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IAT Functionality with ACH

Has anyone implemented the OSS notes (1343600 and 1362993) related to IAT which becomes effective 9/18/09?

Any idea if there is going to be a flag or switch on IT0009 or IT0194 to indicate the account is one which requires an IAT transaction code vs a normal ACH?

http://www.nacha.org/ACH_Rules/ach_rules.htm

http://www.nacha.org/IAT_Industry_Information/

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    Posted on Nov 02, 2009 at 11:54 PM

    We implemented IAT functionality by creating a new payment method.

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    Posted on Apr 13, 2010 at 04:57 PM

    I would advise on creating a new payment method - the change is does not affect RFFOUS_T it's self. You must use the new format that you created via OSS notes.

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      HI Experts,

      We are planning to implement IAT ACH format soon. I have gone throught the Notes and SDN threads on this topic. Currently we are using CTX format. We also want these two formats side by side. Is there any to differentiate IAT vendors there by system picks only IAT fromat for these vendors.

      Thanks & Regards,

      Radha Krishna

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