During Step 3 of the Database Upload, Logikcull will map existing fields in your load file to corresponding fields within Logikcull.

However, you may be asked to map additional fields in your load to existing fields that Logikcull was unable to reconcile. The table below provides further clarification as to what information each field contains.

Control Numbers

Begin Doc

The beginning control number of a document, i.e., the number of the first page.

End Doc

The ending control number of a document, i.e., the number of the last page.

Family ID

The control number that identifies members of a document family. This is the Begin Doc number of the family's parent document.

Begin Family

The beginning control number of a document family, i.e., the number of the first page of the first document in the family.

End Family

The ending control number of a document family, i.e., the number of the last page of the last document in the family.

Begin Attach

The beginning control number of a document's attachments, i.e., the number of the first page of the first attachment in the family.

End Attach

The ending control number of a document's attachments, i.e., the number of the last page of the last attachment in the family.

Special Fields

Custodian

The person having administrative control of a document or electronic file; for example, the data custodian of an email is the owner of the mailbox which contains the message.

Native File Link

A link to a copy of the original file.

Text File Link

A link to the extracted text file.

Email Metadata

Email From

The original author of the email.

Email To

The intended recipients of the email.

Email CC

The carbon copied recipients of the email.

Email BCC

The blind carbon copied recipients of the email.

Email Subject

The email subject line.

Email Date Sent

The date the email was sent.

Email Time Sent

The time the email was sent.

Email Date Received

The date the email was received.

Email Time Received

The time the email was received.

File Metadata

File Name

The document's original name in the file system.

File Path

The document's original location in the file system; a breadcrumb.

Full Text

The full extracted text or OCR of the document.

Document Date

The date of the individual document.

File Size

The original file size, in bytes, of the document.

File Author

An Office metadata tag that shows the name of the author for the document.

File Last Saved By

An Office metadata tag that shows the name of the person who last saved the document.

File Company

An Office metadata tag that shows the company name.

File Keywords

An Office metadata tag that shows various keywords applied to a document. Not from search.

File Title

An Office metadata tag that shows the title of the document.

File Comments

An Office metadata tag that shows comments in the document.

File Subject

An Office metadata tag that shows the subject of the document.

File Revision Number

An Office metadata tag that shows the number of revisions in the document.

File Date Created

An Office metadata tag that shows the date the document was created.

File Time Created

An Office metadata tag that shows the time the document was created.

File Date Last Modified

An Office metadata tag that shows the date the document was last modified.

File Time Last Modified

An Office metadata tag that shows the time the document was last modified.

    

    

    

    

    

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