Blind Mail Reader provides the facility for reading mail from the Gmail account and direct the sound to the audio device connected with the machine so that a blind person can understand the content of the mail. This software also helps the blind person to compose mails to other persons. This product can be used for sending and receiving mail. Blind mail reader software is designed in such a way that anyone with a basic knowledge of computer can use the system.
Blind Mail Reader provides the facility for reading mail from the Gmail account and direct the sound to the audio device connected with the machine so that a blind person can understand the content of the mail. This software also helps the blind person to compose mails to other persons. This product can be used for sending and receiving mail. Blind mail reader software is designed in such a way that anyone can use the system with basic knowledge of computer. Email facility is used by most of the people for their daily usage. But the existing system does not give a complete solution for blind people for reading mail online. The proposed system provides audio output to user. This software will provide facility to create UserId by the user who are willing to use it. This software will be useful for blind persons. In this software the audio output to the user is the main specialty and these help blind persons to understand the content of their mails without the help of others. This software also helps blind persons to send mails to other persons. The software will work with almost all windows Operating Systems. Security of this application will be tight enough to discourage abuse. The user interface will be intuitive. Providing the user with messages does appropriate error handling.
System analysis is the first stage of system development life cycle. This gives a clear picture of what actually the physical system is. The system study is done in two phases. In the first phase, the preliminary survey of the system is done which helps in identifying the scope of the system. The second phase of the system study is more detailed and in-depth study in which the identification of user’s requirement and the limitations and problems of the present system are studied. After completing the system study, a system proposal is prepared by the user.
2.1 Existing System
Email facility is used by most of the people for their daily usage. But the existing system does not give a complete solution for blind people for reading the mail online. Similarly, it does not support the special keyboard used by the blind people.
2.2 Proposed System
The proposed system provides a solution for the drawbacks for the existing mailing system by providing the following features. It can be installed on any machine.
More than one user can use this software.
It is more secure because it provides an extra authentication mechanism. Once it is connected to the mail account all new mails are downloaded and saved into user area in the local machine so that the connection can be detached within a short period of time. It supports the concept of Billiard keyboard.
Provide facility for converting text to sound.
Assuming that a new system is to be developed the next phase is system analysis. Analysis involves a detailed study of the current system leading to specification of a new system. Analysis is a detailed study of various operation performed by a system and their relationships within and outside the system. During analysis, data are collected on the available files, decision points and transactions handled by the present system. Interviews, on-site observations and questionnaires are the tools used for system analysis. Using the following method it becomes very easy to draw exact boundary of the new system under consideration: Keeping in view the problems and requirements Workout the pros...
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