How To Send Letters From Invoice Journal

Send invoices to your customers as snailmail letters directly from Invoice Journal. Make some minor changes to your account settings and send your customers invoices via postal mail, as easily as you send them an email.

Sending Invoices by Postal Mail

  1. Sign in to your Invoice Journal account using your designated URL (e.g.,
  2. Click on the Invoices tab

    InvoiceJournal - Find your Invoice template
  3. Open an existing invoice or create a new one
  4. Click on the Edit icon

    InvoiceJournal - Edit your Invoice template
  5. Click to Change the Ship To details

    InvoiceJournal - Edit ship to postal address
  6. Clear all Ship To information and Save changes

    InvoiceJournal - Build invoice
  7. Click on Save Invoice
  8. Click on the Preview icon

    InvoiceJournal - Preview invoice
  9. Click on Save page as PDF and save the invoice as a PDF document on your local hard drive

    InvoiceJournal - Save invoice as PDF
  10. Use your email client to create a new email message and attach the PDF document you saved in the previous step
  11. In the To: line of your email, write the following email address:

    InvoiceJournal - Send invoice by email

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.

Please Note

  • 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: /Development anywhere in the Subject line of your email and your letter will be simulated instead of being delivered to the postal service.