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Include the invoice as an attachment Don’t paste your invoice into the body of the email. Instead, attach it as a downloadable PDF file. This enables your clients to save, print, or upload your invoice to their accounting software.

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In the FactBox on most cards and documents, you can attach files, add links, and write notes. For links and notes, you can also do this on the list page by first selecting the related line.

To view or change any of these attached information types, you must first open the Attachments tab in the FactBox. The number behind the tab title indicates how many attached files, links, or notes exist for the card or document.

Attachments, links, and notes stay attached as the card or document is processed into other states, such as from an ongoing sales order to a posted sales invoice. However, none of the attachment types are output from the system, for example, when printing or when saving to a file.

Note

When you partially ship and invoice a sales or purchase order, the attachment will only be attached to the final invoice of the order. Similarly, when you invoice using the Deferrals feature, the attachment is attached to the G/L entries for the document but not for the deferral entries.

If you delete an order before it is invoiced, the attachment is also removed. When you invoice purchase orders using the Get Receipt Lines action from a purchase invoice, the attachment on the purchase orders is not added to the purchase invoice.

To attach a file to a purchase invoice

You can attach any type of file, containing text, image, or video, to a card or document. This is useful, for example, when you want to store a vendor's invoice as a PDF file on the related purchase invoice in Business Central.

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Note

Files attached with the Incoming Documents feature are not included on the Attachments tab. For more information, see Incoming Documents.

The following procedure is based on a purchase invoice. The steps are similar for all other supported documents and cards.

  1. Choose the icon, enter Purchase Invoices, and then choose the related link.
  2. Open the sales order that you want to attach a file to.
  3. In the FactBox, open the Attachments tab.
  4. Choose the value behind the Documents field, such as '0'.
  5. On the Attached Documents page, in the Attachment field, choose the Select File action.
  6. Select a file from any location, and then choose the Open button.

The file is now attached to the purchase invoice.

Invoice

To view an attached file

  1. In the FactBox, open the Attachments tab.
  2. Choose the value behind the Documents field, such as '1'.
  3. On the Attached Documents page, choose the Preview action.
  4. Open the downloaded file.

To save a document as a PDF attachment

Whenever you need to save a document as a file, you can use the Attach as PDF action to capture the current document content as a PDF file attached to the FactBox of the document. This is useful, for example, when documents follow multiple steps in a process, such as a sales process or an approval workflow, and you want to refer to a printout of the previous step.

The following procedure is based on a sales order. The steps are similar for all supported documents.

  1. Choose the icon, enter Sales Orders, and then choose the related link.
  2. Select a sales order, and then choose the Attach as PDF action.

A PDF file with the current content of the sales order is added to the Attachments tab in the FactBox.

To add a link from an item card

You can add a link from a card or document to any URL or path. This is useful, for example, when you want to link an item card with the supplier's item catalog.

The following procedure is based on an item card. The steps are similar for all other supported cards and documents.

  1. Choose the icon, enter Items, and then choose the related link.

  2. Select the item that you want to add a link from, and then choose the Attachments tab in the FactBox.

  3. In the Links, choose the + icon.

  4. In the Link Address field, enter the link.

    The link must be a valid internet or intranet URL.

  5. In the Description field, enter any information about the link.

  6. Choose the OK button.

The link is now attached to the item card.

To write a note on a sales order

You can write a note on a document or card, for example, to communicate special instructions to other users of the document or card. You can include file links and URLs in notes.

Invoice Attached Email Sample

Note

Notes on the Attachments tab are not related to internal notes functionality, which is mainly used to communicate between workflow users. For more information, see Setting Up Workflow Notifications.

The following procedure is based on a sales order. The steps are similar for all other supported documents and cards.

  1. Choose the icon, enter Sales Orders, and then choose the related link.
  2. Select the sales order that you want to write a note on, and then choose the Attachments tab in the FactBox.
  3. In the Notes section, choose the + icon.
  4. In the Note field, write any text, such as 'This is an urgent order.'.
  5. Choose the OK button.

