CS ... (Cover Sheet)

In a cover sheet, you can set individual values for placeholders by various commands. Condition: These commands in the cover sheet exist as a placeholder (e.g. be %%CSInfoOfReceiver%%).
For more information about their own cover sheets please click here.

The individual commands are briefly explained here:

CSCoversheetFileName
Defines the name of the cover sheet (must be filed at eCall)
Max. 50 characters
Example: %CSCoversheetFileName: MyCompanyLayout%
Default: default cover of eCall
Placeholder in the RTF file: %%CSCoversheetFileName%%

CSInfoOfReceiver
Info text of the receiver
Max. 50 characters
Example: %CSInfoOfReceiver:Smith John%
Default: info field from the To:-address in the e-mail
Placeholder in the RTF file: %%CSInfoOfReceiver%%

CSInfoOfSender
Info text of the recipient
Max. 50 characters
Example: %CSInfoOfSender: eCall Fax Service%
Default: info field from the From:-address in the e-mail
Placeholder in the RTF file: %%CSInfoOfSender%%

CSSubject
Title information of the Subject field
Max. 200 characters
Example: %CSSubject:My title to fax%
Default: subject from the e-mail
Placeholder in the RTF file: %%CSSubject%%

CSMessage
Text content of the message block
Example: %CSMessage:Message text%
Default: bodytext from the e-mail
Placeholder in the RTF file: %%CSMessage%%

CSUserdef_xxxx: yyyy
Specific parameters, freely definable
xxxx = name of the parameter, freely definable
yyyy = value of the parameter
Max. 1000 characters
Example: %CSUserdef_Wert1: Smith John, Old Village%
Default: <empty>
Placeholder in the RTF file: %%CSUserdef_Wert1%%
Was this article helpful?
Cancel
Thank you!