(For resellers and developers only) In order to check the number of API calls created on a user plugins and other external applications every 24 hours: Go to Administrator/All Users Highlight the user and click on ‘Client/server trace’. Filter by End time. Right click on the header and select ‘Show […]
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Uniconta subscription prices based on financial line items Uniconta has three monthly price lists, which are based on how many financial line items are entered per year. View the various country websites’ main menu for price lists. For example, Denmark and the UK. Until June 2017, most Uniconta users paid for the most basic […]
Switching from a free trial period to a subscription After a free 30 day trial period, a user can choose a subscription and start paying to use Uniconta. A company can create a subscription by either: 1) contacting their reseller; 2) contacting Uniconta by sending an email to [email protected] 3) creating the subscription themselves. […]
National company numbers can be looked up in Uniconta. For example, in Denmark this is done via the CVR field. This function is available in all European countries that are part of the EU, plus Norway and Iceland.
If you would like to convert from eCtrl to Uniconta, we have a free conversion tool that ensures the secure and simple transfer of your data to Uniconta. Please contact [email protected] or a country manager here to transfer your data.
Uniconta has developed a free conversion tool that enables users to easily and securely convert to Uniconta from other financial management systems, such as Microsoft Dynamics C5, e-conomic, NAV and eCtrl/Axapta. A conversion module is now included in the Uniconta application for Windows. However, the conversion tool can also be obtained as a separate application […]
Once your accounts have been converted and imported into Uniconta, they should be checked. The following checklist can be used to ensure that your accounts have been set up correctly and that the master data is correct. Once data has been converted: Check and customise any data – Chart of Accounts, accounting, master data. Remember […]
NOTE: FOR RESELLER TESTING ONLY. NOT YET RELEASED. If you are using Dynamics NAV, we offer a free conversion tool, that ensures the secure transfer of your data to Uniconta. We recommend contacting a Uniconta reseller here, since standard conversion from NAV is not yet possible and an export object must be installed in […]
If you are using Dynamics C5, e-conomic, NAV or eCtrl, we offer a free conversion tool that ensures the easy and secure transfer of your data to Uniconta. When converting from eCtrl, please contact Uniconta support. This article explains how to convert from e-conomic to Uniconta. It is possible to export from the following e-conomic […]
Sending mail from IP-addresses If approval is required for our mail server (otherwise known as an SPF record) then the following IP address can be used: 184.108.40.206 Mail server set up Note that some mail servers have limits to the number of emails that can be sent at the same time or within a […]
Tested on Exchange 2010 server. In order to forward, for example, invoices received to an external address, such as our Uniconta scanner e-mail address ‘Email for Physical Vouchers’, the Uniconta scanner e-mail must first be set up as a ‘Mail contact’ and a ‘Forwarding Rule’ must be created in Microsoft Exchange. The unique company ‘Email […]
MacOS 10.15 Catalina does not support Uniconta for Mac Apple previously alerted its users that a system update would soon be available that would not support applications that run on over 64-bit software. Since Uniconta for Mac requires Silverlight, which is a 32-bit application this means that users who upgrade to macOS 10.15 (Catalina) will […]