The note is now attached to the sales order.

See Also

Working with Business Central
Incoming Documents
Setting Up Workflow Notifications

Invoice Email SPAM virus removal guide

What is Invoice Email SPAM?

'Invoice Email SPAM' (also known as 'Outstanding Invoice Email SPAM') is a spam email campaign used to proliferate a high-risk trojan called TrickBot. This 'Invoice Email SPAM' shares many similarities with a number of other spam campaigns, such as (for example), eFax, Important Documents IRS, and especially HM Revenue & Customs Outstanding Amount. The text within 'Invoice Email SPAM' emails might differ, even though the delivered message is essentially identical: the user has supposedly received an invoice (via an MS Word attachment) and must pay. Be aware, however, that the attached file is malicious and designed to download and install TrickBot malware.

As mentioned, the email messages state that payments have not been submitted and encourages users to open the MS Word attachment, which contains an invoice. This is a scam. Cyber criminals attempt to trick gullible users into opening a malicious file that infects the system. The text in 'Invoice Email SPAM' campaign emails can vary, since cyber criminals register various web domains and email addresses with the names of legitimate companies and government departments. These URLs/email addresses are then used to send spam - it is easier to give the impression of legitimacy when the sender is familiar to the user. Be aware that TrickBot is high-risk malware. It hijacks web browsers and collects various logins/passwords. Collected data is sent to a remote server controlled by cyber criminals. These people can receive sensitive information (e.g., criminals might gain access to users' social networks, bank accounts, and so on). The presence of this malware can lead to significant financial loss or even identity theft. Therefore, data tracking might lead to serious privacy issues or even identity theft. If you have opened emails/attachments that belong to an 'Invoice Email SPAM' spam campaign, you should immediately scan the system with a reputable anti-virus/anti-spyware suite and remove all detected threats.

Threat Summary:
NameTrickBot trojan
Threat TypeTrojan, Password stealing virus, Banking malware, Spyware
SymptomsTrojans are designed to stealthily infiltrate victim's computer and remain silent thus no particular symptoms are clearly visible on an infected machine.
Distribution methodsInfected email attachments, malicious online advertisements, social engineering, software cracks.
DamageStolen banking information, passwords, identity theft, victim's computer added to a botnet.
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TrickBot is virtually identical to dozens of other trojan-type viruses, such as Pony, Adwind, FormBook, and many others. As with TrickBot, these viruses are also distributed using spam campaigns. In addition, their behavior is also very similar - all collect data. Some trojans are also designed to distribute other viruses (typically, ransomware). Therefore, these viruses pose a direct threat to your privacy and Internet browsing safety.

How did Invoice Email SPAM infect my computer?

'Invoice Email SPAM' comes together with malicious MS Word attachments presented as invoices. After opening these files, users are asked to enable macro commands, otherwise the content will not be displayed properly. In doing so, however, users grant permission for the attachments to run scripts that stealthily download/install malware. Note that this will only work if the attachment is opened using the MS Word program. If the file is opened using other software capable of reading these formats, the scripts will not be executed. Furthermore, the malware only targets the Windows Operating System and, thus, users who run other platforms are safe.

How to avoid installation of malware?

The main reasons for computer infections are poor knowledge and careless behavior. Therefore, pay close attention when browsing the Internet. Think twice before opening email attachments. If the file seems irrelevant or has been received from a suspicious/unrecognizable email, it should never be opened - these emails should be deleted without reading. Furthermore, some trojans are distributed using the 'bundling' method (stealth installation of rogue apps together with regular software), and fake updaters. Therefore, be cautious when downloading/installing/updating software. Carefully analyze each window of the download/installation dialogs and opt-out of all additionally-included programs. Your programs should be downloaded from official sources only, using direct download links. In addition, keep installed applications up-to-date. To achieve this, use implemented features or tools provided by the official developer only. We also strongly recommend that you have a legitimate anti-virus/anti-spyware suite installed and running. More recent versions (2010 and above) of MS Office open newly-downloaded files in 'Protected Mode', thereby preventing malicious attachments from downloading/installing malware. Therefore, you are strongly advised to avoid using old versions. The key to computer safety is caution. If you have already opened an 'Invoice Email SPAM' attachment, we recommend running a scan with Combo Cleaner Antivirus for Windows to automatically eliminate infiltrated malware.

