Invoice Emails

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  • Joe Schmoe    ( User ) 2 years ago

    When I send an Email Invoice to my clients they are confused because of the following

    FROM: Example ([email protected])

    I would like to change it to [email protected]?

    SUBJECT: Invoice

    I would like to modify this to say Invoice 55


       There is a Pay Now button that shows up but we only accept checks so it would be nice to customze this with something like please make all check payable to blah blah

    Also can I customize the name of the Invoice PDF attached to invoice-55.pdf?

    Im not sure if all these all can be customized easily or maybe Im not seeing it in the settings.


    Thank you for such a great product =]

  • Denis Duliçi    ( Admin ) 2 years ago

    Hello Joe,

    I just tried the "Send Email" button and the sender information is the one entered in the Settings > General page. From which page are you trying to send the email?

    Email Templates feature which allows you to customize subject, body etc of the email is on our to-do list.


  • Joe Schmoe    ( User ) 2 years ago

    Thanks for getting back to me so fast. Thats great news! Im super excited about the template modification thats on the roadmap. I checked the General tab and all is updated with what I want. This happens when I send an email under invoices. I installed a new instance of akaunting from scratch to test to see if something screwy happened with my current installation but im still seeing [email protected] in the FROM. Thanks for your valuable time.



  • Azimin Saini    ( User ) 1 year ago

    Hi Denis,


    I would like to change the text of the invoicing email I send to my clients. How do I go about this?


    Thank you

  • Wilson Lim    ( User ) 1 year ago

    try this:


    line 373 & 447

    Change '.time()." to '.$invoice->invoice_number.'

  • Wilson Lim    ( User ) 1 year ago

    To edit the name of the pdf file edit:


    1. $file = storage_path('app/temp/invoice_'.$invoice->invoice_number.'.pdf');

    2. $file_name = 'invoice_'.$invoice->invoice_number.'.pdf';

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