How to get email subject, sender, and date when the email was received in the Web Verification Station

Question

While processing emails how to get the email subject, sender, and date when the email was received in the Web Verification Station?

Answer

When importing images from an e-mail folder using the MAPI, IMAP, or POP3 protocols, the details of the corresponding e-mail message will be automatically written into the registration parameters of the newly created batch. The following parameters will be added:

  • fc_Predefined:EmailSubject
    The subject of the e-mail message.
  • fc_Predefined:EmailSender
    The sender's address.
  • fc_Predefined:EmailAddressee
    The addresses of the recipients in the "To" field.
  • fc_Predefined:EmailCopyAddressee
    The addresses of the recipients in the "Cc" field.
    Note:This parameter cannot be longer than 255 characters. If the total size of all the addresses in the "Cc" field exceeds 255 characters, the excess characters will be truncated.
  • fc_Predefined:EmailDate
    The date and time when the message was received.

These registration parameters can be shown on the Batches or Tasks Views(Explore queue) of the Web Verification Station and used for sorting your tasks/batches:

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To add a registration parameter open the Web Verification Station and choose the needed view. Then click on the "gear" icon in the table header and select "Add reg. parameter":

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Then input the name of the required parameter and press Enter:

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Now the registration parameter is added and you can sort batches or tasks by the parameter's value:

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Please note: you can add only 3 additional registration parameters.

 

For additional information check the following article: How to show registration parameters on Web Verification Station?

 

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