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Easily Create & Transmit ACH Files

Once transactions have been imported (or added manually), from the Home Page, click on the 'Create File' icon.   

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The Create File screen (below) will be displayed.

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A dialog box will appear asking if you wish to view the created file. Click 'Yes' to view the file. Note: You can always view the file later.

The file creation is now complete.

 

Transmitting the File

There are five choices available as transmission method. To change the transmission method go to the Settings tab then select 'Transmission Options'.

The method you use is based primarily on how your bank requires the file to be transmitted and secondarily, on your company's policies regarding electronic fund transfers.

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Methods

None

The Bank Positive Pay file will be created and archived, but it will not be transmitted.  You must transmit the file manually.

FTP

After creation, Bank Positive Pay will transmit the file to the FTP server you specify.  This should be your bank's FTP server.  Contact your bank for information on their requirements.

SSH - FTP

 

Web Upload

After creation, Bank Positive Pay will transmit the file to the SFTP server you specify.  This should be your bank's SFTP server.  Contact your bank for information on their requirements and to obtain your banks public key.

After creation, your default Internet browser will be started to a specified web page that corresponds to your bank's upload portal.  Upload the created file.

Email

Bank Positive Pay will email the created file as an attachment to the email addresses specified.  This method is not recommended as it is unsecured.

Other

For backward compatibility only.  Used to transmit the file using modem commands.

By default, Bank Positive Pay will use 'Web Upload' and load a generic page on the Treasury Software website.  See the article on 'Changing File Transmission Method' to set up the transmission method as required by your bank.

 

 

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