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Senior Project - SPAM

 

Network-Based Appointment and Messaging System

Senior Project: 1989-1990
John Hardt, Basim Kadhim, Ulf Kjelaas and Gregory Schaefer

Group Benefits Shoppers, Inc. is a small company that develops and markets software nationwide for the insurance industry. The project was to develop an appointment and messaging system that would work on a NetBios compatible network in their offices. The appointment system provided a user friendly interface similar to what one might see in an appointment calendar found at a business supply store. The messaging system made use of the NetBios interface to send arbitrary messages from one station on the network to a remote station on the same network. Also included with the messaging system was an electronic telephone message pad which would notify the recipient of a call via the NetBios interface as soon as the message had been entered. These programs were written in 80x86 assembler and in C.

 
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