How To Send Invoices From Sassu Online Accounting
You can send invoices to your customers directly from Sassu Online Accounting. Use Sassu Online Accounting to generate an email message with your invoice as a PDF document attached and send it to PostalMethods, where it will be sent as a postal letter within one business day.
Adjust Your Saasu Account:
As a preparatory step for sending invoices as letters with PostalMethods, we need to adjust your account to make sure that the recipient and return address on the invoice are clearly displayed through the envelope windows.
Please contact PostalMethods Support and request to set your PostalMethods account for sending letters from Saasu.
Sending Invoices by Postal Mail:
- Sign in to your Saasu account
- Click on the Sales tab
- On the Sale List table, click on one of the View or Edit icons, appearing at the end of each line
- Once the invoice is ready, click on the E-mail PDF icon on the top navigation bar
- Write the following email address in the To line: firstname.lastname@example.org, fill in the rest of the details and click Send
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.