KR100939714B1 - Method for transferring the auto answering message by the Email - Google Patents

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KR100939714B1
KR100939714B1 KR1020030036820A KR20030036820A KR100939714B1 KR 100939714 B1 KR100939714 B1 KR 100939714B1 KR 1020030036820 A KR1020030036820 A KR 1020030036820A KR 20030036820 A KR20030036820 A KR 20030036820A KR 100939714 B1 KR100939714 B1 KR 100939714B1
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The present invention transmits the voice left by the other party to the computer via e-mail when the auto answer function is set in the mobile communication terminal, thereby enabling the user to listen to the voice left by the other party through the computer without the user terminal. The purpose is to provide a transmission method.
To this end, the present invention comprises the steps of setting the auto-answer mode including the e-mail address that the terminal user wants to be notified, and when the call signal is received while the auto-answer mode is set, the counterpart responded according to the set auto-answer request Storing the contents of the auto-response message in the receiving terminal, converting the contents of the auto-response message of the counterpart stored in the terminal into a voice format reproducible by a computer, and transmitting the converted voice format to the computer. WAP is connected and the contents of the auto-reply message of the other party are sent to the e-mail through the connected WAP. This is a useful effect that can conveniently listen to the voice left by the other party anytime and anywhere through the computer without the user terminal. To provide
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Method for transferring the auto answering message by the Email}

1 is a configuration block diagram of a voice answering system to which the present invention is applied.

2 is a flowchart showing the overall operation flow according to the e-mail transmission method of an auto-reply message, which is an embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 3 is a voice format display of the auto-reply message of the present invention.

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300: Playable audio format on the terminal 301: Frame

311, 312, 321: Header 320: Raw data area

The present invention relates to a method for transmitting the contents of an autoresponse message of the other party recorded in the mobile communication terminal by e-mail. The present invention relates to an e-mail transmission method of an auto-reply message that transmits to a computer through a computer so that a voice of a counterpart can be heard through a computer without a user terminal.                         

Recently, with the development of the mobile communication system, the rapid spread of the subscribers of the mobile communication terminal is increasing rapidly.

However, due to the carelessness of the user using the mobile communication terminal, there are frequent cases of causing unpleasant feelings of the surrounding people or damage caused by ringtones at important moments, which is not serious because it causes serious damage even if it is not the intention of the user. Can't.

Therefore, it is necessary to block ringing at the place where quietness such as court, library, rehabilitation, temple, concert hall need not be disturbed by ringing of mobile communication terminal.

In order to compensate for this, the ARS (Automatic Response System) generally operates when the user cannot receive a call signal by using a general telephone or a mobile communication terminal. According to the recorded voice, the user utilizes the function by achieving a predetermined purpose to which the user wants to respond.

Initially, the ARS system has been mainly used for guiding the other party's phone call or recording a message in the absence of a call, but recently, it has been used in many applications due to the development of mobile communication and Internet technologies.

In addition, as a voice mail system (VMS: Voice Mail System) function is a recording function that is used for a job that requires voice recording.

For example, the most representative feature is a service function that checks a message left by a customer by recording a message to be delivered when the customer does not answer a call in the mobile communication terminal.

The VMS is configured to record a voice message to the other party, to call the other party's mobile terminal and to make a call to the voicemail box, listen to the message in the voicemail box, and delete the message. It is.

Meanwhile, the Internet is becoming popular, and Internet users are provided with information and services provided by websites by accessing websites existing on the Internet.

In general, the Internet is generally accessed through a wired communication network using a PC equipped with a web browser. However, in order to satisfy the needs of Internet users, mobile internet terminals can be accessed through a wireless communication network.

As a result, a user having a wireless mobile communication terminal equipped with a web browser can access the Internet network and receive information from a website.

Therefore, in the case of the above-described Internet terminal, there is a need for a technology capable of checking the contents of a message of the other party left in the terminal with a computer using e-mail.

