This shows all the emails that have been created for each specification that has been processed.
The list can be categorized into groups (see below).
Additional information about each email is displayed in the following columns:
The Emails list can be be filtered by using the filter at the top of the list.
Please see the topic How To Use Filters for more advanced filtering information.
Please see Import Specifications for more information.
Various actions can be performed on the emails in the Email List by using the Command Bar buttons.
This shows the details of an email that has been sent or has tried to send. If the email did not send then the details can be edited until it sends.
Select an email and click the Delete Email button to delete the email.
This resets the number of failed attempts to send an email.
To view newly created emails click the Refresh List button.
The Show Groups button will categorize the emails in to Completed, Pending and Failed.
This toggles the display of the emails that were successfully sent.
This toggles the display of the emails that are pending.
This toggles the display of the emails that cannot be sent.
Emails can be filtered using the filter box above the email list.
Please see How To: Use Filters for more information.
The Emails list can be sorted by clicking the column headers.
Clicking either of these columns will sort the Emails by date within the Group (Completed, Pending or Failed) the email belongs.
Any email in the Emails list can be opened to view the email as it was created, including the body of the email.
To edit an email:
Attachments that cannot be found are displayed with a red cross in the Attachments list.
The path and filename of an attachment can be edited by clicking in the Path field and typing a valid path or filename.
Attachments can be deleted by selecting the row of the attachment and pressing the Delete key on the keyboard.
New attachments can be added by selecting the empty row and entering the name and location in the Path field.
Right clicking on an emails attachment will display a context menu:
To send emails Autopilot must be started.
DriveWorks Autopilot must also be configured to send Emails, see Email Settings for Autopilot for more information.
DriveWorks Quick Tips
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