When will yourmortgageonline.com be supported by Mint?

It seems about 45 days ago my lender transferred the online support of my mortgage to "yourmortgageonline.com." Since that time I am no longer able to get updated mortgage information in Mint. yourmortgageonline.com appears to be a service provider for lenders to provide the online access to their mortgage information. When will Mint support this site?

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Mint, I've waited almost a year to get this fixed. Today I switched to using personalcapital.com, and (*shocked face*) they are able to accommodate the Dovenmuehle login process. It's inconceivable to think that a company that's thinking about dumping their Quickbooks product is shunning their desktop client for a web-based tool that is quickly being replaced by better alternatives. The ONLY thing at this point that keeps me from deleting my Mint account is the budgeting feature. I suspect it's only a matter of time before Personal Capital incorporates that as well, after which I will have no need for Mint since Mint chose to ignore its users.
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