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Bookkeeping – Having datafiles in Dropbox – Will it work?

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Bookkeeping – Having datafiles in Dropbox – Will it work?

Bookkeeping – Having datafiles in Dropbox – Will it work?


Storing accounting datafiles in Dropbox sounds like the perfect “online” or “live” solution, but there are problems at times. Despite advice that is positive via Dropbox ( some of our clients have tried having their MYOB file in Dropbox, but wonder why it has issues. Please note the following –

  • Dropbox is not recommended by the Reckon or MYOB support recommendations
  • The continue uploading to cloud interferes with normal functioning:
    • Slows the datafile;
    • Can corrupt transactions while saving/uploading;
    • Can result in error messages referring to conflicts in the saving process.

The recommendation is DO NOT try it! It can be more trouble than it is worth!

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Administration, bookkeeping and compliance for small business, and Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSF) Training, trouble-shooting, or we can do the books and payroll for you! Self Managed Superannuation Fund Service Provider, Free support MYOB Certified Consultant, Reckon/QuickBooks Professional Partner.

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