9.2. Email Parameters Reference

This is a reference of available parameters (data sets) which are passed to email templates when generating email based on events in the FRED.

The parameter names are listed for each email type together with the corresponding trigger event, and there is an index with short descriptions of common parameters at the end of this appendix.

See also Customizing email templates for detailed information on template customization.

9.2.1. Email type: sendauthinfo_pif

9.2.2. Email type: sendauthinfo_epp

9.2.3. Email type: expiration_notify

9.2.4. Email type: expiration_dns_warning_owner

9.2.5. Email type: expiration_dns_owner

9.2.6. Email type: expiration_register_owner

  • sent to the domain owner in response to the upcoming domain cancellation

  • passed parameters: defaults.*, domain,

9.2.7. Email type: expiration_dns_tech

9.2.8. Email type: expiration_register_tech

9.2.9. Email type: expiration_validation_before

9.2.10. Email type: expiration_validation

9.2.11. Email type: notification_create

  • sent when a new object (domain, contact, nsset, keyset) is created, to the email contact of the created object

  • common passed parameters: defaults.*, handle, registrar, ticket, type

  • additional parameters concerning a new contact:
    • fresh.object.authinfo – transfer password

    • fresh.contact.name – name of contact person

    • fresh.contact.org – organization name

    • fresh.contact.address.permanent – permanent personal address / organization headquarters address

    • fresh.contact.address.mailing – mailing address

    • fresh.contact.address.billing – billing address

    • fresh.contact.address.shipping – 1st shipping address

    • fresh.contact.address.shipping_2 – 2nd shipping address

    • fresh.contact.address.shipping_3 – 3rd shipping address

    • fresh.contact.telephone – phone/mobile number

    • fresh.contact.fax – fax number

    • fresh.contact.email – email address

    • fresh.contact.notify_email – notification email address

    • fresh.contact.ident_type – type of personal identification

    • fresh.contact.ident – personal identifier

    • fresh.contact.vat – VAT-payer registration number (DIČ)

    • fresh.contact.disclose.name – name disclosure setting (show/hide)

    • fresh.contact.disclose.org – organization disclosure setting (show/hide)

    • fresh.contact.disclose.email – email disclosure setting (show/hide)

    • fresh.contact.disclose.address – address disclosure setting (show/hide)

    • fresh.contact.disclose.notify_email – notification email disclosure setting (show/hide)

    • fresh.contact.disclose.ident – personal identifier disclosure setting (show/hide)

    • fresh.contact.disclose.vat – VAT-payer identification number disclosure setting (show/hide)

    • fresh.contact.disclose.telephone – phone number disclosure setting (show/hide)

    • fresh.contact.disclose.fax – fax number disclosure setting (show/hide)

  • There are no additional parameters concerning new objects of other types (domain, nsset, keyset).

9.2.12. Email type: notification_update

  • sent after an object (domain, contact, nsset, keyset) is updated, to the email contact of the updated object

  • common passed parameters: defaults.*, handle, registrar, ticket, type

  • additional parameters concerning changes in an object:

    • changes – general indication of changes: 0 – there are no changes, 1 – there are some changes

    • Whether a change has occured or not, is indicated for each attribute of an object and parameters containing both the old and the new value of the attribute are passed in the following manner:

      • changes.<object>.<attribute> indicates a change in an attribute – if the attribute has changed, it contains the value 1; otherwise the parameter is not passed,

      • changes.<object>.<attribute>.old contains the value of the attribute before the change (passed only if the attribute has changed),

      • changes.<object>.<attribute>.new contains the value of the attribute after the change (passed only if the attribute has changed).

    • changes.object.authinfo – indicates that the object’s transfer password has changed,

    • Indication of changes of other attributes is specific for each object type as follows.

