After you e-file, the files go to Intuit, which sends them to the IRS and the states.
While looking at the EF Home Base, see EF Status column. It will say there, in order, 1) Sent to Intuit, 2) Received by Intuit, 3) Sent to State, 4) Received by state, 5) Return accepted. (I think, or something like that.)
You can also click on an accepted return in the Accepted tab of the EF Home Base, press F12 and get a report like an e-file Client Status History.
Is this what you want?
Not really. Proseries system just started e-filing KY this year. Inside the state module is a local return and a tangible property return. These last two go to different agencies. The system however would not allow the state to be sent until any errors within the local or tangible were fixed. I was wondering if the system was smart enough to be handling those auxiliary returns. I called the agencies and founds out it wasn't that smart. I was hoping to get a view of what exactly the state was receiving in the electronic file.