Each portal already contains default ordering conditions. These can be used as a basis for orders from your portal, are considered ‘master’ conditions when new order conditions are added and are globally valid for all portals that are created. However, it is useful to create individual order conditions for your customer groups.
The ‘example customer order conditions’ will give an impression of the possible configurations for individualised order conditions. These order conditions are local, meaning they are only valid for this particular portal.
It is important to define an email recipient for orders from the portal. This should be one of your email addresses (as the portal operator) where order confirmations can be sent to. Multiple recipients can be entered by separating these addresses with a semicolon.
You can also define an email recipient for price enquiries from your portal. This is your (the portal operator’s) email address where price enquiries can be sent to. Multiple recipients can be entered by separating these addresses with a semicolon.
If you do not specify an email recipient for orders or price enquiries, then the order confirmation/price enquiry is automatically sent to all employees/users with a platform selling right.