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Jesse L Dougherty

from Renton, WA
Age ~34

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  • Renton, WA
  • Burien, WA
  • Seattle, WA
  • 25381 Mahalo Cir, Madison, AL 35756
  • Rolling Meadows, IL
  • Chicago, IL
  • Crestview, FL
  • Huntsville, AL
  • Decatur, AL
  • Bellingham, WA

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Position: Professional/Technical

Industries

Computer Software

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Jesse Dougherty

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Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Industry:
Computer Software

Publications

Us Patents

Combining Communication Policies Into Common Rules Store

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US Patent:
7810160, Oct 5, 2010
Filed:
Dec 28, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/320348
Inventors:
Jesse M. Dougherty - Kirkland WA,
Malcolm E. Pearson - Kirkland WA,
Shawn M. Thomas - Seattle WA,
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 7/04
US Classification:
726 26, 713166, 713167
Abstract:
A method for applying a common communication policy over at least two user groups of an organization. The method receives a communication request to transmit a communication between a sender user and at least one recipient user. The method identifies characteristics of the sender user and identifies characteristics of the at least one recipient user. The method further accesses a communication rules store common to the at least two user groups and determines the communication rules in the rules store applicable to the received communication based upon at least one of the characteristics of the sender user, the characteristics of the at least one recipient user, and the content of the communication. The method applies the identified rules to the communication.

Secure Transactional Communication

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US Patent:
8010612, Aug 30, 2011
Filed:
Apr 17, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/736487
Inventors:
Mihai Costea - Redmond WA,
Jeffrey B. Kay - Bellevue WA,
Jesse Dougherty - Bothell WA,
Mayerber Carvalho Neto - Bellevue WA,
Jain Chandresh - Sammamish WA,
Mayank Mehta - Redmond WA,
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709206, 709226, 709245, 709203, 709219, 709225
Abstract:
Systems for providing sign-up email addresses are disclosed herein. A user may set up a sign-up email address for receiving emails from a trusted, Internet-based enterprise. The user may set up a dedicated mailbox folder associated with the sign-up email address or enterprise. The email server may automatically direct emails coming from that enterprise into that folder. To “unsubscribe,” the user needs only to delete the folder or the sign-up address. Emails from the enterprise to the sign-up address may be highlighted in the user's main inbox. Thus, the user may be assured that any such email is truly from the enterprise, and not a phishing expedition or spam. Such systems also provide the user with effective tools to recognize phish or spam emails that appear to be from the trusted enterprise and not to act on them.

Transport High Availability Via Acknowledge Management

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US Patent:
8352558, Jan 8, 2013
Filed:
Feb 10, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/368312
Inventors:
Victor Boctor - Redmond WA,
Todd C. Luttinen - Redmond WA,
Jeffrey B. Kay - Bellevue WA,
Jesse M. Dougherty - Bothell WA,
Malcom Pearson - Seattle WA,
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709206, 709203
Abstract:
Architecture that facilitates transport high availability for messaging services by providing the ability of a receiving entity (e. g. , receiving message transfer agent (MTA)) to detect if a sending entity (e. g. , sending MTA or client) is a legacy sending entity. When the receiving entity detects that the sending entity is a legacy system, by advertising transport high availability capability to the sending entity, if the sending entity does not opt-in to this capability, the receiving entity keeps the sending entity client “on hold”, that is, waiting for an acknowledgement (ACK) until the receiving entity delivers the message to the next hops (immediate destinations). This approach maintains at least two copies of the message until the message is successfully delivered (to the next hop(s)). Hence, if the legacy sending entity or the receiving entity fails, the message is still delivered successfully.

Pre-Send Evaluation Of E-Mail Communications

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US Patent:
8539029, Sep 17, 2013
Filed:
Oct 29, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/927592
Inventors:
Sara L. Manning - Bellevue WA,
Jesse M. Dougherty - Seattle WA,
Shawn M. Thomas - Seattle WA,
Nathan F. Waddoups - Redmond WA,
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 3/048
US Classification:
709206, 709245, 715824, 715821, 715810, 715764
Abstract:
A system for identifying attributes associated with content of an e-mail message and alerting a user includes a client device programmed to allow a user to create an e-mail message including at least one recipient and a message content, a server programmed to check an attribute of the e-mail message, and to send the e-mail message, and one or more information stores in communication with the server, the information stores including information about the e-mail message. The server is programmed to query the information stores to obtain information about the e-mail message as the message is being composed by the user, and the server sends a mail tip to the client regarding the e-mail message. The client is programmed to provide the mail tip to the user, the mail tip being formatted and positioned by the client so that it is integrated within a header section of the e-mail message.

