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MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Mini Project Report On
MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
In the partial fulfillment of 4th semester of
MCA By RATHEESH.R Regn_no:95580039
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS COCHIN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COCHIN -22 JUNE 2009
Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT)
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MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS COCHIN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COCHIN -22
This is to certify that the report entitled “MAIL
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM― is a bona fide record of the project work
done by RATHEESH.R in the partial fulfillment of the ward requirements for of Degree of Master of Computer Applications of the
Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin.
Place: Cochin Date: 15th JUNE, 2010 Head of the Department
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I have a great pleasure in acknowledging the help given by various individuals throughout the project work. This project is itself an acknowledgement to the inspiration, drive and technical assistance contributed by many individuals. I express my profound sincere and heartfelt gratitude to Mr. K.V.Pramod, Head of the Department of Computer Applications, for his help in the fulfillment of the project. I also express my deep gratitude to the faculty members Ms.Malathi, Mr.B.Kannan , Mr. A.Sreekumar, and other faculties for their valuable guidance, timely suggestions and help in the completion of this mini project. I extend my sincere thanks to all the non-teaching staff for providing the necessary facilities and help. Without the support of anyone of them this project would not have been a reality.
Sincerely BY RATHEESH.R
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1. Introduction 2. System Analysis Purpose Feasibility Overview 3. System Requirements Specification User Interface Requirements Database Requirements Functional Requirements Non-Functional Requirements Other Requirements and Constraints 4. System Environment Hardware Software 5. System Design Input Design Output Design Database Design
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Conclusion 10. Architectural Design Data Flow Diagrams Class Diagram State Diagram Interaction Diagram 7.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM -5- 6. Bibliography Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 5 . Software Testing Unit Testing Integral Testing Validation Testing System Testing 9.www. Screen Shots 11.finalyearthesis.final-yearproject. System Implementation 8.com | www.
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(d) User can see the files that not completed officially.finalyearthesis. (b) User can read their inward mails sending by the others. The software has been developed using the most powerful and secured backend MySQL and the most widely accepted front end tool JSP with HTML coding behind.com | www. Features of the system This system will be performing the following tasks: (a) The system will provide an interface to the user for login his page. (c) User can send mails to the other user.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM -7- Project objective The objective of this project is to manage mails in an office such that compose mails . and also remove the mails from the inbox of a particular user in that ofiice. The user log in by use his username and passward. (e) User can send/replay messages Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 7 . local mails etc.final-yearproject.read mails.www. The user can easily remove the inbox mail directly from the inbox by clicking the remove button. The user can see his inward mails.
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diagnosing the problems and using that information recommend improvement to the existing system. Purpose The purpose of this software is to build a mail system that allows the people to communicate in an efficient manner. existing software technology and available person. Also they can send mails to different users in an office. Feasibility Feasibility is the determination of whether or not a project is worth doing. The system analyst plays the role of an interrogator and dwells deep into the working of the present system. view the local mails etc. (c) Providing security. It is the process of gathering and interpreting the facts.final-yearproject. view the inward mails. The outputs are traced through the various processing that the inputs phase through. The system is viewed as a whole and the inputs of the system are identified.com | www.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM -9- System Analysis System analysis or study is an important phase of any system development process.finalyearthesis. the system analyst can go ahead and prepare the project specification which finalizes the project requirements. Technical Feasibility Technical feasibility study was done to ensure that the work can be completed with the current equipments. Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 9 . (d) Facility to communicate data to distant location. Technical needs of a system mainly includes:(a) Facility to produce outputs in a given system (b) Response time under certain conditions. The functions included in the software are send mails. Once it has been determined that a project is feasible. The process followed in making this determination is called Feasibility study.www. Also the user have an opportunity to remove the mails from the inbox.
anywhere. Time Feasibility The stipulated time for the development of the project is ―four Months‖ and it can be finished within that span of time. is financially feasible. Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 10 . Operational Feasibility This is mainly related to human organization and political aspects.www. due to the viability of internet services. which can be used at anytime. The cost required for the maintenance of the software is also realizable. which is to be developed. The points to be considered are:(a) What changes will be brought in the system? (b) What organization structures are distributed? (c) What new skills will be required? This project is a Web-based application.final-yearproject.com | www.10 - Functional Feasibility This is done to ensure whether the system is feasible with the end user.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . Hence the system is feasible in terms of time. It includes the Graphical User Interface and automatic data retrieval from the database.finalyearthesis. Financial Feasibility The software product. The software is functionally feasible.
