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Usage

A number of URL query parameters can be used to pre-define certain elements of a new transfer. These query parameters are used for the "`/upload`" URL path of your Cryptshare Server URL, e.g: "`https://my.cryptshare.server/upload?to=john.doe%40cryptshare.com`". Note that all query parameter values need to be URI encoded.

The URL for pre-defining of recipients has changed with Cryptshare 4.10.0.

Old: `https://my.cryptshare.server/Upload1?to=john.doe%40cryptshare.com` `New:` `https://my.cryptshare.server/upload?to=john.doe%40cryptshare.com`

The old URL is still working, but will be removed with future release.


Supported URL query parameters

Parameter Name Description Note
`from` Sender of transfer Can only be specified once. If the sender has not yet been verified, it will be redirected to the verification page.
`to` List of "To" recipients for the transfer. Can be specified multiple times in order to add multiple recipients.
`cc` List of "Cc" recipients for the transfer.
`bcc` List of "Bcc" recipients for the transfer.
`notificationSubject` Subject of the recipient notification If the Policy does not allow usage of a custom notification subject, this parameter will be ignored.

Examples

Example 1

If we want to pre-define the "To" value with the email addresses "john.doe@cryptshare.com" and "jane.doe@cryptshare.com":

https://my.cryptshare.server/upload?to=john.doe%40cryptshare.com&to=jane.doe%40cryptshare.com

Example 2

If we want to pre-define the "To" value with the email address "john.doe@cryptshare.com", the "Bcc" value to "jane.doe@cryptshare.com" as well as the subject "Lorem + ipsum!":

https://my.cryptshare.server/upload?to=john.doe%40cryptshare.com&bcc=jane.doe%40cryptshare.com&notificationSubject=Lorem%20%2B%20ipsum!

Example 3

If we want to pre-define the sender mail address to  "john.doe@cryptshare.com", the "To" value with the mail address "jane.doe@cryptshare.com", as well as the subject "Lorem + ipsum!":

`https://my.cryptshare.server/upload?from=john.doe%40cryptshare.com&to=jane.doe%40cryptshare.com&notificationSubject=Lorem%20%2B%20ipsum!`