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Andries Nel
Level 1

IIF available fileds for INVOICE

Hi All

 

I am trying to create an invoice IIF file to import.

I have successfully created the file but I would like the invoice to be marked "For Email" so that I can send batch emails with invoices attached to customers.

Can you please tell me what field name to use on !TRN line to define this.

I have tried "TOEMAIL" but it does not work.

I am no QB or IIF fundi but it seems that the IIF sample files from the KIT is quite outdated.

Thank you in advance.

 

 

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Best answer July 21, 2020

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Kristine Mae
QuickBooks Team

IIF available fileds for INVOICE

I'd like to explain how this works, Andries Nel.

 

You're unable to add any fields for emailing it. You'll want to mark the invoice manually when it's already imported in QuickBooks. Just open the transaction, then tick the Email later box.

 

Let me share some articles about IIF to better guide you:

We're just around if you have additional questions. Reach out to us anytime.

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Andries Nel
Level 1

IIF available fileds for INVOICE

Hi All

I have tried TOSEND in the !TRN line but it seems to be ignored.

Thank you

Kristine Mae
QuickBooks Team

IIF available fileds for INVOICE

I'd like to explain how this works, Andries Nel.

 

You're unable to add any fields for emailing it. You'll want to mark the invoice manually when it's already imported in QuickBooks. Just open the transaction, then tick the Email later box.

 

Let me share some articles about IIF to better guide you:

We're just around if you have additional questions. Reach out to us anytime.

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Andries Nel
Level 1

IIF available fileds for INVOICE

Thank you.

gauerj1
Level 1

IIF available fileds for INVOICE

This seems like a non-answer type answer.  Until recently (maybe early 2020) invoices uploaded via IIF could be marked as "Email Later".  Why was support for this key feature removed?

Mark_R
QuickBooks Team

IIF available fileds for INVOICE

Hi there, @gauerj1.

 

Our product engineers are reviewing all the features that are helpful and not helpful in QuickBooks. Thus, some of the features are enhanced, and some were removed.

 

As mentioned by my peer Kristine Mae, imported invoices via the IIF file can't be edited. You can consider ticking the Email later box manually once it's already imported.

 

For now, you can visit our blog site so you'll be able to get the latest news about QuickBooks and what our Product Care Team is working on. 

 

Feel free to visit our Community forums again if you have other questions with QuickBooks. I'm always here to help. Have a good one.

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