Advanced settings documentation
Enabling the age-categories-allow-next-year advanced setting allows the age categories on policies to rate with the next effective year, reflecting manufacturers’ next year models. When the
When the max-year-for-age-categories advanced setting is set to endorsement, agents or administrators can: Select the endorsement year for age rating on endorsements prior to renewal.
With the agent-payment-amount-zeroed advanced setting, you can choose to zero the Amount field when an agent is entering a sweep payment on the Schedule Sweep screen. Changing the Amount field to zero forces the agent to enter the payment amount of the sweep payment.
When a mortgagee or title company issues payment based on a submitted application before the application becomes a committed and active policy, the payment needs to be accepted. With the allow-pay-submitted-policies advanced setting, you can allow payments to be applied to submitted policies.
By default, when an agent adds a sweep payment to the Sweep Queue, the agent must select Submit Sweep to submit the sweep payment for processing. With the auto-submit-sweep-queue advanced setting, sweep payments added to the Sweep Queue will be processed automatically in overnight processing, without requiring agents to select the Submit Sweep button. With this advanced setting, you can also choose to set a grace period, which means a certain number of days, indicated by the grace period, must pass before the sweep payment will process in overnight processing.
With the bypass-duplicate-payments-check advanced setting, you can allow the system to bypass the default behavior of checking for and declining duplicate electronic payments. In the event that you need to re-attempt an electronic payment due to a slow response time or system error, it can be helpful to bypass the duplicate payment check so you can accept a payment made on the same policy for the same amount within a 48-hour period.
With the reinstate_mortgagee_billed_non_paid_renewals_on_payment advanced setting, you can allow mortgagee billed canceled policies or non-pay renewals to be reinstated as long as payment that meets the payment threshold is made within a specified amount of time.