Transaction Downloads

Is anyone else having trouble downloading transactions from the following:

Chase
Capital One Credit Card Services
Macy's Credit Card
Bank of America Credit Card
Chevron-Texaco Credit Card
GE Money Bank


I have found that disabling and then re-enabling one-step update for these accounts provides a temporary fix, however not permanent.  It has become very tedious performing this function on a daily basis.  

The error codes that I am receiving are CC-506, OL-221 and CC-580.
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Intuit has been having difficulty maintaining the Express Web Connect model at many financial institutions. Unless you can deal with this instability, I suggest that you use Direct Connect instead. Note: Some financial institutions do not support Direct Connect or may charge for the use of Direct Connect. If you want to avoid this cost, use Web Connect. To use Web Connect, remove One Step Update from the account register, log in to the financial institution's web site and download the transactions into Quicken - do not activate One Step Update for the account register otherwise you'll be back to Express Web Connect.

If you haven't already, I suggest that you review:  
http://quicken.intuit.com/support/help/qwin-returns-ol-220-or-ol-221-updating-ewc-accounts/SLN53732.html
http://quicken.intuit.com/support/help/bank-download-issues/message-when-using-online-services--cc-506/GEN82558.html
http://quicken.intuit.com/support/help/bank-download-issues/message-when-using-online-services---cc-890--cc-891-or-cc-580/GEN82562.html
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