  • additional parameters concerning changes in a contact:
    • changes.contact.name – contact name has changed

    • changes.contact.org – organization name has changed

    • changes.contact.telephone – phone number has changed

    • changes.contact.fax – fax number has changed

    • changes.contact.email – email address has changed

    • changes.contact.notify_email – notification email address has changed

    • changes.contact.ident_type – type of personal identification has changed

    • changes.contact.ident – personal identifier has changed

    • changes.contact.vat – VAT-payer registration number (DIČ) has changed

    • changes.contact.address.permanent – permanent (headquarters) address has changed

    • changes.contact.address.mailing – mailing address has changed

    • changes.contact.address.billing – billing address has changed

    • changes.contact.address.shipping – 1st shipping address has changed

    • changes.contact.address.shipping_2 – 2nd shipping address has changed

    • changes.contact.address.shipping_3 – 3rd shipping address has changed

    • changes.contact.disclose.name – name disclosure setting has changed

    • changes.contact.disclose.org – organization disclosure setting has changed

    • changes.contact.disclose.email – email disclosure setting has changed

    • changes.contact.disclose.address – address disclosure setting has changed

    • changes.contact.disclose.notify_email – notification email disclosure setting has changed

    • changes.contact.disclose.ident – personal identifier disclosure setting has changed

    • changes.contact.disclose.vat – VAT-payer number disclosure setting has changed

    • changes.contact.disclose.telephone – phone number disclosure setting has changed

    • changes.contact.disclose.fax – fax number disclosure setting has changed

  • additional parameters concerning changes in a nsset:
    • changes.nsset.check_level – level of technical checks has changed

    • changes.nsset.tech_c – list of technical contacts has changed

    • changes.nsset.dns – list of name servers has changed
      • the old and new value of each name server can be accessed using an index number (counting from zero) at the end of the parameter name, for example:

      • changes.nsset.dns.old.1 – the value of the second name server before the change,

      • changes.nsset.dns.new.1 – the value of the second name server after the change.

  • additional parameters concerning changes in a domain:
    • changes.domain.registrant – domain owner has changed

    • changes.domain.nsset – nsset assignment has changed

    • changes.domain.keyset – keyset assignment has changed

    • changes.domain.admin_c – list of administrative contacts has changed

    • changes.domain.temp_c DEPRECATED – list of temporary contacts has changed

    • changes.domain.val_ex_date ENUM – date of validation expiry has changed

    • changes.domain.publish ENUM – publication in telephone directory has changed

  • additional parameters concerning changes in a keyset:
    • changes.keyset.tech_c – list of technical contacts has changed

    • changes.keyset.dnskey – list of DNS keys has changed

9.2.13. Email type: notification_transfer

  • sent after an object (domain, contact, nsset, keyset) is transferred to a new registrar, to the email contact of the transferred object

  • passed parameters: defaults.*, handle, registrar, ticket, type

9.2.14. Email type: notification_renew

9.2.15. Email type: notification_unused

  • sent after an unused object (contact, keyset, nsset) is removed from the database, to the email contact of the removed object

  • passed parameters: defaults.*, deldate, handle, type

9.2.16. Email type: notification_delete

9.2.17. Email type: techcheck

  • sent if a test in a technical check of an nsset has failed, as a report to technical contacts of the nsset

  • common passed parameters: defaults.*, handle, registrar

  • additional parameters:
    • checkdate – date on which the technical check was performed

    • ticket – check number

    • tests – list of datasets with results of the tests which have failed; a single dataset (one list item, e.g. tests.0) has the following attributes:

      • tests.*.type – severity of the test result (error / warning / notice),

      • tests.*.name – subject of the test,

      • tests.*.ns – further information about the test result whose content depends on the test subject.

      The content of further information about the result according to the test subject (value of the name attribute):

      • glue_ok – the required glue record is missing for the following name servers:
        • tests.*.ns – list of the name servers,

      • existence – following name servers in the nsset are unreachable:
        • tests.*.ns – list of the name servers,

      • autonomous – the nsset does not contain at least two name servers in different autonomous systems:
        • no more content,

      • presence – name server(s) exists which does not contain a record for any of the domains:
        • tests.*.ns – list of the name servers,

        • tests.*.ns.*.fqdn – list of the domains for a particular name server of which this name server does not contain a record,

        • tests.*.ns.overfull – the list of domains is incomplete / there are more domains in the test input for which this name server does not contain a record but they are not all listed (this can be used to insert an ellipsis - …” conditionally),

