In most application there is an E-mail function. This allows the quick creation of emails related to the shipment and to easily attach documents stored within the shipment.
Opens the e-mail editor to create a new e-mail and send it.
Refreshes the list of existing emails
An overview of all pre-generated e-mails with sender, recipient, subject and date of shipment all displayed. The marked email will be displayed in detail in the lower part of the screen.
In this area, displaying the marked email in the overview shows, all parties receiving the mail, the body text of the mail and any attachments.
selecting the "compose" option produces the email editor.
Back to overview
this will return the view to the e-mail overview screen.
E-mail sender. The sender name and e-mail address is taken from the user profile of the current user.
E-mail recipients. The e-mail address of the recipient can be entered here. Multiple e-mail recipients can be entered if separated by commas.
E-mail recipient or recipients to which a copy of the e-mail will be sent. Multiple e-mail recipients can be entered if separated by commas.
Blind Copy (BCC)
E-mail recipient or recipients to which a blind copy of the e-mail will be sent. Multiple e-mail recipients can be entered if separated by commas. By default, the e-mail address of the sender or logged on user is used so that the user will automatically receive an e-mail copy in their external e-mail program.
The subject of the email that is being composed.
The area where the content of the email is written.
This action will open a popup window in which the attachments to this e-mail can be added or removed.
This area will display all documents that are currently in the documents tab of the shipment. Only these may be included as attachments.
This area will display documents that are already attached.
Moves one or more selected documents from the list of available documents and adds these to the e-mail as an attachment.
Moves one or more of the selected documents form the attachments area back into the available documents areas. This removes the document from the email.
External documents such as those stored locally on a hard disk or a network drive can be uploaded to the documents tab of the application using the Upload documents option in the *document tab. Once this is done, these documents will now be available as documents that can be attached to emails.
Confirms the documents to be attached and closes the pop-up window.
Closes the attachments pop-up without any further action.
This areas displays all the documents that have been attached to the email.
Send the E-Mail.