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FedMail® Service Descriptions

FedMail sends communication to email addresses and, for some services, fax numbers. Emails either provide information in the body of the email or as an attachment.

Information on FedMail Service Descriptions.
Service Description
Accounting: Capital Stock
(STOC, DIVD)
Service provides the electronic delivery of monthly statements of share holdings and semi-annual advices of dividend payments for member banks of the Federal Reserve System.
Accounting: Daily Statement of Account
(IASR)
The Daily Statement of Account provides details of transactions that have posted for your financial institution, Secondary RTNs (Subaccounts and Other Secondary RTNs), and Respondents, if applicable. Statements are also available for Subaccounts (Statement of Items Through Your Master Account) and Respondents (Statement of Items Through Your Correspondent). Fax delivery is discouraged for customers whose statements are 10 pages or more in length. Email attachment and fax formats are text.
Billing: Monthly Billing Summary Statement of Service Charges
(EBST)
Service provides the ability to receive the Monthly Billing Summary Statement of Service Charges (EBST) electronically. Email and fax formats are available. Fax delivery is discouraged for customers whose statements are 10 pages or more in length. Email attachment and fax formats are text.
Check Adjustments: Messages and Images (CADM/CADI) Service provides the ability to receive check adjustment information (CADM) and supporting documentation (CADI) electronically. The Federal Reserve Banks utilize a third-party vendor for message encryption and delivery services. Encrypted message delivery via Portal is based on standard internet technology, and users can access encrypted messages stored within the message center through a variety of internet browsers. Service use does not require additional IT, web or security infrastructure. While the vendor offers additional solutions that require the receiving institution/recipient to purchase additional components, the additional components and solutions are not required and are not supported by the Federal Reserve Banks. Customers may choose to use the other vendor-supported solutions based on their own security assessment and business needs. Email attachment and fax formats are text; image format is TIF.
Check 21: Duplicate Notification Service (DCNR) Service enables summary information exchange between FedMail® Subscribers involved in duplicate check item incidents. The Federal Reserve Banks are not responsible for the content of any notice sent via this service nor do they verify intended recipients. The Federal Reserve Banks will not notify a sender if an intended recipient is not a FedMail Subscriber or if an intended FedMail Subscriber recipient fails to receive a notice. Notification sent via this service does not relieve the sender of any obligations under applicable check law. This service is recommended for use when incidents result in 50 or more duplicate items. Email delivery only; information is provided in the body of the email.
Check 21: FedForward®/FedReturn® Deposit Acknowledgements
(DNOP, DNOT)
Service provides the ability to receive Check 21 FedForward and FedReturn Deposit Acknowledgements in both the Production (DNOP) and/or Test (DNOT) environments. Email delivery only; information is provided in the body of the email.
Check 21: FedReceipt®/PDF Presentment Notifications
(PNOP, PNOT)
Service provides the ability to receive Check 21 FedReceipt/PDF Presentment Notifications in both the Production (PNOP) and/or Test (PNOT) environments. Email delivery only; information is provided in the body of the email.
Daylight Overdraft Reports
(ABO2)
Service provides account holders with the ability to receive various daylight overdraft activity reports and fee statements/advices electronically. The Intra-Day Position Report and Transaction End-Of-Minute Detail Report are delivered daily. The following reports are delivered on the Thursday immediately following each two-week reserve maintenance period: Daylight Overdraft History Report, Daylight Overdraft Monitoring Summary Report, Daylight Overdraft Charge Report – Preliminary, Daylight Overdraft Charge Report - Final. Recipients receive all reports, if applicable to the organization. Email delivery only; email attachment format is text.
FedACH®: Advices
(ACHR)
Service provides the ability to receive electronic copies of FedACH End-Of-Day Settlement Advices, FedACH Immediate Advices, FedACH Second Immediate Advices, and Same Day Return Advices. Email attachment and fax formats are text.
FedCash®: Cash Difference Advices
(CD01)
Service provides the ability to receive daily Cash Difference Advices via email. Each Cash Difference Advice will contain the deposit difference information including the details regarding the adjustment to your account and strap image; the strap image will be included if it is available based on the difference type. Email delivery only; email attachment format is PDF.
Fedwire®: Funds Advices
(FFSR)
Service provides the ability to receive Fedwire Funds advices and acknowledgments of offline transactions via email. The Federal Reserve Banks utilize a third-party vendor for message encryption and delivery services. Encrypted message delivery via Portal is based on standard internet technology, and users can access encrypted messages stored within the message center through a variety of internet browsers. Service use does not require additional IT, web or security infrastructure. While the vendor offers additional solutions that require the receiving institution/recipient to purchase additional components, the Federal Reserve Banks do not support these additional components and solutions. Customers may choose to use the other vendor-supported solutions based on their own security assessment and business needs. Email delivery only; email attachment format is text.
Fedwire: Funds Offline Service Code Words Authentication
(CWRD)
Service provides the ability for a Fedwire Funds Service customer to receive code words via email. Code words are used to help establish the identity of customer and Federal Reserve Bank staff during the processing of Fedwire Funds Service transactions via the Offline Service. Email delivery only; email attachment formats are text and PDF.
Fedwire: Securities Reports and Advices
(FSSR)
Service provides the ability to receive Fedwire Securities statements (such as Detailed Activity Statement, Holdings Statement and Notification of Principal & Interest Credit) and advices of offline transactions via email. The Federal Reserve Banks utilize a third-party vendor for message encryption and delivery services. Encrypted message delivery via Portal is based on standard internet technology, and users can access encrypted messages stored within the message center through a variety of internet browsers. Service use does not require additional IT, web or security infrastructure. While the vendor offers additional solutions that require the receiving institution/recipient to purchase additional components, the Federal Reserve Banks do not support these additional components and solutions. Customers may choose to use the other vendor-supported solutions based on their own security assessment and business needs. Email delivery only; email attachment format is text.
Treasury and DFAS: ACH Reclamations
(RECM)
Service provides the ability to receive Treasury and Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) Automated Clearing House (ACH) reclamations (RECM) electronically. Due to privacy concerns, the social security number and the payee's account number will be truncated to display only the last four digits of each number. This service replaces the physical delivery of notices of reclamation (FMS Form 133) via mail. The notices will be sent no later than 7 a.m. ET, Monday-Friday. Each notice will consist of Form 133 Part 1 (Program Agency Copy) and Part 5 (Notice to Account Owners). Parts 2, 3 and 4 of the Form 133 are duplicates of Part 1 and will not be included in the PDF. Upon receipt of an emailed notice of reclamation, the recipient should view, print and process the notice of ACH reclamation in the same way that it would process a paper notice of ACH reclamation received by mail. Email delivery only; email attachment format is PDF.
Treasury: Check Reclamations and Reports
(RECC, CORM, CORS, CORW)
Service provides the ability to receive Check reclamations (RECC) and reports electronically. Recipients receive check reclamations and all reports. Email delivery only; check reclamations format is PDF; reports format is text.

The Cumulative Notice of Discharged Debt (CORM) is a monthly report of canceled debt that will be reported to the Internal Revenue Service on Form 1099C.

The Summary of Debt Statement (CORS) is a monthly report of outstanding check reclamations and associated information.

The Abandonment Notice (CORW) is a weekly report of check reclamations that have been abandoned.

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