Ronan Mullally wrote:
> I'm referring to their Business service. Their 365 online personal
> service works fine with Firefox, but as you say (assuming you're talking
> about the same thing) hasn't changed much since it started (apart from
> their doing away with hardware-based authentication).
Note that you *can* use "365 online" for a _business_ bank of irerland
account, and it works fine on linux within the limits of what 365 online
can do in general, which might well be adequate for small businesses
(relative to the business service you do lose functionality e.g. foreign
currency management and some forms of wire transfer - domestic and IBAN
transfers work fine though).
You just have to ask them to set it up, because they do try to hard-sell
their linux-incompatible "business online" service.
You will also need to be issued with completely separate personal and
business 365 online login details for regulatory reasons. Best remind
them of that necessity up-front or you may spend an extra few days going
round in circles.
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