Reviewing Effectiveness Of Communication Rules System

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US Patent:
2007015, Jun 28, 2007
Filed:
Dec 28, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/321292
Inventors:
Jesse Dougherty - Redmond WA,
Malcolm Pearson - Kirkland WA,
Shawn Thomas - Seattle WA,
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 9/45
US Classification:
703022000
Abstract:
A method for reviewing effectiveness of a rules system applying one or more rules to communication traffic of a group of users. The method analyzes a log containing one or more communications reviewed by the rules system to determine if the communications in the log conforms to the communications policy. The method also identifies one or more of the rules of the rules system violated by the communications when the analyzing the log determines that at least one of the communications in the log does not conform to the communications policy. Other methods determine the effectiveness of planned modifications to a rules system.

Transport High Availability Via Acknowledge Management

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US Patent:
2013010, Apr 25, 2013
Filed:
Dec 10, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/710116
Inventors:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA,
Todd C. Luttinen - Redmond WA,
Jeffrey B. Kay - Bellevue WA,
Jesse M. Dougherty - Bothell WA,
Malcom Pearson - Seattle WA,
Assignee:
MICROSOFT CORPORATION - Redmond WA
International Classification:
H04L 12/58
US Classification:
709206
Abstract:
Architecture that facilitates transport high availability for messaging services by providing the ability of a receiving entity (e.g., receiving message transfer agent (MTA)) to detect if a sending entity (e.g., sending MTA or client) is a legacy sending entity. When the receiving entity detects that the sending entity is a legacy system, by advertising transport high availability capability to the sending entity, if the sending entity does not opt-in to this capability, the receiving entity keeps the sending entity client “on hold”, that is, waiting for an acknowledgement (ACK) until the receiving entity delivers the message to the next hops (immediate destinations). This approach maintains at least two copies of the message until the message is successfully delivered (to the next hop(s)). Hence, if the legacy sending entity or the receiving entity fails, the message is still delivered successfully.

Pre-Send Evaluation Of E-Mail Communications

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US Patent:
2013033, Dec 19, 2013
Filed:
Aug 20, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/971109
Inventors:
Jesse M. Dougherty - Seattle WA,
Shawn M. Thomas - Seattle WA,
Nathan F. Waddoups - Redmond WA,
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
H04L 12/58
US Classification:
709206
Abstract:
A system for identifying attributes associated with content of an e-mail message and alerting a user includes a client device programmed to allow a user to create an e-mail message including at least one recipient and a message content, a server programmed to check an attribute of the e-mail message, and to send the e-mail message, and one or more information stores in communication with the server, the information stores including information about the e-mail message. The server is programmed to query the information stores to obtain information about the e-mail message as the message is being composed by the user, and the server sends a mail tip to the client regarding the e-mail message. The client is programmed to provide the mail tip to the user, the mail tip being formatted and positioned by the client so that it is integrated within a header section of the e-mail message.

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This Is Not Available 036199

This is not available 036199

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Author

Jesse Nyce Dougherty

Binding

Paperback

Pages

210

Publisher

ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Publishing

Publication Date

2011-09-10

ISBN #

1243976659

EAN Code

9781243976659

ISBN #

21

This Is Not Available 036199 By Dougherty Jesse Nyce (2011-09-10) Paperback

This is not available 036199 by Dougherty Jesse Nyce (2011-09-10) Paperback

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Author

Dougherty Jesse Nyce

Binding

Paperback

Publication Date

1600

ISBN #

19

The songs and poems of Charles Dougherty

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Author

Charles Jesse Dougherty

Binding

Unknown Binding

Publisher

s.n

Publication Date

1974

ISBN #

8

The songs and poems of Charles Dougherty

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Author

Charles Jesse Dougherty

Binding

Unknown Binding

Publisher

s.n

Publication Date

1976

ISBN #

20

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