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Elster Online: What is the "Status" column?

Question by Guest | 2018-02-02 at 17:48

I recently started making my tax declaration online via the German Elster Formular (Elster Form on www.elster.de). Therefore, I'm not really clear with all the terms used there.

First of all, I wonder, what the column "status" in the messages are / mailbox might mean. Some messages have a 90, others a value of 60.

Does anyone know what the 90's and 60's are standing for? I think, these are definitely keys or encodings for some processing states of the corresponding message. Unfortunately, I can not find a legend about it anywhere.

I'm sorry for the demand, but I'm a bit overwhelmed and just do not want to transfer any mistakes to the tax office.

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The heading "Status" is a maybe a bit irritating. The number in this column only tells you how long it will take for the message to be deleted.

For each new message, there is a 90 - that means that the message remains stored for 90 days. If you log in again tomorrow, there should be 89 in the same place, since a day has passed.

Therefore, the status is not any coding for the state of the message but simply a message about how many days the message will still be stored.

By default, you will also be notified by e-mail 14 days prior to automatic deletion. If you do not want to do this, you can deactivate the checkbox under "Konto verwalten > Meine Einstellungen" ("Manage Account > My Settings").
2018-02-03 at 15:10

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