ofx direct connect
warlord at MIT.EDU
Fri Oct 27 19:52:13 EDT 2006
That's nice, but I think the user was asking specifically about
OFX Direct Connect, not OFX "Web Connect" (which is what you
just described). Could a Quicken user contact BofA directly
or would they have to do the same "go to website and click on
download in Firefox/IE" steps? I think the original question
was about the application contacting the BofA servers directly
via Direct Connect....
Quoting "Lincoln A. Baxter" <lab at lincolnbaxter.com>:
> I am a Bank of America associate (employee) and user of QFX (files) from
> BAC's OnLine Banking website, with Firefox.
> Use Firefox to download a the QFX (by clicking the Quicken link), then
> save as some file name, and use QFX import from the file menu of GnuCash
> to import into GnuCash. Works great.
> On Fri, 2006-10-27 at 14:37 -0700, Jacob Church wrote:
>> Does anyone use direct connect for washington mutual, bank of america, or
>> hsbc? If so, where did you get the information to connect to their servers?
>> Also, I was wondering if anyone could recommend banks in the US that share
>> this information and/or let you connect for free.
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