www.finalyearthesis. The system is to provide the following advantages: Computerized mail management in an office. Informative guidance to the user Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 11 .11 - Overview The main objective of this system is to improve the capability of the current system.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . Reduce repetitive manual work Provides backup and accuracy.com | www.final-yearproject. Provides efficient storage for all the details. Make the proposed system completely user friendly and menu driven.
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The product is well designed so that it can be used easily by the users who are novices to the system.final-yearproject. (c) It should be easy to change. have security access. Mainly there are six requirements which an SRS must satisfy.finalyearthesis. The user must be able to easily switch among various I/O screens.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . Producing a reference for validation of the final product. (e) It should record throughout the lifecycle.www. Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 13 .com | www. so the system interface to the user must be simple and understandable. and ensure the privacy of the administrator and produce results in timely manner. The main features of SRS include: Establishing the basis for an agreement between the client and the developer. (f) It should have the capacity of expectation of an undesired event. (d) It should be a reference tool. (a) It should specify the external behaviour. The web pages must be user-friendly and must be in an easy-to-use style.13 - Software requirement specification Software requirement specification abbreviated as SRS is a means of translating the idea of files into a formal document. (b) It should specify the constraints. Usually we come across four types of requirement specification (a) User Interface Requirements (b) Database Requirements (c) Functional Requirements (d) Non-Functional Requirements User Interface Requirements The user of the proposed system requires that the developed software should be user friendly. SRS assist clients in determining if the software meets the requirements. The users are not frequently exposed to the mail system.
A userfriendly interface must be provided so that the user can easily interact with the system and comprehend things in a quicker and easier way.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . The user must be limited with a small set of operations to achieve the result. (g) SPECIALITIES.com | www. The application should be visually and conceptually clear. (f) Attractions.finalyearthesis. (b) It is easy to sign in a user in his page. (d) User can easily view the inward mails and local mails.14 - . . The user interface should be as interactive as possible. The database should be organized in such a way that it helps in searching and reserving various essential summaries needed for users. . (c) User can easily send mails to different uses in an office.www. reservation and manipulation of all the information associated. Database Requirements The database should be designed in such a way that it enhances the efficient searching .final-yearproject. Functional Requirements The various functional requirements of the system can be summarized as:(a) A home page that is user friendly and ambiguous. Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 14 . Consistency will increase the confidence of the user in the reliability of the application. The application should be efficient so that the user does not spend much time in searching. The system must provide reliable and up-to-date information. For instance all general information regarding an item attribute should be stored in a particular table. (e) User can easily remove the mails from his inbox.
Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 15 . (c) The best thing in the input design is to achieve all the objectives mentioned in the simplest manner possible. (b) The system should be user friendly and easily accessible (c) The system must be reliable. (b) Creating reports for displaying and storing information. because of the budgeted constraints or organizational policies. Design Requirements The main objectives of input design are: (a) Controlling the amount of input (b) Keeping the process simple.final-yearproject. The main objectives of output design are: (a) Identifying the specific outputs. Other Requirements Performance Requirements (a) The database should be centralized and secure.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM .com | www.finalyearthesis.www. or because of the need for interoperability with other software or due to the external factors such as safety regulations privacy registrations and so on.15 - Non-Functional Requirements Non-functional requirements define the system properties and constraints that arise through user needs.
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mouse.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM .finalyearthesis. (a) Development Tools: Front End Back End Languages (b) Operating System (c) Web server : : : : : JSP MySQL HTML Windows XP Web Server (TOMCAT) Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 17 . Software Technically the system will run on any OS having Web Browser.17 - System Environment Hardware The hardware environment consists of the following: CPU Mother Board Hard disk space Display Memory Other Devices : : : : : : Intel Pentium IV 600MHz Intel 810 20GB or more 15‖ Monitor 128 MB RAM Color Monitor. Keyboard.com | www.final-yearproject.www.