Examples of messages presented in various 'Invoice Email SPAM' email messages:

Subject: RE: Outstanding INVOICE BIA/066250/5423
The invoices came to us very late. Both are enclosed in attachement.
hxxp://www.perezdearceycia.cl/
[email protected]

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Subject: INCORRECT INVOICE
We are waiting for the confirmation from your side so that we can send you the Invoice & Credit card link to process the payment and start the services. If you have any queries, please feel free to contact us. We hope for a positive reply.
hxxp://cqfsbj.cn/
This message is confidential and/or contains legally privileged information. It is intended for the addressees only.
[email protected]

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Subject: Outstanding INVOICE XOJR/7763411/6403
We have not received payment or an update on when the overdue invoices will be paid. Our payment terms are strictly 30 days. Please let me know when these invoices will be paid. Please see below the list of overdue invoices:
hxxp://minami.com.tw/
Regards
Priyanka Kapadia

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Subject: Outstanding INVOICE FQOVN/2773110/730
Please see below the list of overdue invoices, of which 223.00 euro is due since last month. Can you please advise when payment will be made.
hxxp://www.legionofboomfireworks.com/
This message is confidential and/or contains legally privileged information. It is intended for the addressees only.
Thanks
Kira Holden

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Subject: Invoice Number 55057
Last one year we started to charge for CRB check. They pay us first and we apply for CRB. =0DI do not have invoices.
hxxp://www.caglarturizm.com.tr/
Kind Regards,
andy

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Subject: Final Account
Please find attached your confirmation documents. What you need to do Urgently Print off, sign and scan/send back the full proposal form within 7 days
hxxp://www.jxprint.ru/
Many Thanks
CYNTHIA HARRY

Malicious attachment distributed via 'Invoice Email SPAM' campaign:

Example of yet another invoice-themed spam email delivered in Portuguese language:

Text presented within:

Subject: Estimado Cliente Pingo Doce - Segue em anexo a sua Fatura Eletronica. - ( 685809856280 )

Prezado (a) [email protected] ,

Segue em anexo a sua Fatura Eletronica.

Anexo: NFe-311502664715151006891154.PDF

Envio automatico, Favor nao Responder
Atenciosamente,
DPC Pingo Doce
Lisboa, Portugal 21 380 8520
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16/09/2020 09:41:16

Another invoice-themed spam email used to spread a malicious MS Excel document:

Text presented within:

Subject: Invoice 523389

Invoice Due:11/02/2020
523389 Amount Due: $1,860.00

Dear Customer:

Your PAST DUE invoice is attached. Please remit payment at your earliest convenience

Thank you for your business - we appreciate it very much.

Invoice Attached

Sincerely,
Accounts Payable

Screenshot of the attached malicious MS Excel document:

Example of yet another invoice-themed spam email used to spread a malicious MS Excel document which injects Dridex malware into the system:

Text presented within:

Subject: Electronic Invoice (#00332731)

Per your request, here is the invoice you have asked to be sent via email. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 800-485-1863

Screenshot of the attached MS Excel document:

Yet another invoice-themed spam email used to spread a malicious .IMG file (the links within lead to the download of said file):

Text presented within:

Subject: INV-209734564

Good Day
Please see attached Invoice.
For any other concern, please inform me.
Thanks.
Best Regards,
Ellen Maralit
Procurement Specialist
Sodexo On-Site Services, Inc.
Tel: (2) 499-4356
Mobile: 9167781908
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Yet another invoice-themed spam email used to spread a malicious MS Excel document which injects Dridex malware into the system:

Text presented within:

Subject: Invoice 093090

Invoice
Due:12/2/2020
093090
Amount Due: $1,940.00
Dear Customer:

Your invoice-093090 for $1,940.00 is attached.
We accept cash, check or ACH transfer per this invoice with INTUIT.
If you wish to pay by credit card, please contact our office.
A processing fee of 3.5% will be added to this invoice amount. Please remit payment at your earliest convenience.

