What is Batchbox?

Batchbox is an e-mail forwarding address that's unique to your Batchbook account. Your Batchbox e-mail address lives both on the main Communications tab and in Your Account, under the E-mail Settings tab. When you e-mail your Batchbox address, a communication is logged in Batchbook and, when possible, associated with the correct contact(s).

Here are the kinds of e-mails that you can send to Batchbox:

Send a new e-mail To: a contact (or a list of contacts) and Bcc: Batchbox.
This will create an e-mail From: you To: your contact (or contacts) in your Batchbook account. If the contacts don't exist in Batchbook, then we'll create them for you.

Forward an e-mail to Batchbox.
This will create an e-mail in your Batchbook account, and the To: and From: contacts will be pulled from the header of the forwarded e-mail. If the contacts don't exist in Batchbook, then we'll create them for you.

Send a new e-mail directly To: Batchbox (no other contacts are Cc'ed and the e-mail is not a forward).
This will create a note from you in your Batchbook account.

Send a new e-mail directly To: Batchbox and enter a formatted TODO subject line.
This will create a To-Do assigned to you in your account.