• Sent

    The ‘Sent items’ screen displays copies of:

    • messages sent to the Tax Office
    • refund and transfer requests
    • online forms, including submitted private ruling applications, objections and further information, and
    • messages allocated to other users.

    The following details are displayed for each sent message.

    • Sent – the date the message was sent.
    • Client – the name of the client.
    • Subject – the subject of the message.
    • To – the possible recipients are:
      • the Tax Office, or
      • another practice user.

    The messages can be sorted by each field by selecting the header link.

    For each message, you can:

    • select the message link to view a sent item
    • view a printer friendly version of the page, and
    • delete one or more items in the list.

    If you view a sent item, there are only two possible statuses:

    • ‘Sent’, or
    • ‘Allocated’.

    You can only reply to a viewed message from your inbox. You will not be able to reply to a message viewed from your ‘Sent items’.

    For more information, refer to the ‘View a message’ and ‘Delete a message’ sections in Mail – further information

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