Accordingly, the present invention has been proposed to solve the above-mentioned problems. When the auto-response function is set in the mobile communication terminal, the other party transmits the voice left by the other party to the computer via e-mail, and the other party does not need the user terminal. The purpose of the present invention is to provide an e-mail transmission method of an auto-reply message that allows the user to listen to the voice left behind.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides a method for transmitting the contents of an auto-reply message of a counterpart recorded in a mobile communication terminal by e-mail, wherein the terminal user includes an auto-response including an e-mail address desired to be notified. Setting a mode, and when a call signal is received while the auto answer mode is set, storing the content of the auto-answer message of the other party in response to the set auto-answer request in the receiving terminal, and the other party stored in the terminal. Converting the contents of the auto-reply message into a voice format that can be played on a computer; and transmitting the converted auto-reply message contents to the e-mail via the connected WAP. A step is made.

The conversion of the contents of the auto-response message of the user terminal into a voice format that can be played on a computer converts the header of the terminal voice playback format into a playback format of a computer.

The contents of the other party's auto-response message are entered in the raw data area of the playback format, and the contents of the other party's auto-response message are transmitted to the e-mail via the connected WAP. .

Hereinafter, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is a block diagram illustrating a configuration of a voice answering system to which the present invention is applied. The voice answering system according to the present invention includes a mobile communication terminal 101, 102, a base station 111, 112, and a base station controller 121. (122), mobile communication switching station 130, voice message control unit 140, ARS processing unit 160, voice mailbox 180, web server 150, Internet network 170 and user computer or mobile communication service provider computer It consists of 190.

The mobile communication terminals 101 and 102 include a sender terminal and a receiver terminal, and the base stations 111 and 112 wirelessly communicate between the mobile communication terminals 101 and 102 for transmission and reception and the mobile communication switching center 130. It serves to change the signal format to suit the link and the wired link, and measures the transmit and receive electric field strength (radio wave strength) of the mobile communication terminal 101 (102) for transmission and reception and provides it to the mobile communication switching center 130.

In addition, the mobile terminal 101 (102) includes a schedule input unit for inputting a user's various memo messages or an automatic switch request to the voice mailbox 180 to block various calls disturbing the user's peace, A schedule input device is used to wirelessly send an automatic switch request to a voice mailbox or a schedule alarm management signal.

At this time, the automatic switching request to the voice mailbox or the schedule alarm management signal that can be transmitted includes time zone information that can be set according to the user's operation, and can also be transmitted including a voice message.

The base station controllers 121 and 122 serve as a means of access between each element of a base station and a cell operator, and manage a plurality of base station operations, manage service states of base station hardware and software, and allocate and configure resources for call traffic. It performs functions such as establishing information on base station operation, base station operation, monitoring, and monitoring of subordinate devices related to failures.

The mobile switching center 130 provides a circuit switching service to a plurality of base station controllers 121 and 122 and mobile communication terminals 101 and 102 for transmission and reception, and has a channel handoff function as an additional function. .

The mobile communication system is connected to any one of a plurality of base stations 111 and 112 when an arbitrary terminal user makes or receives a call using the mobile communication terminals 101 and 102 for transmission and reception.

The voice message controller 140 generates and controls a voice message notifying the counterpart subscriber terminal using the ARS processor 160 and transmits the generated voice message to the counterpart terminal through the base station 111 and 112.

The voice mailbox 180 may not establish a call with the receiver within a certain time when the terminal receiver does not receive a call signal of the sender terminal at his terminal or the caller calls the receiver. And automatically switches to deliver a voice message to the sender or to notify the receiving mobile terminal of the message that a predetermined voice message has arrived from the sender.

The web server 150 operates a predetermined homepage, and receives the voice mailbox 180 from the user computer of the mobile communication terminals 101 and 102 or the computer 190 of the mobile communication service provider through the Internet network 170. The management signal is received and provided to the mailbox management unit.

