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Status documents contain all information that is relevant for a transfer from Cryptshare for Notes to the Cryptshare Server as well as information for sending notifications to sender and recipient.

Element: Action buttons

Action buttonsDepending on the view that is currently opened, context-sensitive action buttons may be shown, e.g. expand all or collapse all.
CloseCloses the current document
Chat with senderIf you are using Sametime in your Domino environment, you can directly start a conversation with the originator of the message.

Section: General Information

E-mail documentLink to the originating document in the CS4N application as well as information about the originating document.
Status documentUniversal ID of the status document
Create dateDate of creation of the status document
Manually generated e-mailIndicates whether the mail has been created manually or has been processed based on server-side rules.
StatusStatus of the document.

Section: E-Mail Information (Sender)

NameName of the sender
E-MailSender’s e-mail address
TelephoneTelephone number of the sender according to Domino Directory

Section: E-mail information (Recipient)

E-MailInternet E-Mail-Addresses of all recipients. Groups are shown resolved.
SubjectE-mail subject
Number of attachmentsShows the number of attachments or the original e-mail
Attachment sizeShows the total size of all attachments in MB
FilesShows the files that have been uploaded to the Cryptshare Server. The files are temporarily stored on the Domino Server’s file system until the upload is completed successfully.

Section: Cryptshare API (Return Value)

Runtime upload agentStart and shutdown time of the upload agent.
Recipients allocationEvery recipient has an individual Transfer ID and an individual Download URL which is shown here.
Return CodeReturn Code from the Cryptshare API
Return Code MessageDescription corresponding to the return code from the Cryptshare API

Section: Protocol

This section keeps a protocol of the status document lifecycle.

CreatorCreator and creation date and time
EditorLast editor and date and time of last editing.
Last editor and date and time of last editing.Important events are logged including date, time, user and activity. Click on the magnifying glass to see the complete protocol.