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Send Delivery/Resend Delivery Popup

Send Delivery/Resend Delivery Popup

The Send Delivery popup box gives you a chance to review the information about a delivery before you send (or cancel ) it. The Resend Delivery popup box gives you the same information about a delivery before you resend (or cancel) it. With one exception, the two popup boxes are identical: the # of failed vehicles only appears on the Resend Delivery popup, not the Send Delivery popup.

Subject (of a delivery)
The name of the delivery.
Description (of delivery)
Optional text to add more information about the delivery than what is specified in the Subject field.
Delivery Method or Delivery Options
When you create a delivery you specify how you want the file to be delivered. For example, you can specify that you do not want the file sent unless Wi-Fi is available. You cannot edit the delivery method for an existing delivery.
File Name (of delivery)
The file to be delivered.
File Description
Text to describe the file you are sending for this delivery.
Category (of delivery)
A way to subdivide your deliveries by general content or purpose. Examples: Safety, Company Announcement, Payroll.
# of Groups
The number of groups specified to receive this delivery.
# of Vehicles
The number of vehicles specified to receive this delivery.
# of Failed Vehicles
The number of vehicles that failed to receive the delivery in previous send attempts.


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