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Unique Identifier of Email

gnals12
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Hi,

 

Does ACC have unique Identifier of an email?

 

For example, If Person 'A' and Person 'B' received both email 'X' and 'Y', there is 4 unique identifiers for each email & person(email address) combination.

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Darren_Bowers
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Community Advisor
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Hi @gnals12 - The broadLog primary key (@id) is the unique identifier for a message created in ACC. Every message created (including control, seeds and proofs) will have a unique broadLog identifier. You can find it in the nms:broadLogRcp table.

Cheers

Darren

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Darren_Bowers
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Community Advisor

Hi @gnals12 - The broadLog primary key (@id) is the unique identifier for a message created in ACC. Every message created (including control, seeds and proofs) will have a unique broadLog identifier. You can find it in the nms:broadLogRcp table.

Cheers

Darren

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gnals12
Level 2
Level 2
Hi Darren, Is there a possibility broadLog primary key(@id) can be reused after Log is cleaned? We want to avoid a situation that the same unique identifer pops up in different message few years later.
Darren_Bowers
Community Advisor
Community Advisor
Hi @gnals12. If you just delete the data in the BroadLog then the primary key will continue where it left off. Its a database sequence and will continue to increase unless you reset it (usually not recommended). Unsure why you want to "clean" the BroadLog. It should be regularly purged as part of the normall instance configuration. You can set the BroadLog history in the configuration. Cheers Darren