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QuickBooks sales receipts posting to Bank account instead of Undeposited Funds

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We have an application which interacts with QuickBooks Enterprise 9.0. Normally, the sales receipts posted by this application post to undeposited funds, but for certain users, they post directly to the bank.

I know there isn't a setting in my application to control this, so is there one in QuickBooks that controls it?
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stlinae earned 250 total points
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My bet is that you don't have the Company Preference "Use Undeposited Funds as the default deposit to account" marked. What that allows for, is each Sales Receipt to select where it wants to be deposited to. If you mark this, Preferences>Sales & Customers>Company Preferences, then it HAS to go into undeposited funds.

If the outside app doesn't have an option, without the QB preference marked, it should then deposit into the same account as the last saved Sales Receipt went into. Make sense??
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That appeared to be it. Thanks!
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