Mail invoices and statement directly from K-Billing (Kbilling). Use K-Billing to generate an email message with a PDF document attached and send it to your PostalMethods account where it will be sent as a postal letter.
- Start the K-Billing application on your desktop.
- Click on Edit, appearing on the navigation bar and choose Settings.
- At the Setting window choose the Invoices tab.
- Clear the check-boxes near Bill To Show As:, and Ship To Show As: and click on Save & Close. This is done so these headers are not mistaken for being part of the recipient address.
- Select an existing invoice you would like to send as a letter or create a new invoice.
- In the Invoice window, Click on the Ship To tab.
- Un-check Same as Bill To Address.
- Click on the Clear button.
- Click on the Customer tab, choose Email/Print Template of Professional2 and save.
- Click on the Email @ icon appear on the navigation bar.
- Write you email address in the Email From line.
- In the To line, write: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- In the Email Format section, check Attach PDF Invoice to Email.
- Click Send.
- Click Yes to confirm.
An e-mail message containing the attached invoice is sent to PostalMethods. The address is extracted from the document; your invoice is printed, folded, inserted, stamped and delivered to the postal agency. You can see your letter being processed in the PostalMethods Control Panel Activity table.
- The email account you are using in order to send the email message to PostalMethods must be defined as an Allowed Email Sender in the PostalMethods Security Settings tab.
- You can send letters via PostalMethods by using other applications, by using your favorite office application, by using our "Quick Send" web form or by using our advanced Web Services (for developers).
- You can simulate sending letters for free in order to see how your resulting letter and envelope will look like. There is no charge for these tests. You can view your letters in the PostalMethods control panel. To simulate a letter simply include this string:
/Developmentanywhere in the Subject line of your email and your letter will be simulated instead of being delivered to the postal service.