ACTION_CODES[CV/SRO] During outbound processing, contains the action codes resulting from $action_phone and $action_email look-ups in the engine, semi-colon separated.  Codes from launch-time look-ups will be derived from an FS file ACTION_CODES variable, but when ACTION_CODES is expanded during FS file processing, any codes derived from configuration file $action_phone or $action_email commands will also be included. It is recommended that you do not write to this variable.
ACTIVE_COUNT [SRO] At request time, contains the count of active lines.
ADAPTER_INDEX[CV >E] This variable takes a numeric value, 1-based, which selects which of the comma-separated values on the $email_node_bindnames and $email_node_localnames commands at e-mail transmit time. If not supplied, the first value on each command is used.
ADDED_PAGES[CV J>] Set to the number of pages added to a job from a Job Administration DLL function call to add a document.
ADDOK[CV C>] Provides a means of checking in infobox processing that an image request made using $add_image was successful. If the image was added to the request list, the system sets this variable to its number. If the addition failed, then this variable is set either to "INVALID" or to "LIMIT" according to the reason for failure.
AG_PAGE[SRO] Whenever this variable is accessed, it adds 1 to the value of an alternate general-purpose counter and then returns its value. The counter is set to zero at the start of each call.  This variable operates like COUNT_1 but uses a different internal variable.  You can use this variable in an $apply_gct text to show a page number, but retain COUNT_1 for use elsewhere in a graphical cover.
AM_RESULT[SRO] Provides the result of the last Dialog Diva answering machine detection.  The result has the following meanings:
0detection has not been enabled or has been canceled.
1human talker
2answering machine
3answering machine tone
4silence
5fax tone or modem tone (FAX_TONE will be set if fax tone)
Note that if speech continues throughout the silence-detection period, it is possible that the detector will be canceled so that AM_RESULT will be 0 rather than 3.  The equivalent variable for Dialogic boards (with different values) is CATYPE.
AMOUNT_ERROR[SRO] Provides a means of checking that a variable value spoken with the CopiaFacts Configurable Phrase-Speaking feature was processed correctly. In coding your algorithm, you can cause the value in AMOUNT_ERROR to be set by using the Fn flag command if you detect an error. This flag is not set by the standard digits and amounts playback algorithms.
ANI[CV C>] When caller phone number data is available from the Caller ID data supplied by the telephone company, it is placed in this variable as soon as the call has been answered. This feature requires voice hardware which supports Caller ID. The entries in this variable are either complete telephone numbers or one of the special codes 'O', 'P' or 'X'. 'O' indicates an out-of-area number for which caller information is not available. 'P' indicates a private number for which caller data has been withheld. 'X' indicates that caller data is not supported from the line.
ANSWER_TIME [SWS] Sets the timeout in seconds for unanswered outbound calls, overriding the time set by $answer_timeout.
ANSWER_XFER [SWS] Sets the timeout in seconds for unanswered transferred calls, overriding the time set by $answer_timeout.
ANSWER_WAIT[SW] The variable can be set in FAXFACTS.CFG to a value in milliseconds after which answering an incoming call is treated as a failure if a connected event has not been reached or the line has not reached connected state.  The call is then rejected with cause value 47 (unavailable).  The default value is 2400.
APAGES [SRO] For a special "retry cover sheet" only, this variable indicates the number of pages in the original document which have been sent successfully in earlier attempts. See the example retry cover sheet for more information.  See also Fax Page Counters.
ASCII_FILE [CV C> >G] For use in graphical customization applications only, this variable is set by the system to contain the name of an ASCII file being converted. The system fills this variable only if an ASCII_TEMPLATE value has been set containing the name of a GCT or GTT template to be used to format ASCII files to fax. In the ASCII template, one annotation on each page must contain just the string "@!!@ASCII_FILE".
ASCII_PDF_TEMPLATE [CV >GX] A pathname assigned to this variable (in a CFG, UJP, USR, or FS file) is used to specify a GPT file which will be used to create a PDF from an ASCII original. See the topic PDF Customization for more information. Note that this variable affects only TXT files named on $email_attach commands.
ASCII_TEMPLATE [CV >GX] A pathname assigned to this variable (in a CFG, UJP, USR, or FS file) is used to specify a GCT or GTT file which will be used to create a fax from an ASCII original. See the topic Faxing ASCII files for more information. Note that this variable affects only files named on $fax_filename commands, and has no effect on cover sheet processing.  Set this variable to a value of NONE to retain ASCII file handling directly by a Brooktrout board.
ASCII_NO_EXPAND[CV >G] A non-empty value assigned to this variable suppresses variable expansion in processing a file named as ASCII_FILE. Conditional Text processing is also suppressed.
ASCII_LANDSCAPE[CV >GX] A value of 90 or 270 assigned to this variable (in a UJP, USR or FS file) is used to specify that the ASCII file rendered using the ASCII_TEMPLATE feature will be inserted into the field after rotation by 90 degrees. The 90 value rotates anti-clockwise, placing the left of the ASCII text at the foot of the fax, and the 270 value rotates clockwise, placing the left of the ASCII text at the top of the fax. The template field should NOT be given an 'angle' property.
ASCII_WRAP[CV >GX] If this variable is defined as a non-empty value, lines will be word-wrapped in multi-line annotations.  This means that overlong lines in files converted using either normal annotations or the ASCII_TEMPLATE feature will be word-wrapped instead of being truncated. If you use this feature with ASCII_TEMPLATE, you must either ensure that the wrapped text will always fit within a page, or else insert your own formfeed (ASCII 12) characters into the text to force page breaks appropriately.
AUTO_LIST_HEADER[CV J>] If $job_options keywords omitlistheader and wordmerge are not set, this variable supplies a list of column header texts which will cause the first line of a list to be omitted if at least one matches any of the fields in the first line of a Job Administration broadcast list.  The job options are still required if BCF or BCX variables are used, and if either option is present, this variable is ignored.  The column headings to be tested must be separated by a vertical bar character, and leading and trailing spaces do not participate in the case-blind matching. Unlike the keywords, this variable is checked separately for each list.  For example the following command would cause a list containing any of the supplied strings in fields on the first line to be processed as if that line was a column header line:
$var_def AUTO_LIST_HEADER "Fax Number|Fax|Name|Address"
AUTOCALL [SRW] Allows setting the auto-call value, for example prior to a change of DID number. A mailbox number may also be assigned to this variable and then transferring to state 79 (DO_MAIL_BOX) will begin a normal fax-mail receive operation.  When read, this variable contains the auto-call infobox number or workerbox starting infobox number.