The email that has not been sent will be shown when you click View the errors link under the Dashboard tab.
You'll want to make sure that the email address is correct and then click Send to try sending again.
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Thanks for getting back to me, coastalrandr.
You can do a basic troubleshooting to identify if this is a program behavior.
First, you can use a private or incognito window since it will not store any data history. Second, if the error still occurs, you can clear your browser's cache. Doing this will help your program to start fresh. Lastly, if you still encounter the same error, you can use a different browser. There are times that the browser you're currently using isn't working.
You can always get back to me if you have further clarifications.
This hasn't actually answered my question. I know why the email didn't send. It was because it was the wrong email address. In hotmail I receive notification if an email isn't delivered. This is what I am asking about. Is there a way to be notified of undelivered emails or failed to sends? If not is there somewhere i can find a list of the undelivered or failed to send emails?
Hi coastaltandr, thanks for following up. I just did a test sending invoice to a non-existent email address. When returning to the 'invoices' tab of QuickBooks Online, I get a notification showing me that my invoice failed to send. Check out this screenshot:
Is that helpful?
Still didn't answer his question - if Quickbooks has the capability to email an invoice, it should have the capability to email a notification to a specified email (the QBO user) that an email to a particular recipient (customer) failed.
This has happened to me on numerous occasions. I think an invoice is past due and only discover when going into the invoice that it was never received by the recipient for one reason or another, and I lose days or weeks on A/P processing because of the problem.
Thanks for joining on this thread, praetas.
Allow me to step in for a moment and share some additional information about notification for bounced email.
Currently, there isn’t a direct way of notifying the sender about undelivered transactions. When an invoice fails to send, the recipient's email service sends a failure or delivery error notification to your email service.
If the delivery failure error is sent to us by your service provider, a notification is added to the transaction. As mentioned by my colleague, you’ll have to click on the View the errors link on your Dashboard to see the lists of failed emails.
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The information I provided should help you move forward.
If there’s anything else I can help you with, please leave me a comment. I’ll be right here to assist further.
If you're not seeing the Dashboard message, you can check from within the invoice you sent to see if it was delivered or not, under the Customer's name.
It should look like this:
If you don't get any message, then the email has reached the recipient, but if they don't receive it, they may have to mark firstname.lastname@example.org as a safe sender.
Hope this helps!
You can use the Audit Log to verify undelivered emails, but you still need to open each transaction.
While there isn't a direct way to inform you of failed transactions, I'll personally send this suggestion to our product developers. That way, they might take into consideration in adding this feature in future product updates.
To check the Audit Log:
If you need help in customizing your emails, here's a guide: Customise your invoice emails
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I'll be sure to forward your request to our product engineers for evaluation. We always update some features in QuickBooks Online and this might be included in the future.
On the other hand, you can open the invoice and check to see the Last Delivery information. Then, re-send the transaction if it has an incorrect email address.
I'm adding this sample screenshot for reference:
Let me know if you have other suggestions or questions. Thanks.