      • authoritative – name server is not authoritative for domains:
        • tests.*.ns – list of the name servers,

        • tests.*.ns.*.fqdn – list of the domains for a particular name server of which this name server is not authoritative,

        • tests.*.ns.overfull – the list of domains is incomplete / there are more domains in the test input for which this name server is not authoritative but they are not all listed (this can be used to insert an ellipsis “…” conditionally),

      • heterogenous – all name servers in the nsset use the same implementation of dns server:
        • no more content,

      • notrecursive – following name servers in the nsset are recursive:
        • tests.*.ns – list of the name servers,

      • notrecursive4all – following name servers in the nsset answered a query recursively:
        • tests.*.ns – list of the name servers,

      • dnsseckeychase – for the following domains belonging to the nsset, the validity of the dnssec signature could not be verified:
        • tests.*.ns – list of the domains.

      The original template defines and uses the printtest() macro which accepts a result dataset (an item from the tests list) as an argument and prints the results according to the subject (name) of the test. Print of the test results is grouped by severity.

9.2.18. Email type: request_block

  • sent to the domain owner / the contact / technical contacts of an object after a public request for object (un)blocking has been carried out

  • common passed parameters: defaults.*, handle, reqdate, reqid, type

  • additional parameters:
    • otype – operation type: 1 – blocking, 2 – unblocking,

    • rtype – request type: 1 – all object changes, 2 – object transfer.

9.2.19. Email type: annual_contact_reminder

  • sent to a contact in response to the upcoming contact registration anniversary as a reminder to check accuracy of contact information in the registry

  • common passed parameters: defaults.*, handle

  • additional parameters:
    • organization – name of contact’s organization,

    • name – personal or company name,

    • address – address (in a single line),

    • ident_type – identity-document identification type:
      • RC – birth number,

      • OP – personal ID card number,

      • PASS – passport number,

      • ICO – organization ID number,

      • MPSV – MPSV ID (number from the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs),

      • BIRTHDAY – the date of birth,

    • ident_value – identity-document identification number,

    • dic – VAT-payer identifier,

    • telephone – phone number,

    • fax – fax number,

    • email – email address,

    • notify_email – notification email address,

    • registrar_name – name of the designated registrar,

    • registrar_url – website address of the designated registrar,

    • registrar_memo_cz – a memo provided by the registrar (Czech/local variant),

    • registrar_memo_en – a memo provided by the registrar (English variant),

      Note

      The registrar memo is configurable.

    • domains – list of domains where the contact is the owner,

    • nssets – list of nssets where the contact is a technical contact,

    • keysets – list of keysets where the contact is a technical contact.

9.2.20. Email type: merge_contacts_auto

  • sent to the contact after an automatic merger of its duplicates

  • common passed parameters: defaults.*

  • additional parameters:
    • dst_contact_handle – handle of the destination contact into which the duplicates have been merged,

    • domain_registrant_list – list of handles of domains in which the registrant contact had to be replaced with the destination contact,

    • domain_admin_list – list of handles of domains in which some administrative contacts had to be replaced with the destination contact,

    • nsset_tech_list – list of handles of nssets in which some technical contacts had to be replaced with the destination contact,

    • keyset_tech_list – list of handles of keysets in which some technical contacts had to be replaced with the destination contact,

    • removed_list – list of contacts which have been deleted as a result of the merger.

    Values of the lists can be accessed by adding an index number at the end of the parameter name, counting from zero, for example: domain_registrant_list.0 for the first item.

9.2.21. Email type: akm_candidate_state_ok

  • sent after valid CDNSKEY records are discovered on a insecured domain and the acceptance period is initiated, to technical contacts of the domain’s nsset

  • common passed parameters: defaults.*, domain, zone

  • additional parameters:

    • keys – list of discovered CDNSKEY records (the first item of the list as keys.0 etc.), a single key item looks like this:

      [flags: 257, protocol: 3, algorithm: 13, key: "mdsswUyr3DPW132mOi8V9xESWE8jTo0dxCjjnopKl+GqJxpVXckHAeF+KkxLbxILfDLUT0rAK9iUzy1L53eKGQ=="]
      
    • datetime – date and time of the discovery,

    • days_to_left – how many days the acceptance period is going to last.

