EM_TIMERxx[CV E>] Set to record e-mail performance monitoring timer values as described in Appendix L.
EM_USED_BINDNAME[CV E>] Contains the IP value actually used from the values specified in $email_node_bindnames (or as EMAIL_BINDNAME).
EMAIL_BINDNAME [CV >E] An IP address may be assigned to this variable in a USR or FS file to select one of the available binding addresses which is to be used for specific e-mail transmissions. The use of this variable is deprecated, and $email_node_bindnames should be used in preference. However the variable overrides the settings on that command, if both are used.
EMAIL_BYTECOUNT[CV E>] This variable definition is placed in an FS file after e-mail transmission and its value will contain the approximate number of bytes transmitted.
EMAIL_CONNECT_IP[CV E>] This variable definition is placed in an FS file after e-mail transmission and its value will contain the IP address corresponding to the MX record used for the transmission attempt. This records the actual IP address used for an MTA which allocates addresses in round-robin fashion from a group of possible addresses.
EMAIL_DNS_ATTEMPTS[CV >E] The value of this variable overrides the second parameter of the $email_settings configuration command.
EMAIL_DNS_TIMEOUT[CV >E] The value of this variable overrides the first parameter of the $email_settings configuration command.
EMAIL_ERROR [CV E>] This variable definition is placed in an FS file after a failed SMTP e-mail transmission and its value will contain the error string, or extended error string, if any, returned by the remote mail server. Not all MTAs return extended error codes. RFC 2821 describes standard error codes and RFC 1893 describes extended error codes.
EMAIL_ESENDER [SRO] Contains the e-mail from value, or that from $email_esender if no $email_from exists.  Note that variables referenced in the corresponding command parameter will not have been expanded in the value of this variable. For more information, see variable recursion.
EMAIL_FAIL_NO_MX[CV >E] See E-Mail error handling.
EMAIL_FROM [SRO] Contains the e-mail from value, or that from $email_esender if no $email_from exists.  Note that variables referenced in the corresponding command parameter will not have been expanded in the value of this variable. For more information, see variable recursion.
EMAIL_LOCALNAME [CV >E] A fully qualified domain name or an IP address may be assigned to this variable in a USR or FS file to override the $email_localname configuration command. It specifies the address to be used on the HELO command at the start of the SMTP or ESMTP conversation.  The use of this variable is deprecated, and $email_node_localnames should be used in preference. However the variable overrides the settings on that command, if both are used.
EMAIL_MXREC[CV E>] This variable definition is placed in an FS file after e-mail transmission and will contain the domain name from the MX record which was the last one attempted for the transmission. For a successful transmission, this will be the hostname that was actually used. The remote SMTP server may not actually respond with this value, and the actual response will be saved as EMAIL_RESPONSE.
EMAIL_NO_CACHE_ATTACH[CV >E] A non-empty value in this variable causes the e-mail attachment for the item not to be cached.  This should only be necessary when a multi-megabyte attachment is being processed on a large number of threads in a node.
EMAIL_NO_CACHE_CHECK[CV >E] A non-empty value in this variable causes no check to be made on the file timestamp for cached body, alternate body and attachment files. Provided the file path is the same, the file will be a candidate for re-use by the next operation on the thread. Warning: use this feature only if you can guarantee that the filenames will be unique and that the file will not be changed.
EMAIL_NOTIFY[SRO] Contains the e-mail address from the $email_notify configuration command, for use in custom applications which send system notifications.
EMAIL_PRIORITY   [CV >J] A TOSEND number (from 1 to 9) may be assigned to this variable in a UJP file to specify the launch priority for any e-mail items in a Job Admin broadcast of type FEB1, FEB2 or EB.  This allows separate priority values to be set for e-mail and overrides the $priority setting. When setting this variable you should normally avoid using $retry_tosend in case it moves items to a different priority level.
EMAIL_PSUBJECT[CV E>] This variable can be used to specify the pathname of a text file containing the subject line for the e-mail, overriding the value from $email_subject.  If the file is not present, the $email_subject value is used.  If the file is empty, so will be the e-mail subject.  Only the first line from the file is used.
