Version 6.276

Hi Everyone, Please see the details from our latest release below:


Email Systems: Our email system has been changed to ensure that your emails are now sent out successfully and will have a higher chance of being received by the recipient. If you access your 'system settings' you will now notice the below-highlighted option. Once ticked, you will automatically update the service your emails use to send out, which means your emails will look a lot less like spam on your recipient's spam filters.


Ledger Fee Summary/Details: With the recent update to accommodate the letting fee changes, we have made some updates to the Ledger Fee Summary & Details report to display agent breakdowns accurately as per below examples.


Bank Account: In the online file area, you will now get a pop up to ask if any changes made to a bank account is to be made permanent.


Merge Field: The ''Property Unit Code'' merge field has now been built to have a dash added by default for properties with a unit & street number. We've also made an adjustment to the ''Property Address Full' merge field so that it only includes - Unit Number, Street Number & Street Address.


Reports - Property Flyer: We have updated the property flyer report so that it no longer included the 'letting fee' amount as a part of the 'move-in' costs.

Automatic Keep Backs for Overpaid Rent: If you use our 'automatic keep back' feature, we found an issue where the overpaid rent was still held against the property but was released for payment at EOM. This will now continue to 'keep back' any overpaid rent from a vacated tenant.

Transactions - Tenancy Bond ledgers: We identified some issues where tenant invoices that were assigned via document flow were not updating the available balance in a tenant bond ledger. This could result in overdrawn ledgers if there was more than one invoice to be assigned at a time. This feature has been updated and will now register the ledger balance at the time of processing each transaction.

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