Does Mint still lock out Morgan Stanley Client Serv or it is now supported?

I used to have serious issues when adding my Morgan Stanley Client Serv account -- Mint would cause me to get locked out of my account. It actually took 3 lockouts before I realized what was causing them (the Morgan people were equally baffled). The solution was to remove that account and *manually* add all transactions all the time. That was 5-6 months ago.

I was wondering if that issue has been resolved? I would like to avoid another lockout just to find out which is why I'm hoping someone on the forums (or Mint staff perhaps) could confirm. Adding transactions manually is a huge issue and defeats the purpose of Mint.

Thank you.

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