (b) and (d) from within the firewall
when predetermined criteria have been satisfied;
(f) determining based on the first and second examination
results that both the first workspace element and the
copy have been modified; and
(g) storing both the first workspace element and the copy ss
at the first store and at the second store, wherein the
second store [comprises] is on a smart phone.
24. A system comprising:
first means for generating first examination results from
first version information which indicates whether a first
workspace element stored at a first store within a firewall has been modified;
second means for generating second examination results
from second version information which indicates
whether an independently-modifiable
copy of the first
workspace element has been modified, the copy being
stored at a second store outside the firewall;
means for updating the first version information whenever
the first workspace element is modified or updating the
second version information whenever the copy is modified;
means for initiating the first and second means from
within the firewall when predetermined criteria have
been satisfied;
means for determining based on the first and second
examination results that both the first workspace element and the copy have been modified; and
means for storing both the first workspace element and the
copy at the first store and at the second store, wherein
the second store [comprises] is on a smart phone.
26. The method of claim l, wherein thefirst store is on a
service server located in a LAN protected by the firewall,
and the initiating is via a base system coupled to the service
server via the LAN.
27. The method of claim l, wherein initiating is triggered
in response to thefirst workspace element being modified.
28. The system of claim l0, wherein thefirst store is on a
service server located in a LAN protected by the firewall,
and a base system is coupled to the service server via the
LAN, the base system including the synchronization-start
module.
29. The system of claim l0, wherein the predetermined
criteria include whether the first workspace element has
been modified.
30. The computer-readable storage medium according to
claim 22, wherein the first store is on a service server
located in a LANprotected by thefirewall, and the initiating
is via a base system coupled to the service server via the
LAN.
3l. The computer-readable storage medium of claim 22,
wherein initiating is triggered in response to the first workspace element being modified.
32. The method of claim 23, wherein thefirst store is on a
service server located in a LAN protected by the firewall,
and initiating is via a base system coupled to the service
server via the LAN.
33. The method of claim 23, wherein initiating is triggered
in response to thefirst workspace element being modified.
34. The system of claim 24, wherien thefirst store is on a
service server located in a LANprotected by thefirewall, the
system further comprising:
a base system coupled to the service server via the LAN,
the base system including the means for initiating the
first and second means.
35. The system of claim 24, wherein the predetermined
criteria include whether the first workspace element has
been modified.
36. The system of claim 2l, wherein thefirst store is on a
service server located in a LANprotected by thefirewall, the
system further comprising:
a base system coupled to the service server via the LAN,
the base system including the means for initiating the
first and second means.
37. The system of claim 2l, wherein the predetermined
criteria include whether the first workspace element has
been modified.
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