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I’ll look forward to the update details Richard 🙂
btw I couldn’t update the post with what I did in my scenario as it thought I was a bot
p.s. I’m not averse to using different domains for each business. I could set si_preferences.pref_id to 1 and pref_description = “Invoices” within each domain…if that’s how it should work? 🙂
Thanks for coming back, I think I follow that but I’m unsure how that will work in my case as I have 12 records in si_preferences.
I have three businesses in the database and over the years I have created a few invoice types to distinguish between such as monthly service charges and one-off invoices. The record in si_preferences where pref_id == 1 seems to relate to my sole trader business which doesn’t do much these days whereas pref_id == 7 and == 9 relate to most of my invoicing transactions.
Should I set all of the si_invoices records to last_activity_date to “2020-01-02 00:00:00” and the aging_date to “2020-01-01 00:00:00”? Would that cause all invoice types to be triggered for owing and aging?
I’m sorted now.
I did hack /modules/invoices/email.php and
saving the hacked files in
Dear ‘.$customer[‘attention’].’,<br><br>’.$_POST[’email_notes’].'<br><br>Kind regards<br><p>etc etc</p>’);
Note that /custom/… overrides /modules/…
- This reply was modified 3 years ago by topsquirrel. Reason: code section got cut up by quotes