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= Configuring DXKeeper for Interaction with eQSL.cc = = Configuring and Using DXKeeper with eQSL.cc =
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DXKeeper can interact directly with eQSL.cc in three different ways: Data can be uploaded from DXKeeper to eQSL.cc in three different wauys:
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 1. Create and upload an ADIF (Amateur Data Interchage Format) file to eQSL.cc
 1. Automatically upload QSO data to eQSL.cc in near real time when you log QSO's via the Capture window.
 1. Synchronize your DXKeeper log with eQSL.cc by downloading the contents of your eQSL.cc Inbox and Archive, marking the eQSL received field of all matching QSO's with a Y and setting the date received to the current date.
If you have more that 2 or 3 QSO's to upload you will want to use method 1 to bring your eQSL Outbox up to date. If you have an always on Internet connection such as Cable, DSL, Satellite or WISP you will probably find method 2 very convenient for keeping your eQSL Oubox up to date automatically as you log QSO's via the Capture window. Finally you will want to periodically Synchronize your log to keep track of received eQSL's. The sections below describe in detail how to configure and use DXKeeper to perform each of these operations.
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 1. Automatically upload QSO data to eQSL.cc in real time when you log QSO's via the Capture window.
IIf you have more than a couple hundered QSO's to upload to eQSL.cc, method 1 will be the fastest even though it requires a little more manual work on your part. Method 2 is easier to use than method one and should work well for relatively small uploads (say less than 300 QSO's). If you have an always on Internet connection such as Cable, DSL, Satellite or WISP you will probably find method 3 very convenient for keeping your eQSL Oubox up to date automatically as you log QSO's via the Capture window.

The sections below describe in detail how to configure and use DXKeeper to perform each of these operations.

Configuring and Using DXKeeper with eQSL.cc

Introduction

Data can be uploaded from DXKeeper to eQSL.cc in three different wauys:

  1. Automatically upload QSO data to eQSL.cc in real time when you log QSO's via the Capture window.

IIf you have more than a couple hundered QSO's to upload to eQSL.cc, method 1 will be the fastest even though it requires a little more manual work on your part. Method 2 is easier to use than method one and should work well for relatively small uploads (say less than 300 QSO's). If you have an always on Internet connection such as Cable, DSL, Satellite or WISP you will probably find method 3 very convenient for keeping your eQSL Oubox up to date automatically as you log QSO's via the Capture window.

The sections below describe in detail how to configure and use DXKeeper to perform each of these operations.

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