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Old 08-10-2011, 03:06 PM
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Great idea I use quickbooks and email my invoices. I used to forget to take them with me now I just invoice and hit send. All but three of my customers have email so it works great.
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Old 08-13-2011, 12:12 PM
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This what I use for all accounting and to email invoices...works great.

Check it out:
https://signup.workingpoint.com/ref/f87680c895
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Old 08-13-2011, 09:19 PM
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www.landscapebilling.com

I do all of my billing through this now. You can email all of your customers at once when invoices are due. Customers can log in on their own to view/download/print/pay invoices from the past to present.

This is the main reason I got it because people weren't keeping up with when we were coming and calling me saying, "You charged my card but did not come".

Now they get the invoice notice the day it is completed, they pay, problem solved.
Been using this software for awhile now, love it and VERY affordable!
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Old 08-26-2011, 03:23 PM
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Looking for software that we can keep all client information, detailed accounts and able to do estimates,invoices, letters etc. for a outdoor service company. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated,
Sounds like you're looking for Jobber, we offer a 30-Day free trial, come check us out at www.getjobber.com.

You can use the software to generate quotes/estimates as well as invoices (among many other things) and you can email your customers their copies. If you have a smartphone or tablet you can send those emails right from your customers' doorsteps. Or you can print off a PDF version if your customer prefers a paper copy. Let me know what you think, good luck!
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Old 08-26-2011, 04:36 PM
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Quicken and Quick Books will let you email straight from the software.
Yes until your version gets to be a few years old and they stop supporting it!

I email about 20% of my invoices. It's very convenient but I have had a few cases where customers have fogotten to print the invoice or just forgotten about them entirely...or so they said anyway.
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Old 03-11-2012, 12:00 PM
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dfor,
can we discuss real quick how tofill out email preferences for My Invoices 7 estimates deluxe and filling out.....
smtp mail server
or
pop3 mail server
domain name
user Id
password

i use a simple sbcglobal.netemail addy.....powered by yahoo i suppose
I need help finding those details to fill out the preferences portion in order to=email invoices.
Thanks
& forgivemy relative lack of computer savvy...
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