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Dustin M Donaldson

from Concord, CA
Age ~55

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  • Concord, CA
  • Butte, MT
  • Oakland, CA
  • Milpitas, CA
  • San Jose, CA
  • Fremont, CA
  • Santa Clara, CA
  • Sunnyvale, CA

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Dustin Donaldson

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Location:
San Francisco Bay Area
Industry:
Computer Software
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Dustin Donaldson

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Location:
United States

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Internet To Voice Mail Messaging

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US Patent:
6374223, Apr 16, 2002
Filed:
Jun 11, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/330392
Inventors:
Dustin Donaldson - Fremont CA
Douglas A. Sabella - Saratoga CA
Assignee:
Lucent Technologies, Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
G10L 1308
US Classification:
704260, 704270, 704271, 704275
Abstract:
A method of and apparatus for Internet voice mail messaging allows for automatic retrieval of information from the Internet, text to digital speech conversion of the information, if necessary, conversion of the digital speech information from digital format to a proprietary digital voice signal, if necessary and transfer of such information to various users through conventional telephonic voice messaging systems. The method and apparatus automatically accesses the Internet, downloads the information to be retrieved, converts the information from a digital format to a proprietary digital voice signal, transmits the converted information to a dedicated telephonic voice messaging system, and instructs the dedicated telephonic voice messaging system to transmit the information to the voice mail boxes of various selected users. The users may be users specific to the dedicated telephonic voice messaging system or users of other voice messaging systems which are networked with the dedicated telephonic voice messaging system through a conventional voice mail network over standard public service telephone network lines or digital link, either of which may use proprietary protocols.

Instant Message Notification Application

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US Patent:
7191213, Mar 13, 2007
Filed:
Oct 25, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/697113
Inventors:
Louis Bouchard - Santa Cruz CA, US
Dustin M. Donaldson - Fremont CA, US
Assignee:
Avaya Technology Corp. - Basking Ridge NJ
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709204
Abstract:
A more efficient message notification system utilizing technology found in Instant Messaging Services. The more efficient system is achieved by first registering a Message Notification Application with an Instant Messaging Service. A user logs onto the Instant Messaging Service and indicates to the Message Notification Application that the user would like to be notified when new messages arrive. The Message Notification Application then adds the user to its own buddy list. The user is notified by the Message Notification Application through the Instant Messaging Service when a message is received. The user can then retrieve messages through an internet appliance with sound capabilities, or by utilizing the voice-to-text conversion capabilities of the application from the voice messaging or unified messaging server, or by more traditional methods such as a telephone.

Instant Message Notification Application

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US Patent:
20050055411, Mar 10, 2005
Filed:
Oct 15, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/966414
Inventors:
Louis Bouchard - Santa Cruz CA, US
Dustin Donaldson - Fremont CA, US
International Classification:
G06F015/16
US Classification:
709206000
Abstract:
A more efficient message notification system utilizing technology found in Instant Messaging Services. The more efficient system is achieved by first registering a Message Notification Application with an Instant Messaging Service. A user logs onto the Instant Messaging Service and indicates to the Message Notification Application that the user would like to be notified when new messages arrive. The Message Notification Application then adds the user to its own buddy list. The user is notified by the Message Notification Application through the Instant Messaging Service when a message is received. The user can then retrieve messages through an internet appliance with sound capabilities, or by utilizing the voice-to-text conversion capabilities of the application from the voice messaging or unified messaging server, or by more traditional methods such as a telephone.

Automated Selection Of A Protocol By A Communicating Entity To Match The Protocol Of A Communications Network

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US Patent:
6212160, Apr 3, 2001
Filed:
Mar 24, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/047007
Inventors:
Raymond A. Barbieri - Campbell CA
Gregory F. Crofton - Pleasanton CA
Dustin M. Donaldson - Fremont CA
Marius C. Milner - Santa Clara CA
Assignee:
Avaya Technlogy Corp. - Miami Lakes FL
International Classification:
H04Q 130
G06F 1338
G06F 1100
US Classification:
370217
Abstract:
A client application (121) is automatically adapted to communicate between its corresponding terminal (107-109) and a server (101) via any communications network (102-104) that supports any of the protocols that the client application supports. The client application is administered (135) during installation to support a plurality of protocols one of which is designated (225) as being preferred. The application first attempts (300-310) to establish a communications channel by using the preferred protocol. If that fails, the application attempts (315-325) to establish the communications channel by using another supported protocol. Success of either attempt leads the application to determine (340) if another channel is needed, and if so, to attempt to establish it by using the successful protocol. Failure of this last attempt leads the application to repeat the first attempt.
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