How can I see if I emailed something through Quickbooks Point of Sale? If I want to prove that I sent a purchase order or a receipt??


You can go to your Microsoft Outlook's sent folder, jeannie.

The purchase order and receipt that you'll send to your customers will be an attachment to an email. Just go to your Microsoft Outlook's sent items to trace the purchase orders and receipts.

Point of Sale will automatically link to your email application if it is properly set up. Other than Sales Receipts and Purchase Orders, here are the documents you can email directly from Point of Sale:

  • Sales Orders
  • Layaways
  • Work Orders

For a documented guide on this, check this article: QuickBooks Desktop Point of Sale User Guide

Stay in touch if there's anything else that I can help by leaving a comment below. I'm always here to assist. Take care and have a great rest of the day.

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