Can I set a select set of customers to receive their MemTX invoices via email rather than printing and posting?

We are using QB Desktop 2019 Pro.

We usually have a series of MemTXs set up to automatically post invoices and then I usually print them off and post out.

However we have a few customers requesting their invoices are emailed to them.

Is there a way for when a MemTX is automatically posted for those selected customers their invoices are then "waiting to be emailed" rather than "invoices waiting to be printed"?


Thanks for visiting the Intuit Community, ian.chilvers,

At this time, able to set a select set of customers to receive their MemTX invoices via email rather than printing and posting is unavailable.

We can see how this feature would be useful in the system but I will forward this request to our product engineers so they may consider this for future upgrades.

If this feature is necessary for your business, let our product engineers know.

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I'm looking forward to seeing this feature in the next update release. If there’s anything else I can do for you concerning your QuickBooks Desktop account, please let me know. Have a great day!

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