If you would like to capture additional information on an invoice, so you have it there for future reference or to send to a partner when you are capturing Orders, a good place to put it as a Line Item on the Invoice. Line Item Descriptions have always been customized for such things as private label goods or product variations that are available from the vendor, but there is nothing to say we can't make available any kind of detail about the order that could be helpful.
The checkbox originally called "Paid" has been renamed "Issued" in an effort to reduce confusion with the Payment Entry screen, to which Issued is unrelated.
Functionality has been added to the Invoices in MRSware to designate them as Issued or Not-Issued. The intended use of this checkbox is to indicate the state of an invoice for those Users who may do any of the following:
This checkbox is simply an indicator for the User, so that they can differentiate a group of invoices from the others. Such as, "the Invoices with the Issued box not checked are ones that are waiting for confirmation from the vendor; when I get confirmation, I check the Issued box".
Lately we have been getting a lot of questions about the passwords in MRSware. There are three different places where passwords are used in MRSware.
Why do we deliver email to the Spam folder? Because the filtering is never going to be 100% accurate. If we didn't have a Spam folder, we would have no way to recover those messages that are not really spam.
Why when I use the Blocked Senders List to block an address or domain does it still continue to go to the Spam folder? Mistakes are made (quite often), and without the Spam folder there would be no way to recover those emails that were mistakenly blocked.
So we need that darn Spam folder, but it is indeed a productivity drain to have everyone in the company reviewing their spam folder all the time, especially since lots of the spam we all receive is sent to everyone in the company -- the same spam message, multiple mailboxes. What do we do to get back to productive time with email?
We introduce the company-wide spam folder, the Spam Filter Portal. This pre-delivery filtering holds all of the most egregious spam messages from being delivered to each User's Mailbox, in a central place where one, assigned person at each company can review and release any messages that were caught in error.
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