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Send the FatturaPA

The file having been prepared, signed and named following the rules provided for, can now be sent to the Exchange System.
Five different transmission channels are envisaged to send a file:

Sending by Certified Electronic Mail (CEM)

Certified Electronic Mail (CEM, PEC in italian) is an electronic mail system which:

  • guarantees that messages and any attached documents are sent and received,
  • attests, with legal validity, that messages have been sent and received in the same way as a registered letter with recorded delivery.

Anyone with a Certified Electronic Mailbox may send CEM.
To request a CEM mailbox, contact one of the providers found in the public list of Certified Electronic Mail provider published on the DigitPA website.

Use of the CEM channel does not presuppose any kind of prior accreditation with the Exchange System.

FatturaPA files and archive files must be sent as attachments to the CEM message.

The CEM address to which to allocate the file is: sdi01@pec.fatturapa.it.

The message, including its attachment, must not be larger than 30 megabytes. If this size limit is not observed, transmission cannot be guaranteed.

Subjects using the CEM channel will receive, in the CEM mailbox from which they made the transmission, the message files produced by the ES relating to their transmission.

NB: with the first reply, error notice or delivery receipt message, the System communicates the CEM address to the transmitter to be used for any subsequent transmissions.
The use of a different CEM address from the one assigned by the ES does not guarantee that the FatturaPA file will be successfully received.

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Sending via the web

Through this site, you can use an application to send a FatturaPA file or an archive file to the Exchange Systems via a web interface. To access the application, you must hold Entratel or Fisconline credentials or have a National Services Card (NSC, CNS in italian) enabled for the Revenue Agency's online services

Files sent using this method must not be larger than 5 megabytes

Whoever uses the Web channel to send files can view the message files relating to their transmission using the Monitor the FatturaPA application which is available in the Tools section.

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Sending via the SDICoop - transmission Service

The SDICoop - transmission Service is available to anyone who wants to send FatturaPA files and receive message files using the cooperation services application (web-services).

To make use of this transmission channel, you must register with the Exchange System via the Register the channel application available in the Tools section of this website.

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Sending via the SDIFTP Service

The SDIFTP Service is available to anyone who wants to send FatturaPA files and receive message files using a data transfer method via FTP (File Transfer Protocol ).
LUsing this method assumes a structure that supports the ICT activities and the ability to manage information systems and a data processing centre with continuity and supervisory personnel available; it is suited therefore to those parties handling high volumes of invoices.

To make use of this transmission channel, you must register with the Exchange System via the Register the channel application available in the Tools section of this website

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Sending via the SPCoop-transmission Service

The SPCCoop - transmission Service is available to anyone who wants to send FatturaPA files e ricevere i message files using the cooperation services application (web-services) via the Public Connectivity System (PCS, SPC in italian) in accordance with the methods defined by DigitPA.

To make use of this transmission channel, you must register with the Exchange System via the Register the channel application available in the Tools section of this website

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