Automatic Bank Import

Chris Spencer gmane.20.evilspam at
Mon Jun 12 21:28:01 EDT 2006

Derek Atkins wrote:
> Quoting Chris Spencer <gmane.20.evilspam at>:
>> Elizabeth Dodd wrote:
>>> On Tuesday 13 June 2006 08:29, Chris Spencer wrote:
>>>> That's unfortunate. Without some ability to automate the mundane
>>>> information entry aspect, Gnucash is going to be far more trouble than
>>>> it's worth. However, thanks for answering my questions.
>>> Do you mean transferring old account information or entering new?
>> Mostly the later. Manually retrieving a file of all my credit/debit
>> transactions on a daily/weekly/monthly basis shouldn't be necessary.
>> Granted, syncing with the myriad banking websites is no trivial task,
>> even if they do allow you to export your data.
> Does your bank support OFX?  If so, you might want to use OFX Direct
> Connect instead of manually downloading the file from their website.

I'm currently with PNC, and it's not clear if they do, although it looks 
like they support Quicken and Intuit says PNC supports "Direct Connect". 
How do you find out if you bank supports QFX, and how do you take 
advantage of it if they do? I don't see any way to get a QFX file to import.


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