EMAIL_RESPONSE[CV E>] This variable definition is placed in an FS file after e-mail transmission and will contain the first token of the remote SMTP server's response to the HELO command.  Usually, this will be the same as the value of EMAIL_MXREC.
EMAIL_SET_ESENDER[CV >E] Use this variable in a preprocess infobox to replace the value from the $email_esender command.
EMAIL_SET_FROM[CV >E] Use this variable in a preprocess infobox to replace the value from the $email_from command.
EMAIL_SET_TO[CV >E] Use this variable in a preprocess infobox to replace the value from the $email_address command.
EMAIL_SMTP_RATE[CV >E] The value of this variable overrides the fourth parameter of the $email_settings configuration command.
EMAIL_SMTP_TIMEOUT[CV >E] The value of this variable overrides the third parameter of the $email_settings configuration command.
EMAIL_SUBJECT [SRO] Contains the e-mail subject from $email_subject.  Note that variables referenced in the corresponding command parameter will not have been expanded in the value of this variable. The variable-expanded subject is available in EMAIL_XSUBJECT.
EMAIL_TARGET[CV E>] This variable definition is placed in an FS file during an e-mail transmission and its value will contain the effective target address (e.g. name@company.com) which has been parsed from the parameter on the $email_address command.  It is available for use within the body of the e-mail.  Variables used in the $email_address parameters will have already been expanded, unless the $email_options keyword 'nomacro' has been given.  This string value is that which will have been looked up in the e-mail do-not-send index, if specified, and the text following the @ sign is that used for look-up in the domain do-not-send index. The variable will be empty if there was no e-mail transmission attempt.
EMAIL_TO [SRO] Contains the e-mail target address from $email_address.  Note that variables referenced in the corresponding command parameter will not have been expanded in the value of this variable. For more information, see variable recursion.
EMAIL_URL_FROM[CV E>] Contains a copy of the EMAIL_FROM value but with variables expanded and with non-ASCII characters rendered using %xx syntax where xx is the hexadecimal value of the character. The URI Encoding syntax is now recommended for use in e-mail applications instead of this variable.
EMAIL_URL_TARGET[CV E>] Contains a copy of the EMAIL_TARGET value but with non-ASCII characters rendered using %xx syntax where xx is the hexadecimal value of the character. The URI Encoding syntax is now recommended for use in e-mail applications instead of this variable.
EMAIL_XSUBJECT[CV E>] Contains the e-mail subject from $email_subject, with variables expanded. The variable will be empty if there was no e-mail transmission attempt.
EMAILTO_LIST, EMAILCC_LIST[CV J> >E]  These variables are generated by the Job Administration job launcher when multiple recipients are specified for an e-mail item.  It is also possible to set them manually as described in the multiple recipients topic (only manual setting is supported in version 7).
EMBED_COUNT [CV C> >E] Contains the number of embedded images in an MHTML e-mail transmission.
EMPTY [SRO] Special variable for use in comparisons to test for an empty value in another variable.
ENCODING[CV C>] Set after a fax transmission to the encoding (e.g. MH, MR, MMR) used.  This variable will appear in the SENT FS file.
EOJ_INFOBOX[CV >J] If defined as an infobox name in job instance properties, causes a special worker FS file to be generated by JOBMON at EOJ, which will transfer control to the infobox named. This allows EOJ processing which is more conveniently performed from an infobox. The infobox processing will normally be performed before the tasks specified as $end_job_tasks, but your processing should allow for them to be performed either concurrently or afterwards. As usual, your infobox sequence must be ended by a transfer to state KILL_MAINT_OP.
EXCEL_CHECK_PW[CV >JB] If defined as a non-empty value in an instance UJP file or FFBC template file, and when USE_EXCEL is also specified, causes an Excel broadcast list file to be opened first using the built-in Excel file handler, which returns immediately if the file has a password.  If opened by Excel, a dialog will be displayed and the launch will hang until someone enters a password or cancels the dialog.  Note that using this variable with USE_EXCEL will cause non-passworded broadcast list files to be opened twice.  If USE_EXCEL is not enabled, this variable has no effect.