User defined table space. 4. Crash recovery. 5. Windows XP contains powerful new features designed to keep the computer network running. or firewall. Windows XP makes personal computing easy with power.com | www. High speed data caches. which provides a suitable environment for the smooth functioning of the project.final-yearproject. Advanced B-tree indexes 6. Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 18 . and includes new and enhanced features designed especially for business and advance use.0 DEVOLOPER : DMSOFT Technology Features : 1. performance a bright new look and plenty of help. Windows XP Professional contains all the features of Microsoft® Windows ® XP Home Edition. Built on the rock-solid foundation of Microsoft’s proven Windows2000 technology.finalyearthesis. etc. ACID transaction complaint 2. Windows XP Professional marks a new standard in business software combining enterprise-class performance and reliability with unprecedented ease of use.www.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM .18 - Windows XP Operating System The operating system used is Microsoft Windows XP. that shields the entire network form outside hackers and virus spread over the internet. Sophisticated protection software guards each computer’s operating system and also establishes a protective barrier. Windows XP provides unmatched dependability and security. One can find out everything about Windows XP and one’s computer by the all new Help and Support Center in Windows XP. 3. Simplified configuration. MySQL SERVER VERSION 6.
JSP is an extension of the servlet technology. Html can include embedded scripting language code which can affect the behavior of web browsers and other html processors. You should use html for home page and all primary pages and the site.21 - Java Server Pages (JSP) is another Java technology for developing web application. short for hypertext markup language. embedded images. JSP is not meant to replace servlet. During this time. however. This has motivated joint work on specifications for html. surrounded by less-than (<) and greater-than signs (>). paragraphs. In addition we use html to tell a computer what color to use where and to indicate the relative size and font of text. horizontal rule. JSP was released during the time servlet technology had gained popularity as one of the best web technologies available. Html was originally developed by Timberners-lee while at CERN. lists. Html is written in the form of labels (known as tags). and other objects.final-yearproject. and so on — and to supplement that text with interactive forms.finalyearthesis. It provides a means to describe the structure of text-based information in a document — by denoting certain text as headings. While these bags publications and a document as a formatted in any single format.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . In fact. Website is a collection of pages.com | www. heading division and so on. The web depends on web page authors and vendors sharing the same conventions for html. Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 21 . is the predominant markup language for the creation of web pages. During the course of the 1990s it has blossomed with the explosive growth of the web. Html does not actually tell a computer how the web page will look to a visitor rather that you use html to compose the page to specify all the elements that appear on the page-the text. publications and documents that receive on web server. Hypertext Markup Language (Html) Html. graphics. html has been extended in a number of ways. and it is common practice to use both servlets and JSP pages in the same web application. An Html code is essentially a set of instructions given to a web browser for formatting and layout of web page.www. and popularized by the mosaic browser developed at ncsa.
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com | www. Printouts are designed around the output requirements of the user. All the input data are validated in the order and if any data violates any conditions. Inaccurate input adapt are the most common cause of errors in data processing. The input design involves determining what the inputs are. Pages are designed to traverse through the various test papers. the appropriate input media are selected for processing. how to validate the data.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . in a very user friendly manner so that the student can give the test with minimum effort. If the data satisfies all the conditions then it is transferred to the appropriate tables in the database. Output design is a very important phase since the output needs to be in an attractive manner. A major form of the output is a hardcopy from the printer and screen reports. selecting the appropriate test field and downloading of various papers of their choice. Output Design Computer output is the most important and direct source of information to the user.finalyearthesis. The data that have to be entered in the software is the test papers and the student details. Efficient and intelligible output design improves the system relationship with the user and helps in decision making.23 - Input Design Input design is the link that ties the information system into the world of its users. Errors entered by the data entry operators can be controlled by input design. Input design is the process of converting user-originated inputs to a computer based format.final-yearproject. Once identified. Allowing the user to view the sample screen is important because the user is the ultimate judge of the quality of output. Input data are collected and organized into groups of similar data. how to minimize the data entry and how to provide a multi-user facility. The design must be done such that users get appropriate messages when exceptions occur.www. Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 23 . A page is designed for entering these details which is user friendly so that an authorized user with even less computer knowledge can enter the data. the user is warned by a message.