2 is a flowchart showing the overall operation flow according to the method for transmitting an e-mail of an auto-reply message according to an embodiment of the present invention. When the operation is started, the terminal user sets the auto-response mode to his terminal (201).

At this time, the terminal user inputs the address of the e-mail to be notified of the other party's voice (202).

The e-mail address is for transmitting the contents of the other party's auto-reply message to the e-mail later through the WAP connection.

When setting the answering machine mode 201, a playback format usable by the computer 190 is a voice format playable by a digital signal processing (DSP) of the terminal as shown in FIG. 3 (stored in the answering machine). Voice file format).

The first header 311 and the second header 312 of the first frame 20ms 301 are removed from the voice format 301, and then the bit string is converted into pulse code modulation (PCM). (Raw data) 320.

The raw data 320 is where the contents of various voice messages recorded from the other party are stored.

In the header 321 of the raw data 320, the format of the terminal is converted into a computer format (wav) through e-mail, and the contents of the recorded message of the other party transferred to the computer via e-mail are transmitted from the computer to the computer. Configured to be recognized.

As described above, when a call signal is received from the other party in the state in which the auto answer mode is set in the user terminal (203), the receiving terminal automatically receives the request and then requests a predetermined auto reply 204 according to the auto answer mode. The contents of the auto-reply message of the counterpart in response thereto are stored 205 in the raw data area 320 in the flash memory of the receiving terminal.

At this time, the contents of the auto-reply message of the stored party 205 are stored in a voice format that can be reproduced by the terminal.

Since the other party's auto-response message stored in the raw data area 320 of the receiving terminal 205 is not a voice format that can be played on a computer, a voice format 320 and 321 that can be recognized by a computer as shown in FIG. Is converted (206).

The voice format recognizable by the computer attaches a header 321 that can be reproduced by the computer to a corresponding area of the raw data 320 to form a voice packet format and stores it in the area of the flash file system of the terminal.

The other party's auto-response message, converted to computer-readable format 320 and 321, is connected 207 via e-mail via WAP (Wireless Application Protocol).

Then, the other party's auto-response message is sent to the computer via e-mail 208 through the WAP connection 207, and then the user WAP connection is released 209 after the user confirmation is completed.

Therefore, even if the user of the terminal does not currently have his mobile terminal, he / she logs in with his login ID through the computer and then has the phone number and voice message of the other party left on his terminal with the e-mail address stored in the e-mail transmission menu. You can check the contents.

As described in detail above, the present invention transmits the voice left by the other party to the computer via e-mail when the auto answer function is set in the mobile communication terminal, thereby allowing the voice left by the other party through the computer to be convenient at any time and anywhere. It provides a useful effect that you can listen clearly.

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  1. In the method for transmitting the contents of the auto-reply message of the other party recorded in the mobile communication terminal by e-mail,
    Setting an auto-reply mode including an e-mail address that the terminal user wants to be notified of;
    When the call signal is received while the auto answer mode is set, storing the contents of the auto answer message of the other party according to the set auto answer request in the receiving terminal;
    Converting the contents of the auto-answer message of the other party stored in the terminal into a voice format that can be played on a computer;
    And transmitting the contents of the auto-response message of the other party to the e-mail via the WAP connected to the WAP for transmitting the converted voice format to the computer.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    And converting the contents of the auto-response message of the user terminal into a voice format reproducible on a computer, converting a header of the terminal voice reproducing format into a reproducing format of a computer.
  3. The method according to claim 2,
    And the contents of the auto-response message of the other party are entered into a raw data area of the playback format.
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    And transmitting the contents of the auto-response message of the other party to the e-mail via the connected WAP, and releasing the connected WAP when the user confirmation is completed.
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KR20010036983A (en) * 1999-10-13 2001-05-07 이계철 System and method for delivering the recorded telephone message using e-mail
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