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Instructions and Help about Email Download
You don’t have to edit your documents using one software, and send them out using another. You can email your PDFs directly from pdfFiller. If you edit and email a dozen documents a day, pdfFiller might save you a lot of time. When you finish editing a PDF document, click the Done button and select Email / SMS from the drop-down menu.
Alternatively, select the document in MY DOCS and click Email / SMS in the right pane.
Add recipients and write them a message. You can send yourself a copy of the document.
You can send the entire document or only some pages. Select the pages you want to send in the page preview pane, use Select All and Unselect All buttons. In addition, you can change document’s properties such as page orientation, paper size and quality. Click Settings, make your choice and press OK. Finally, press the orange Send Email button in the top right corner of the page. The recipients will receive your email with a link to the document on pdfFiller; they will not be able to edit the document but will be able to save, print, send, and fax it.
To learn more about emailing documents using pdfFiller, watch the following video:
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When you send a document via email or SMS, recipients will receive a link to the document and a security pin to download it. No pdfFiller account is required to access the document, and it will either be downloaded directly to the recipient's computer, or opened in their mobile device browser.
You can also check the status of sent documents by navigating to MyForms > Sent [and History] > Sent pMail/Email/SMS.
Links to documents sent via email or SMS remain active for 30 days from the date the document was sent, and recipients can access downloaded documents until they choose to delete them.
Received pMail messages and documents can be found in MyForms > InBox > Received pMail. Received email and SMS messages will only be available in your email inbox or on devices associated with your mobile phone number, respectively, and cannot be accessed once deleted.
If a document sent via SMS has not been received, check your sent folder to ensure that the mobile phone number has been entered properly. Also please note there can be delays in SMS delivery for various reasons. If the SMS has not been received after 10 minutes, try sending it again.
If you continue to experience issues, use the form to the right to contact pdfFiller support.