NEXT_CHAIN[SRO] Returns the text value of the next destination which will be selected by a $chain command. Normally this will be an infobox name, but if there is no chain, or when the chain is at an end, the end chain state or destination will be returned instead. When a state is returned it is as a number preceded by lower-case 's' (e.g. s191) not as a state name. Infobox names are returned as upper-case.
NO_LIST_CHECK[CV >J] Assigning a non-empty value to this variable suppresses the check that all list header rows must match in a job with multiple lists which also references BCF variable names and has $job_options keyword OmitListHeader enabled.  This variable does not affect WordMerge jobs, which are always checked in this way.
NO_LIST_GROUP[CV >J] Assigning a non-empty value to this variable suppresses the feature where a job list filename starting with the string 'GROUP' is treated as being an ASCII list of list pathnames.
NO_SPACE_DELIMITER[CV >J] Assigning a non-empty value to this variable in a job properties file will cause spaces not to be treated as delimiters in comma-separated-value (CSV) files used as Job Admin broadcast lists.
NO_XLS_EMPTY_COL_CHECK[CV >J] Assigning a non-empty value to this variable suppresses the check on XLS files loaded using the USE_EXCEL option to ensure that the first column is not empty.  This condition can cause BCF field numbers to be assigned incorrectly.
NOCONFIRM[SRO] Contains 1 if 'no-confirm' is configured for the line, otherwise empty.
NODEID [SRO] Contains the node ID from the COPIAFACTS program options screen.  It is possible, though not recommended, to use @NODEID in the CopiaFacts configuration file in order to define different configuration blocks for each node.  If you do this, do not attempt to redefine any of the common folders such as $request_dir, $log_def etc. in conditional blocks.  CopiaFacts does not currently prevent this happening and the results are unpredictable.
NOSYSUPDATE[CV >J] Assigning a non-empty value to this variable in SYSTEM.UJP causes a prompt to confirm whenever this file is about to be updated in SYSTEM.UJP.  This can prevent an accidental change to the wrong properties file. Use COPIAEDIT to add or remove this variable from SYSTEM.UJP.
NOT_FOUND_MBX[SRO] Contains the caller-entered (or auto-call) mailbox number if the MBX is not found.  This variable is only available after trapping state CHECK_BOX_TYPE, because otherwise the incoming fax call will fail.
NOTIFY_MESSAGE[SRO] Assign a value to this variable to cause a message to be e-mailed using EMDIRECT.  The message is only sent if the corresponding message trigger is set in EMDIRECT, and if EMDIRECT has been configured correctly to send messages.
NOWAIT_ACTIVE[CV C>] Returns a non-empty value (the numeric exit code) if an external program which has been run asynchronously using $run has already terminated. The variable is set to empty when the external program is started.
NOWAIT_EXITCODE[SRO] Contains the Windows exit code from a no-wait spawned process.
NQ_PIPE2TAB[CV >C] Assignment of a non-empty value to this variable will cause all occurrences of the pipe symbol (|) in the configuration file NQL_... and NQM_... variable definitions (see below) to be changed to tab characters. This makes it easier for the application which reads the messages to handle values in the notify string which contain embedded pipe symbols.  Tab characters cannot be used in the defined string itself because they do not survive CopiaFacts command parsing.  The NQ_PIPE2TAB variable must be defined in a configuration file $var_def command which precedes the commands it is intended to affect.

NQL_EMAIL_ATTEMPTED, NQM_EMAIL_ATTEMPTED, NQOK_EMAIL_ATTEMPTED

[CV >C] These variables control the content of messages written to the notify queue defined by $notify_qname when an email has been attempted and is then scheduled for retry. The NQL value defines the label, the NQM_ value the message body, and the NQOK variable is set to a value of 'OK' if the queue operation succeeds. All outcome variables (OC_...) and any custom variables are available to be included in the message content.

NQL_EMAIL_COMPLETE, NQM_EMAIL_COMPLETE, NQOK_EMAIL_COMPLETE

  [CV >C] These variables control the content of messages written to the notify queue defined by $notify_qname when an email  is complete (sent or failed). The NQL value defines the label, the NQM_ value the message body, and the NQOK variable is set to a value of 'OK' if the queue operation succeeds. All outcome variables (OC_...) and any custom variables are available to be included in the message content.

NQL_FAX_ATTEMPTED, NQM_FAX_ATTEMPTED, NQOK_FAX_ATTEMPTED

  [CV >C] These variables control the content of messages written to the notify queue defined by $notify_qname when a fax has been attempted and is then scheduled for retry. The NQL value defines the label, the NQM_ value the message body, and the NQOK variable is set to a value of 'OK' if the queue operation succeeds. All outcome variables (OC_...) and any custom variables are available to be included in the message content.

NQL_FAX_COMPLETE, NQM_FAX_COMPLETE, NQOK_FAX_COMPLETE

[CV >C] These variables control the content of messages written to the notify queue defined by $notify_qname when a fax is complete (sent or failed). The NQL value defines the label, the NQM_ value the message body, and the NQOK variable is set to a value of 'OK' if the queue operation succeeds. All outcome variables (OC_...) and any custom variables are available to be included in the message content.

NQL_RECEIVE_FAX, NQM_RECEIVE_FAX, NQOK_RECEIVE_FAX

[CV >C] These variables control the content of messages written to the notify queue defined by $notify_qname when a fax is received. The NQL value defines the label, the NQM_ value the message body, and the NQOK variable is set to a value of 'OK' if the queue operation succeeds. All post-receive (PR_...) and any custom variables are available to be included in the message content.

NQL_SMS_ATTEMPTED, NQM_SMS_ATTEMPTED, NQOK_SMS_ATTEMPTED

      [CV >C] These variables control the content of messages written to the notify queue defined by $notify_qname when an SMS has been attempted and is then scheduled for retry. The NQL value defines the label, the NQM_ value the message body, and the NQOK variable is set to a value of 'OK' if the queue operation succeeds. All outcome variables (OC_...) and any custom variables are available to be included in the message content.

NQL_SMS_COMPLETE, NQM_SMS_COMPLETE, NQOK_SMS_COMPLETE

  [CV >C] These variables control the content of messages written to the notify queue defined by $notify_qname when an SMS is complete (submitted or failed). The NQL value defines the label, the NQM_ value the message body, and the NQOK variable is set to a value of 'OK' if the queue operation succeeds. All outcome variables (OC_...) and any custom variables are available to be included in the message content.

NQL_VOICE_ATTEMPTED, NQM_VOICE_ATTEMPTED, NQOK_VOICE_ATTEMPTED

  [CV >C] These variables control the content of messages written to the notify queue defined by $notify_qname when a voice outbound operation has been attempted and is then scheduled for retry. The NQL value defines the label, the NQM_ value the message body, and the NQOK variable is set to a value of 'OK' if the queue operation succeeds. All outcome variables (OC_...) and any custom variables are available to be included in the message content.

NQL_VOICE_COMPLETE, NQM_VOICE_COMPLETE, NQOK_VOICE_COMPLETE

  [CV >C] These variables control the content of messages written to the notify queue defined by $notify_qname when a voice outbound operation is complete (submitted or failed). The NQL value defines the label, the NQM_ value the message body, and the NQOK variable is set to a value of 'OK' if the queue operation succeeds. All outcome variables (OC_...) and any custom variables are available to be included in the message content.
NS_DIGIT[SRO] Contains a digit which causes detection of non-silence.