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Automated Email
Processing Using ePADD
RBMS - June 25, 2015
Glynn Edwards
Head, Technical Services Special Collections
Dir...
About
ePADD
Software
ePADD version June 17, 2015 © Stanford University
Licensed with source code under Apache License 2.0
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Automated email processing using ePADD, RBMS presentation, June 25, 2015
Automated email processing using ePADD, RBMS presentation, June 25, 2015
Automated email processing using ePADD, RBMS presentation, June 25, 2015
Automated email processing using ePADD, RBMS presentation, June 25, 2015
Automated email processing using ePADD, RBMS presentation, June 25, 2015
Automated email processing using ePADD, RBMS presentation, June 25, 2015
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Automated email processing using ePADD, RBMS presentation, June 25, 2015

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Open-source software, developed at Stanford University Libraries with funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, designed to appraise, process, and deliver email archives for research. Based on earlier MUSE software designed by Sudheendra Hangal.

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Automated email processing using ePADD, RBMS presentation, June 25, 2015

  1. 1. Automated Email Processing Using ePADD RBMS - June 25, 2015 Glynn Edwards Head, Technical Services Special Collections Director, ePADD Project
  2. 2. About ePADD Software ePADD version June 17, 2015 © Stanford University Licensed with source code under Apache License 2.0 Credits Research and Development Sudheendra Hangal, Ashoka University and Amuse Labs Vihari Piratla, Amuse Labs Sit Manovit, iXora Inc. Peter Chan, Stanford University Libraries Glynn Edwards, Stanford University Libraries Josh Schneider, Stanford University Libraries Design Saumya Sarangi, Lollypop Design Mandeep RJ, Lollypop Design Initial specifications (requirements and wireframes) Daniel Hartwig, Stanford University Libraries Daniel Jarvis, Hoover Institute, Stanford Lisa Miller, Hoover Institute, Stanford Aimee Morgan, formerly Stanford Laura O'Hara, formerly SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Testing and Collaboration Donald Mennerich, New York University Libraries Susan Thomas, Bodleian Library, Oxford University Riccardo Ferrante & Lynda Schmitz Fuhrig, Smithsonian Institution Terry Catapano, Stephen Davis, and Dina Sokolova, Columbia Univ. Advisors Jeremy Leighton John, British Library Monica S. Lam, Stanford University Phillip R. Malone, Stanford University Pam Maples, Stanford University Meg McAleer, Library of Congress Chris Prom, University of Illinois Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland Jeff Ubois, Macarthur Foundation Funding National Historical Publications & Records Commission Payton J. Treat Fund from the Stanford University Libraries U.S. National Science Foundation (for Muse) Mobisocial Laboratory at Stanford University (for Muse)

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