OFXIE12007 Microsoft Money 2007 Unable to Connect Error

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Another possible problem for Microsoft Money 2007 users in Windows Vista is failure of online updates. When users try to update bank accounts or update quotes, news and exchange rates, or MSN Money My Account Updates, the “Update quotes and other Web info” or “Update account information” or “Processing Service Updates” window will appear to hang forever and never download any updated info. The following error message will appear.

Money was unable to contact the Internet, banking, or brokerage server because the server name was not recognized. Click connection settings in the tools menu and verify that your internet settings are configured correctly. (OFXIE12007)

User may also see the following message:

Money was unable to connect to the online quotes server. Check your internet connection and try the operation again.

Weird thing is that you can connect to Internet properly using web browser such as IE7 and Firefox.

To solve the unable to update problem in Money 2007 installed on Vista, try to enable SSL2 protocol and assign certain Microsoft Money related sites to Trusted Sites. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Launch Windows Internet Explorer 7.
  2. Click on Tools -> Internet Options, then go to Advanced tab.
  3. Scroll to bottom of the advanced settings list, and select (check) the “Use SSL 2.0” option.
  4. Try if online updates work, if not, continue with following suggestion.
  5. Go to Security tab (also under Tools -> Internet Options), and then select “Trusted Sites”.
  6. Click on Sites button.
  7. In the Trusted sites list window, uncheck “Require server verification (https) for all sites in this zone.” setting.
  8. Add the following sites one by one by input them in “Add this website to the zone” text box, and then click Add button:

    moneycentral.msn.com
    fdl.microsoft.com
    passport.com
    passport.net
    login.live.com
    g.msn.com
    money://

  9. Click Close button when done, followed by OK.

By | 2016-12-09T08:40:06+00:00 December 9th, 2016|Categories: Personal Finance|Tags: |0 Comments

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