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Opening a document transmittal

Open document transmittals from an email notification or the Unread Transmittal list on the My Tasks page.

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Opening a transmittal from an email notification

  1. Open the email from your local email account (for example, Microsoft Outlook).
  2. Click on the transmittal number link in the email.
Click the link in the email
  1. You'll be prompted to log in to Aconex to view the document transmittal.
Logging into Aconex
  1. Review the details of the transmittal. You can open or save documents and files from the Attachments list, or submit documents to a workflow, as required.
Reviewing the documents in a transmittal

Opening a transmittal from the My Tasks page

  • To return to the My Tasks page after viewing a transmittal, always click the Back button. Don't use your browser's back button.
  • Your ten most recent unread transmittals are listed on the My Tasks page. Click the View All link to go to a pre-configured search that lists all your unread transmittals.
  1. Choose your project from the Project Selector at the top of the page.
Project Selector
  1. Click the Tasks button from the Module Menu, and then under View, click My Tasks.
Choosing My Tasks
  1. If required, click the Documents title to expand the list.
Expand the Documents list
  1. If required, click the Unread Transmittals To title to expand the list.
Viewing unread transmittals to
  1. In the Unread Transmittals To list, click the number of the transmittal you want to open.
Selecting a transmittal
  1. Review the details of the transmittal.
Reading the transmittal

You can open or save documents and files from the Document Attachments list.

Or click the Actions button to:

  • view transmitted versions of the attached documents in your register
  • view the latest versions of the attached documents in your register
  • start attachments into a workflow
  • submit a print request for the documents.
The Actions menu
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