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bulk invoice email
"I have Accountright and want to send a client an email with a copy of each outstanding invoice."
When you use online emailing within AccountRight, recipients will be able to view all unpaid invoices emailed to them using the View unpaid invoices emailed to you option at the bottom of the email. This is in addition to the Unpaid Invoice summary that is also issued out on the 3rd of each month.
Can we have a setting that allows when emailing multiple invoices for the same card the invoices sent in one PDF per email rather one invoice per PDF per email?
Can we have an option where we can send other documents such as timesheets or terms of business as attachments when we email an invoice ?
Definite great idea, nothing worth than at end of month having to send client 4 seperate emails
This would be a great idea. It would also be nice to be able to select a receipt advice so you know the client has received the email with invoiceds attached.
Great idea. Very useful for us as well.
In a future upgrade can you implement functionality where one PDF file is created for multiple invoices? This would be a time saving feature since many companies would like multiple invoices in one file not one file for each invoice.
great idea love it
I Agree tthat it is great idea for time saving and reducing email clutter reasons
Good work in implementing attachments to emails.
It would be great if when sending statements (for clients to pay outstanding balances), there was an option to include all original invoices that are referred to on the attached statement. Clients will often ask for the invoices that are referred to on a statement, and rather than having to generate them as .pdfs and then re-attaching them in MYOB, they could all be generated as attachments to the statement email. Hopefully not too difficult now that you have sorted the attachment to email feature!
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