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Entries are made into the FILEGRAM HISTORY file (#1.12) at the sending site when the filegram is generated and at the receiving site by the S.DIFG-SRV-HISTORY server. The View Filegram option allows the filegram sender or recipient to inspect the filegram. Select this option and answer the "Select FILEGRAM HISTORY:" prompt with a question mark to get a listing of available filegram histories. You can see the filegram history just created by using the <Spacebar><Return> or another filegram history by entering its internal entry number or date/time.
The following example shows you what a simple (without pointers) filegram looks like. The View Filegram option will show this information to a filegram's sender. The receiver sees additional information about the transmission of the mail message including the network mail path taken to the target system.
FILEGRAM for entry #334 in CHANGE FILE (#1001). Sent on 25 AUG 1989 @ 09:00 by SENDER,SALLY $DAT^CHANGE^1001^N^ CHANGE^1001^L=334 BEGIN:CHANGE^1001@1 SPECIFIER:VERSION^1=17.4 END:CHANGE^1001 VERSION^1=17.4 ROUTINE^3=DICATT5 CHANGE^4=Changed DIED to DIE0 DATE CHANGED^6=APR 13, 1987 DESCRIPTION^11=wp "This change enables incredibly wonderful things" "to occur." . REPORTER^5^L=SMITH,JOHN BEGIN:REPORTER^1001.05@2 END:REPORTER^1001.05 REPORTER^.01=SMITH,JOHN ^ $END DAT
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