Use this form to provide information about links in containers.The name of the link.
SubjectA description of the link.
Use this section to specify general link properties.The icon that represents this link. To change the icon, type the new icon's ID number.
KindThe type of object to which this link points (the target object).
SizeThe size of the link.
WhereThe path to the link.
URLThe URL of the target object. To change the URL, use the field in the Advanced section.
CreatorWho created the link.
CreatedWhen the link was created.
ModifiedWhen the link was last changed.
ExpiresWhen the link will expire and be deleted.
Expire inThe value Default represents the number of days defined by your administrator as the default expiry period. If you choose Other, fill in the number of days until the link will expire.
For existing links, the "days" field shows the number of days left before the link expires. If the link will never expire, this field is blank. The value Expired means that the link will be deleted in the next trash collection, as scheduled by your administrator.Prevents the link from being changed, moved, or deleted.
Auto openMakes the link automatically open the target object if the link is unread. Auto open occurs when someone opens the container in which this link is located.
Use this section to specify the URL, the type of URL, and where applicable, connection information needed to access the target object.The address of the target object.
To create a mailto link, type mailto: then the URL.URL types are:
Type of URL
A link to a web page.
FirstClass public URL
A link, usable by others, to an object on a FirstClass server.
FirstClass private URL.
A link, only usable by you, to an object on a FirstClass server.
Site nameThe server domain name. Doesn't apply to Internet URLs.
Site IDThe serial number of the server. Doesn't apply to Internet URLs.
PathThe path to the target object. Doesn't apply to Internet URLs.
User IDThe user ID you use to log into the server containing the target object. Only applies to FirstClass private URLs.
PasswordThe password you use to log into the server containing the target object. For security, you may not want to provide this information. If supplied, it will show as plain text. Only applies to FirstClass private URLs.