The AddressFinder (NCOA) service issues a number of more specific designations (or return codes) based on their findings, so you might see several different (and perhaps more specific/detailed) return codes referenced in the full-length report you receive from this third-party service provider.

When you pull up the NCOA results in eTapestry, however, you'll notice how eTapestry only tracks a total of 4 NCOA codes:

1. Move Identified, Address Updated
2. Move Identified, Address Cannot Be Updated
3. Address Standardized
4. Invalid Address

For more on the 4 NCOA codes tracked in eTapestry, please see the following: User Defined Fields created by AddressFinder (NCOA) Service.

Accounts marked with one of the more specific NCOA return codes in your full-length report WILL be marked with one of the four codes above in eTapestry (based on which eTapestry grouping is the best fit according to the nature of the code).

For example, if you notice that some accounts were marked with the "Daily Delete" return code in the full-length report, since that particular code means that the address was submitted so long ago that it's going to be purged from the NCOA database soon, any accounts marked with this more specific code will be lumped under eTapestry's broader NCOA code for: "Move Identified, Address Cannot Be Updated."

For more details regarding the NCOA Service's more detailed return codes (which you might see referenced in the full report), the following resource provides more information about what each of those more specific codes mean: http://www.accuzip.com/webhelp/NCOA_Link_Setup_and_Information/Reviewing_the_NCOA_Changes.htm.