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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 buttons||Depending on the view that is currently opened, context-sensitive action buttons may be shown, e.g. expand all or collapse all.|
|Close||Closes the current document|
|Chat with sender||If 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 document||Link to the originating document in the CS4N application as well as information about the originating document.|
|Status document||Universal ID of the status document|
|Create date||Date of creation of the status document|
|Manually generated e-mail||Indicates whether the mail has been created manually or has been processed based on server-side rules.|
|Status||Status of the document.|
Section: E-Mail Information (Sender)
|Name||Name of the sender|
|Sender’s e-mail address|
|Telephone||Telephone number of the sender according to Domino Directory|
Section: E-mail information (Recipient)
|Internet E-Mail-Addresses of all recipients. Groups are shown resolved.|
|Number of attachments||Shows the number of attachments or the original e-mail|
|Attachment size||Shows the total size of all attachments in MB|
|Files||Shows 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 agent||Start and shutdown time of the upload agent.|
|Recipients allocation||Every recipient has an individual Transfer ID and an individual Download URL which is shown here.|
|Return Code||Return Code from the Cryptshare API|
|Return Code Message||Description corresponding to the return code from the Cryptshare API|
This section keeps a protocol of the status document lifecycle.
|Creator||Creator and creation date and time|
|Editor||Last 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.|