No one else has jumped in so here is some info from 5 years ago.

We used Electronic Deposit for about 4-5 years then switched to
outsourcing our payroll so we don't do ED in house anymore.

As I recall we had to update (debug) the MAPICS program that created the
NACHA records because it did not add the check sums properly.  Also our
Bank was very specific as to the format of the NACHA records and the
MAPICS program was slightly out of spec.  Maybe all that has been fixed.

We just used a simple unsecured dial up PC asynch modem to dial into the
bank and drop the file off.  I'm sure today that would be unacceptable
so ask your bank for their procedures.

We had to build our own history file for the NACHA records.  MAPICS did
not have that 5 years ago.   You'll definitely need to keep them. 

That's about all I remember.   I don't think you could implement ED
without help from a programmer/consultant who was fairly good with this
type of work.


-----Original Message-----
From: mapics-l-bounces+gwenzloff=beckmfg.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:mapics-l-bounces+gwenzloff=beckmfg.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Willie J. Moore
Sent: Friday, December 09, 2005 1:01 PM
To: Midrange-Mapics (E-mail)
Subject: [MAPICS-L] Electronic Deposit Support help

We have been asked to look into direct deposit for the company I work
for. I have looked over the Mapics chapter on electronic deposit. 
I would like to hear from other user how they accomplished this and how
they set up and transmit EDI data.
Thanks for all information,
William Moore

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