final-yearproject. Important tables used in the project include: Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 24 . Foreign Key-the field used to set relation between tables. Also there must be options for downloading or printing the papers so that the user can easily take down the hard copy of the output. Two essential settings for a database are Primary Key. Database Design Databases are the storehouses of data used in the software systems.com | www. Normalization is a technique to avoid redundancy in the tables.24 - The output module of this system is the user-friendly window. Several tables are created for the manipulation of the data for the system.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . These user-friendly windows are meant for the purpose of easy view of the various test papers in different fields. In this online examination project the users are provided with an output copy of various examination papers of previous years which are easy to download and to take printout. The data is stored in tables inside the database.the field that is unique for all the record occurrences.finalyearthesis.www.
finalyearthesis.25 - Table No: 1 Name: inwardmails FIELD mailNo subject dateofMail from to description imagename type Remarks fileNo actions Actionsdone MixedData TYPE varchar(85) varchar(150) Date varchar(85) varchar(85) varchar(300) varchar(200) varchar(85) varchar(400) varchar(120) varchar(400) varchar(5) varchar(300) NULL YES YES YES NO NO NO YES YES YES YES YES YES YES KEY DEFAULT NULL NULL NULL EXTRA NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL Table No: 2 Name: files Field FileNo FileName Type Int(200) varchar(200) Null NO NO Key Default NULL NULL Extra auto_increment Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 25 .final-yearproject.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM .com | www.www.
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The context diagram determines the boundaries. information-oriented and process-oriented system flowcharts. For these reasons DFD’s are often referred to as logical data flow diagrams. A DFD is a network that describes the flow of data and the processes that change or transform the data throughout a system. DFD can be considered to an abstract of the logic of an information-oriented or a process-oriented system flow-chart. It contains a single process.finalyearthesis. Context Level Diagram (Level 0) The Top-level diagram is often called a context level diagram. This network is constructed by using a set of symbols that do not imply any physical implementation. but it plays a very important role in studying the current system. The external elements.com | www.www. It is also called 0 level data flow diagram. Useer SYSTEM PROCESS Data flow from database datadase Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 28 . or in association with. It has the purpose of clarifying system requirements and identifying major transformations that will become programs in system design.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM .final-yearproject.28 - Architectural Design Data Flow Diagram A Data Flow Diagram is a structured analysis and design tool that can be used for flowcharting in place of. Anything that is not inside the process identified in the context diagram will not be part of the system study. So it is the starting point of the design phase that functionally decomposes the requirements specifications down to the lowest level of detail. that are the sources and sinks function will not be studied in detail in detail in the context level data flow diagram.
which link attributes into entity sets and entity sets to relationship sets. which link attributes to entity sets and entity sets to relationship sets. which represent attributes Diamonds.www. Lines.29 - DATA MODELING (E-R DIAGRAMS): The over logical structure of a database can be expressed graphically by an E-R diagrams. Rectangles. Such a diagram consists of the following major components. The relative simplicity and pictorial clarity of this diagramming technique may well account in large part for the widespread use of the E-R model.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . which denote derived attributes Double lines. Dashed ellipse.final-yearproject. which indicate total participation of an entity in a relationship set. which represent entity sets Ellipse.com | www.finalyearthesis. NOTATIONS: Entity Sets Attributes Relationships links between entities and attributes Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 29 .
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It ensures that a single instance of a constraint table is active in the database. update and delete operations. Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 31 .www. It ensures that a single instance of constraint database is active is made. ConstraintTable (Interface) ConstraintTable is responsible for checking the constraints applied on the tables.com | www. It checks for constraint on insert.final-yearproject.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . ConstraintDatabase (Interface) ConstraintDatabase is responsible for managing constraint tables.finalyearthesis.31 - CLASS DIAGRAMS Interfaces: ConstraintSystem ConstraintDatabase ConstraintTable Figure: Class Diagram – ConstraintSystem (Interfaces) ConstraintSystem (Interface) ConstraintSystem is responsible for managing the constraint database objects in the server.
