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The scripts weren't exactly what I'd call "robust" in the way they handled downloads, errors, etc., so there was a clear opportunity to build upon an existing idea, while enhancing function.
MSMoney is a "command-line" executable (aka a console application).
Perhaps it would be better to just dump Money and get it over with, going through the pain of a transition rather than implementing a fix.
My opinion was (and still is) that keeping Money alive for as long as possible is a better option.
With the release of Quicken 2010, the full import functionality was (supposedly) implemented.
This is a final (free) edition of Money, but does not include any built-in online features.
I began looking into the option in late 2009 and, during a search, ran across The Finance Buff web site.
His series, titled Replacing Money, presented a discussion of Python scripts that appeared to do what I wanted.
When the Money death bell rang at Microsoft, Intuit quickly began working on an improved import feature for Money users.
After all, it's not every day that your chief competitor calls it quits.
Use of alternate means of data import (such as the software provided on this site) may be more difficult to implement when accounts are still configured for online statements within Money. Money has a useful import feature, providing a back-door path to gathering online updates.