Thank you for your business - we appreciate it very much.

Sincerely,

HEAD Office
919-36-0288

Screenshot of the attached MS Excel document:

Yet another variant of invoice-themed spam email:

Text presented within:

Invoice Attached Email Scam

Subject: Invoice 9170

Invoice Due:01/12/2021
9170
Amount Due: $1,440.00
Dear Customer:

Your invoice is attached. Please remit payment at your earliest convenience.

There is a 3% credit/debit card processing fee for all transactions.
If wanting to pay by credit/debit card, please respond to this email or call our office and we will forward a link for on-line processing.

Thank you for your business - we appreciate it very much.

808-245-4405
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Invoice Attached

How to remove malware manually?

Manual malware removal is a complicated task - usually it is best to allow antivirus or anti-malware programs to do this automatically. To remove this malware we recommend using Combo Cleaner Antivirus for Windows. If you wish to remove malware manually, the first step is to identify the name of the malware that you are trying to remove. Here is an example of a suspicious program running on a user's computer:

If you checked the list of programs running on your computer, for example using task manager, and identified a program that seems suspicious, you should continue with these steps:

Download a program called Autoruns. This program shows auto-start applications, Registry, and file system locations:

Restart your computer into Safe Mode:

Windows XP and Windows 7 users: Start your computer in Safe Mode. Click Start, click Shut Down, click Restart, click OK. During your computer start process, press the F8 key on your keyboard multiple times until you see the Windows Advanced Option menu, and then select Safe Mode with Networking from the list.

Video showing how to start Windows 7 in 'Safe Mode with Networking':

Windows 8 users: Start Windows 8 is Safe Mode with Networking - Go to Windows 8 Start Screen, type Advanced, in the search results select Settings. Click Advanced startup options, in the opened 'General PC Settings' window, select Advanced startup. Click the 'Restart now' button. Your computer will now restart into the 'Advanced Startup options menu'. Click the 'Troubleshoot' button, and then click the 'Advanced options' button. In the advanced option screen, click 'Startup settings'. Click the 'Restart' button. Your PC will restart into the Startup Settings screen. Press F5 to boot in Safe Mode with Networking.

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Windows 10 users: Click the Windows logo and select the Power icon. In the opened menu click 'Restart' while holding 'Shift' button on your keyboard. In the 'choose an option' window click on the 'Troubleshoot', next select 'Advanced options'. In the advanced options menu select 'Startup Settings' and click on the 'Restart' button. In the following window you should click the 'F5' button on your keyboard. This will restart your operating system in safe mode with networking.

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Extract the downloaded archive and run the Autoruns.exe file.

In the Autoruns application, click 'Options' at the top and uncheck the 'Hide Empty Locations' and 'Hide Windows Entries' options. After this procedure, click the 'Refresh' icon.

Check the list provided by the Autoruns application and locate the malware file that you want to eliminate.

You should write down its full path and name. Note that some malware hides process names under legitimate Windows process names. At this stage, it is very important to avoid removing system files. After you locate the suspicious program you wish to remove, right click your mouse over its name and choose 'Delete'.

After removing the malware through the Autoruns application (this ensures that the malware will not run automatically on the next system startup), you should search for the malware name on your computer. Be sure to enable hidden files and folders before proceeding. If you find the filename of the malware, remove it.

Reboot your computer in normal mode. Following these steps should remove any malware from your computer. Note that manual threat removal requires advanced computer skills. If you do not have these skills, leave malware removal to antivirus and anti-malware programs. These steps might not work with advanced malware infections. As always it is best to prevent infection than try to remove malware later. To keep your computer safe, install the latest operating system updates and use antivirus software.

To be sure your computer is free of malware infections we recommend scanning it with Combo Cleaner Antivirus for Windows.