Electronic Banking (UK)

It shouldn't be too hard to write a customization or BPM to accomplish
this, if you have the format.

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On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 10:39 AM, roger.clark88 <roger.clark@...
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> Hello All, This mainly applies to UK users. Does anybody know if it is
> possible to output a payment file in UK bank format (e.g. Barclays,
> Natwest, HSBC etc.)? In the past we have output the "genericpayments" file
> (i.e. the ".p" filet) to Excel then re-formatted there, since our technical
> people told us that the .p file could not be changed. Our method is pretty
> amateurish. Given the UK user base and the relatively few number of UK
> banks, it seems that somebody must have a better solution than ours.
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Hello All, This mainly applies to UK users. Does anybody know if it is possible to output a payment file in UK bank format (e.g. Barclays, Natwest, HSBC etc.)? In the past we have output the "genericpayments" file (i.e. the ".p" filet) to Excel then re-formatted there, since our technical people told us that the .p file could not be changed. Our method is pretty amateurish. Given the UK user base and the relatively few number of UK banks, it seems that somebody must have a better solution than ours.