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For Japanese mails, PM Engine uses “punctuation” as a keyword for analyzing mail content.In the email content, if a phrase related to date and time (such as month, day, next Monday, 3 o’clock, etc.) and a comma are found, it will be automatically registered in the calendar as a schedule.
For example, “At 12 o’clock tomorrow, would you be interested to have lunch in Shinjuku with me?”
With the use of the comma, the date and time will be analyzed and saved in the calendar relative to the date and time the mail was received. If the message was received on May 1, an appointment will be saved on May 2, 12 o’clock.