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How do I create a quote myself?

Tutorial / Order / For version: 7

You can easily create a quote yourself in the order process. To do so, use the order link:

For Automatic Email Manager annual subscription: https://secure.shareit.com/shareit/checkout.html?PRODUCT[300369359]=1

For Automatic Email Manager Perpetual license: https://secure.shareit.com/shareit/checkout.html?PRODUCT[300801025]=1

Set the quantity, enter the required data in the order form and select your preferred payment type. As usual, you can review all of the information you entered again on the confirmation page. Then, instead of completing the order using the button at the bottom of the confirmation page, click the "Save as quote only" link

Our eCommerce provider ShareIT will then process the information you entered and send you an e-mail confirmation. This e-mail contains your quote details, a link to the login page of the "My Account" area in the Customer Care Center and a PDF attachment with the non-binding quote.
You now have 14 days to review and edit the quote in the "My Account" area in the Customer Care Center. Log in with your user ID and password and click the 'Quote overview' tab. There you will find an overview of your quotes where you can view the details, delete the quote or order the products in the respective quote by clicking 'Process as order'. You will then be redirected to the order process automatically via a secure connection.

As you have already entered your information, we can process your order immediately. A description of the subsequent steps is given in the answer to the question 'What will happen after I place my order online?'

If you do not place an order within 14 days, the quote will be deleted automatically after this 14-day period.

Note: If you do not see the option for creating your own quote on the order pages, then unfortunately the publisher does not offer this option.

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Information: quote - Updated the Thursday, December 6, 2018