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Successful implementation may not guarantee improvements in the organization using the new system. The new system may be totally replacing an existing manual or automated system or it may be major modifications to an existing system.www. So only through proper system maintenance procedures the system can be adapted to cope up with these changes.finalyearthesis. The implementation involves the following things: Careful planning Investigation of system and constraints Design the methods to achieve the change over Training the staff in the changed phase Evaluation of change over method The method of implementation and timescale to be adopted are found out initially.33 - System Implementation The term system implementation refers to the process of bringing the developed system onto operational use and turning it over to the clients.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . The method of implementation and time scale to be adopted is found out initially. There may be social. The system is tested properly and at the same time the users are trained in the new procedure. Next the system is tested properly and at the same time the users are trained in the new procedure. Proper implementation is essential to provide a reliable system to meet organizations requirements. upgrading the performance characteristics of the system. Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 33 . improving user displays and mode of interaction. technical and other environmental changes that affect the system which is being implemented. System Maintenance The maintenance phase of the software cycle is the time in which a software product performs useful work. This phase moves from the testing through installation. The need for the system maintenance is for it to make adaptable to the changes in the system environment. but it will prevent improper installation.com | www. After a system is successfully implemented it should be maintained in a proper manner.final-yearproject. Software produce enhancements may involve providing new functional capabilities.
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behavioral and performance requirements. interfacing errors have been discovered and corrected. So.35 - Testing Testing is a process of executing a program with the intent of finding an error. once code has been generated. The bugs are removed which is found during the unit test. Unit Testing The unit testing ensures that the each process is running properly without any bugs. For this each process is checked with test data.finalyearthesis. Software testing is a critical element of software quality assurance. program testing begins. The objective is to take init-tested modules and build a program structure that has been dictated by the design.com | www. A good test case is one that has a high probability of finding an undiscovered error. In this testing.www. Integral Testing It is a systematic technique for constructing the program structure while at the same time conducting test to uncover errors associated with interfacing. It provides a final assurance that software meets all functional. and final series software tests validation Testing may begin. Validation Testing At the culmination of Integral testing software is completely assembled as a package. Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 35 .final-yearproject. requirements established as a part of software requirements analysis is validated against the software that has been constructed. After this test it is found that it meets all its requirements that were asked for by the coordinator.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . A successful testing is one that uncovers as yet undiscovered error.
5. 6. System testing verifies that all elements mesh properly and that overall system function / performance are achieved.final-yearproject. Test Case Authenticate registered user Update existing database Checking front end Features Tested Prevention of unauthorized access Updating capability Compatibility Expected Results Access denied if id or password is wrong Updated information Similar behaviour throughout Proper connection Good presentation logic Positive result Remarks Software successfully prevents unauthorized access Database is successfully updated Function similar in all cases Database connection works properly The software has good presentation logic The front end is found to be understandable by the user. People and Databases). 4.com | www.36 - System Testing Software once validated must be combined with other elements (e. It is actually a series of different tests while primary purpose is to fully exercise the computer-based system. 3. This testing was done at the library with some real data and found that system was working properly and the performance was good.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM .g. Hardware. ID 1.www. Checking the Connection database connection methods Checking the presentation logic Checking user interface Presentation Understandability System Testing Examples: Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 36 . 2.finalyearthesis.
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38 - Conclusion and Future scope The MAIL MANAGEMENT system is a web based project.com | www. The job providers can enhance the application to support multiple types of offering. . This project will currently be executing the mail management in an office . Running from the server in the secure manner. SCOPE Since World Wide Web is the future of everything. Since JSP and HTML are gaining rapid acceptance as means to provide dynamic content on the Internet. The purpose of this project is to provide a mail system to the users in an office. The system will act as the base of all these future enhancements. Department of Computer Applications (CUSAT) 38 .www.finalyearthesis. and information about the mails. delete mails. It also provide an the fecilities of read mails.final-yearproject. the future of this project looks more promising.. the application processes are also limitless.com MAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . so in the near future the website can also be commercialized.
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