Microsoft Money Import using QIF file fails

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Re: Microsoft Money Import using QIF file fails

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OK

Seems time to register the bug
https://github.com/moneymanagerex/moneymanagerex/issues
and generate QIF file with random data.
May be ubing Python script?
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Re: Microsoft Money Import using QIF file fails

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I had a similar problem - large QIF file exported from Quicken, crash on import into MMEx. Found the issue - not the size, but one record had a pound sign £ in the memo field. When I removed that the import was fine
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Re: Microsoft Money Import using QIF file fails

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Could you try to change QIF file encoding to UTF8?
Related bug:
https://github.com/moneymanagerex/money ... ssues/2751
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Re: Microsoft Money Import using QIF file fails

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Nikolay wrote: Tue Dec 22, 2020 8:29 am Could you try to change QIF file encoding to UTF8?
The import with the £ sign in it now imports correctly in version 1.5.3 64-bit with the default encoding
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Re: Microsoft Money Import using QIF file fails

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Thanks for the feedback
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