There's a possibility to import document content via email by using our function called Email document import that is listed under integrations. To do this, navigate to Email document import and click connect:

A new modal opens up and shows you which emails you should send to, to import document content to GetAccept.

Use the first email if you're sending from an email that has a registered GetAccept user account (if the user is active on multiple entities, it will default to the entity where the user was first added). If you want another entity to be chosen, please select the second email to send to (this email address is unique for each user AND entity):

All done with the setup within GetAccept. Now you need to compose an email. The simplest way of doing this is just sending an email with a subject and an attached file (same filetypes supported as in GetAccept), this document will then end up in draft with the document uploaded.

If your needs are a bit more advanced (or if you're doing this via Zapier/Power Automate) you can also add json information to the email body in the following fashion:

{"name":"test4","type":"sales","value":"7276","recipients":[{"email":"jane.doe@company.com","first_name":"jane","last_name":"doe","mobile":"","role":"signer","company_name":"company"}],"is_signing":false,"is_sms":false,"is_automatic_sending":true}


is_automatic_sending controls whether the document should be sent automatically, or if it should be created as a draft in GetAccept. In order to successfully send a document automatically, you also need to add at least one recipient.

If you have more specific needs, please look at our API documentation for a more advanced request.

Please note that if you do not supply this json, the document created in GetAccept will have the following properties:

{"name":"EMAIL SUBJECT,"type":"sales","value":"0","is_signing":false,"is_sms":false,"is_automatic_sending":false}
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