Format Settings (Store in a folder, Built-in lines)

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Format Settings


Saving Format and Filename Templates

In this area, you can select fax format that you want to use with the current rule and specify filename templates to be used when copying outgoing faxes and audio messages to the specified folder(s).



On the Fax tab page, you can select the file format (TIFF, PDF or SFF) and specify filename template to be used when copying outgoing faxes to the specified folder(s).


Save outgoing faxes in the following format

Select the fax format, that you want to use with the current rule. The outgoing faxes can be stored in the TIFF, PDF or SFF format.


The options below are responsible for how file names are generated when copying faxes to the specified folder(s).


Use Default Filename Template

Select this option to use default filename template with the current rule. When specifying the default filename template, file names are generated based on the current date and time, and also random value.

Use Custom Filename Template:

Select this option to specify custom filename template in the text box below. Filename template may contain arbitrary text, as well as so-called %variables% that are replaced by actual data (e.g. %RecipientFaxNumber%, %StartTime%, %PagesTransferred% etc.). Filename template can not contain any of the following characters: \ / : * ? " < > | ; An example of file name for the current filename template (taking into account the selected date and time formats) is shown below under Example.

Insert a variable

Use this button to insert a variable in the text box on the left, where the custom filename template is specified. To insert a variable into the text, place the cursor in the desired location (or select text segment that you want to replace), press the button and then select a variable from the drop-down menu.



The following variables can be used with custom fax filename template (replaced by actual data):



Format

Select the locale (region and language) to specify how to display date and time values for the current filename template. This selection affects the display of date and time values defined by the following variables: %SubmissionTime%, %OriginalScheduledTime%, %StartTime%, %EndTime%. By default, the date and time is formatted in accordance with operating system settings.

Use default date and time formats that match Windows display language

Click this button to select date and time formats that match Windows display language (for the current user).

Date

Check this box to use the date part of DateTime value. Select date format from the drop-down list. Available date formats depend on the selected locale (region and language). Slashes ' / ' that cannot be used in file names are replaced with dashes ' - '. An example of the formatting for the current selection is shown on the right under Example.

Time

Check this box to use the time part of DateTime value. Select time format from the drop-down list. Available time formats depend on the selected locale (region and language). Colon characters ' : ' that cannot be used in file names are replaced with dashes ' - '. An example of the formatting for the current selection is shown on the right under Example.

Example

An example of file name for the current filename template (taking into account the selected date and time formats, as well as the selected fax format).



On the Audio tab page, you can specify filename template to be used when copying outgoing audio messages to the specified folder(s). The options below are responsible for how audio file names are generated.


Use Default Filename Template

Select this option to use default filename template with the current rule. When specifying the default filename template, file names are generated based on the current date and time, and also random value.

Use Custom Filename Template:

Select this option to specify custom filename template in the text box below. Filename template may contain arbitrary text, as well as so-called %variables% that are replaced by actual data (e.g. %RecipientPhoneNumber%, %StartTime% etc.). Filename template can not contain any of the following characters: \ / : * ? " < > | ; An example of file name for the current filename template (taking into account the selected date and time formats) is shown below under Example.

Insert a variable

Use this button to insert a variable in the text box on the left, where the custom filename template is specified. To insert a variable into the text, place the cursor in the desired location (or select text segment that you want to replace), press the button and then select a variable from the drop-down menu.



The following variables can be used with custom audio message filename template (replaced by actual data):



The following variable is deprecated and supported only for compatibility with previous versions, do not use it in your new templates:



Format

Select the locale (region and language) to specify how to display date and time values for the current filename template. This selection affects the display of date and time values defined by the following variables: %SubmissionTime%, %OriginalScheduledTime%, %StartTime%, %EndTime%. By default, the date and time is formatted in accordance with operating system settings.

Use default date and time formats that match Windows display language

Click this button to select date and time formats that match Windows display language (for the current user).

Date

Check this box to use the date part of DateTime value. Select date format from the drop-down list. Available date formats depend on the selected locale (region and language). Slashes ' / ' that cannot be used in file names are replaced with dashes ' - '. An example of the formatting for the current selection is shown on the right under Example.

Time

Check this box to use the time part of DateTime value. Select time format from the drop-down list. Available time formats depend on the selected locale (region and language). Colon characters ' : ' that cannot be used in file names are replaced with dashes ' - '. An example of the formatting for the current selection is shown on the right under Example.

Example

An example of file name for the current filename template (taking into account the selected date and time formats).


Notes