SSH requires the Corporate/Enterprise edition.
You can use SSH-SFTP to automatically transmit a file to your bank.
What is SSH (Secure Shell)?
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) enables the automated transmission of a file over the Internet. However, FTP by itself offers no encryption.
By adding SSH, we encrypt the tunnel between the two computers, making it a secure transmission.
1. Create your Public and Private keys (if you don't have any). [See "Creating SSH Keys"]
2. Exchange Public keys with your bank: You will send them your Public key; they will send you their Public key.
3. Complete the SSH setup in Treasury Software. [See "SSH Setup"]
All SSH functions, including key creation and setup - can be accessed from Settings > Transmission Options > Transmission Method > SSH Settings (see below).
Note: Right Networks clients
You must contact Right Networks with your bank's IP address (not a URL).