I'm fairly sure that the older "C" (only) lenses were equipped with Compur shutters; later, Hasselblad moved to Prontor shutters and designated them "CF" (I would assume they meant to indicate that they could be used as either "Compur Type" (between-the-lens), or Focal Plane Type - without an internal shutter.
"F" type lenses are desinged for use on cameras with focal plane shutters only... they are not quite the same in design - a few have larger maximum apertures... e.g., there is a f/2.0 80mm "F" lens, where the maximum for the 80mm "C" or "CF" is f/2.8.
The "FE" types are equipped with the electrical contacts necessary for use in the auto-exposure models ... 201FE, 205FE... (not quite sure of the precise models.)
The "T" - Actually, "T*", indicates the use of the newest multi-layed coating on the lens.