How to use QuickBooks Email to send Invoices, Reports and Bills.
This tutorial will teach you how to configure QuickBooks email to send email using the settings available from your email provider. Before beginning the step below, be sure that you have the following information available:
1.) Your email address
2.) Your email password
3.) The name of your email provider
4.) The name of your email server (available from your email provider)
5.) The outbound email port (available from your email provider)
Step One: Open QuickBooks and click on “Edit.”
Step Two: Select “Preferences.”
Step Three: Click on “Send Forms” and then click “Add”. This is where you will configure QuickBooks Email.
Step Four: Select the box next to “Email ID” and then enter your email address.
Step Five: Select the box next to “Email Provider” and choose your provider from the list.
Step Six: If necessary, select the box next to “server name” and enter your email server name, available from your email provider.
Step Seven: If necessary, select the box next to “Port” and enter the port number, available from your email provider.
Step Eight: Click “OK” in each of the subsequent windows (up to 3 times). Your QuickBooks company file is now configured to send emails! Now let’s run a test.
Testing Your Email Settings in QuickBooks
After configuring your QuickBooks company file to send emails, we advise you to follow these next steps to test your new configuration.
Step One: Click on “Reports”
Step Two: Click on “Report Center.”
Step Three: Click on “Run” for any of the reports shown.
Step Four: In the report window that opens, click on the down arrow next to “E-mail” and then click on “Send report as PDF.”
Step Five: Select the box next to “To” and enter your email address, then click “Send.”
Step Six: Enter your email password in the window that pops up and click “OK.”
Step Seven: If successful, a window will open indicating success. Check your email for receipt of the message. If it was not received, go back to the beginning of this tutorial and check your settings for accuracy.