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Electronic Banking / ACH file control

Electronic Banking / ACH file control

Electronic Banking / ACH file control

We are currently using ES 9.6.300 electronic banking for ACH payments to our vendors. We have been doing so for about 6 months now, and all has been going well. Now one of the vendors would like their payments by ACH into their savings account. Not a checking account. Does anyone know where in ES I can set the transaction code that tells the ACH file savings account not checking account? The code does change on the ACH file when running a pre-note and when running a transaction. But I assumed that is because they are ran under different processes. It also changes between credit and debit type transactions when processing payments. I can get all of the checking code numbers to work through AP transactions.

According to my format specs. It is a 2 digit code in the ACH file right before the depositing account number on the entry detail record.
For Checking accounts
• 22 = credit
• 23 = pre note credit
• 27 = debit
• 28 = pre note debit

For Savings Accounts
• 32 = credit
• 33 = pre note credit
• 37 = debit
• 38 = pre note debit
I can only think of changing the ACH file by hand so that the ACH transmission would work. Any help would be great! Thanks.

Valve Gal
Macola ES 9.6.300

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