Field: "Project name"
You can enter any project name of your choosing in this field,
e.g. the Shadow Domain's or your client's name, etc.
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Field: "Submission list file (name)"
When starting the script submitpages-e.cgi in batch mode, it
will read the submission URLs from a predefined text file.
Enter the submission file name (without its system path) in this
field.
This file was generated during step 4 and was stored in
directory: ""admin/admin_submissions/"

If you want to use your own file with submission URLs, please
proceed as outlined below.
The submission URLs must be entered one per line.
Example:
http://www.yourshadowdomain.com/page1.html
http://www.yourshadowdomain.com/page2.html
http://www.yourshadowdomain.com/page3.html
http://www.yourshadowdomain.com/page4.html
http://www.yourshadowdomain.com/page5.html
Blank lines and lines commented out with # will be skipped.

Please create this file manually in ASCII mode with a text
editor. Then, upload it by FTP in ASCII mode to the directory:
"admin/admin_submissions/"

Note: "IMPORTANT"
Set file permissions to: "chmod 666"  [-rw-rw-rw-]

After execution, the batch job will look similar to the following
example:
# 2002-10-07, 20:08 ok: http://www.yourshadowdomain.com/page1.html
# 2002-10-07, 20:08 not ok: http://www.yourshadowdomain.com/page2.html:
              Not Found 404
# 2002-10-07, 20:08 ok: http://www.yourshadowdomain.com/page3.html
http://www.yourshadowdomain.com/page4.html
http://www.yourshadowdomain.com/page5.html

The entries "ok" or "not ok" relate solely to availability of
the submission URLs.
The detailed messages generated by the search engines will be
listed in the e-mail submission report.

The last two URLs in our example given above will be submitted
during the batch job's next run.
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