9.2.22. Email type: akm_candidate_state_ko

  • sent when the acceptance period is broken by absence of the CDNSKEY records or by discovery of changed records, to technical contacts of the domain’s nsset

  • common passed parameters: defaults.* domain

  • additional parameters:
    • datetime – date and time of the discovery.

9.2.23. Email type: akm_keyset_update

  • sent when an auto-managed keyset is updated from new CDNSKEY records, to technical contacts of the domain’s nsset

  • common passed parameters: defaults.*, domain, zone

  • additional parameters:
    • keys – list of discovered CDNSKEY records (the first item of the list as keys.0 etc.),

    • datetime – date and time of the discovery.

9.2.24. Email type: record_statement

  • sent in response to a request for a registry record statement about an object, to the email of the domain owner / the contact / technical contacts

  • common passed parameters: defaults.*,

  • additional parameters:
    • request_day – the day of the request date,

    • request_month – the month of the request date,

    • request_year – the year of the request date.

9.2.25. Email type: sendpersonalinfo_pif

  • sent in response to a resolved public request for personal information of a contact, to the email selected within the request

  • common passed parameters: defaults.*, handle

  • additional parameters:
    • name – name (personal),

    • organization – name of an organization,

    • address – main (permanent) address,

    • mailing_address – mailing address,

    • billing_address – billing address,

    • shipping_address_1 – 1st shipping address,

    • shipping_address_2 – 2nd shipping address,

    • shipping_address_3 – 3rd shipping address,

    • ident_type – identity document type,

    • ident_value – identity document number,

    • dicVAT-payer number,

    • telephone – phone number,

    • fax – fax number,

    • email – main email address,

    • notify_email – notification email address,

    • registrar_name – name of the designated registrar,

    • registrar_url – website of the designated registrar.

9.2.26. Description of parameters

This section contains description of parameters which are common to several email types.

9.2.26.1. Registry information (defaults)

These parameters are passed to all email types. See also Registry contact information (defaults).

  • defaults.company – name of the Registry

  • defaults.street – street in the headquarters address of the Registry

  • defaults.postalcode – postal code in the headquarters address of the Registry

  • defaults.city – city in the headquarters address of the Registry

  • defaults.tel – phone contact of the Registry

  • defaults.fax – fax contact of the Registry

  • defaults.emailsupport – email contact of the technical support

  • defaults.authinfopage – URL of the site from which registrants can request the transfer password (authinfo)

  • defaults.whoispage – URL of the site from which the public can search in the Registry

  • defaults.company_cs – Czech variant of the company name of the Registry

  • defaults.company_en – English variant of the company name of the Registry

9.2.26.2. Common parameters

administrators

list of administrative contacts (items are accessed by adding index number at the end of the parameter name, counting from zero, for example: administrators.0 for the first item)

authinfo

transfer password

checkdate

the date when the object-state check was performed and this email created (according to the server’s local time, date format: YYYY-MM-DD)

deldate

date of deletion of an idle (obsolete) object

dnsdate

date from which the domain will not be included in the zone anymore

domain

domain name in question

exdate

date of domain expiration (till when the registration has been prepaid)

exregdate

date from which the domain can be registered by another subject (domain is unguarded)

day_before_exregdate

date of the last day the domain is guarded (one day before registration cancellation)

handle

string identifier of the object in question

owner

identifier of the owner of the domain in question (contact handle)

nsset

identifier of the name server set assigned to the domain in question (nsset handle)

registrar

name and website of the current designated registrar (in case of transfer, the new designated registrar)

reqdate

the date when the public request was placed (date format dd.mm.YYYY)

reqid

the identification number of the public request by which it can be traced in the Registry

statechangedate

date when the respective object state was set

ticket

email identifier

type

object type by number: 1 – contact, 2 – nsset, 3 – domain, 4 – keyset

valdate

date till when the ENUM domain has been validated

zone

zone in question (FQDN with the leading dot)