Insert FX on the channel are recorded, so you did right to disable them. Killawatz did say ‘send effect’ and these aren’t mixed in because they’re on a different channel but Insert FX are applied.
I’m assuming this all went smoothly by now for the OP, but just a couple of things to say for future readers:
It’s always worthwhile sending a small test project to the mix person to make sure it imports. For example, I sent a test OMF to a well respected producer recently and he was using such an old PT version he didn’t have OMF import!
The other thing to mention is that my chosen method of transfer is to bounce the audio clips in the project, rename them to make them easy to find, then pull them directly from the Audio folder and send them off. While doing this, I set the project settings to 24 bit usually (for best compatibility) and Broadcast Wav Files. The latter format encodes the timeline clip position in the file so they can be spotted into place in PT.
Hoho, and finally, don’t front up at the studio with a stick and expect the project to be up and running in 5 seconds… It could take PT a long while to import/convert the audio. The time taken depends on the project size, for example a recent live gig with 24 tracks took about 45 mins to import. Have a cuppa!