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Data can be uploaded from DXKeeper to eQSL.cc in three different ways:
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 1. [:ExporteQSLADIF:Export an ADIF file for eQSL] (Amateur Data Interchange Format) from DXKeeper and [:ManuallyUploadToEQSL:manually upload it to eQSL.cc] NOTE: If you have more than a couple hundred QSO's to upload to eQSL.cc, this will be the fastest method even though it requires more manual work on your part.
 1. [:UploadeQSLMarked:Using DXKeeper's QSL Tab with eQSL.cc] to upload all QSO's whose "eQSL sent" field is marked with an "R" (Request). NOTE: This is easier to use than Exporting an ADIF file and should work well for relatively small uploads (say less than 300 QSO's depending on the speed of your Internet connection).
 1. [:AutomaticeQSLUpload:Automatically upload] QSO data to eQSL.cc in real time when you log QSO's via the Capture window. If you have an always on Internet connection such as Cable, DSL, Satellite or WISP you will probably find this method very convenient for keeping your eQSL Outbox up to date automatically.
QSOs can be uploaded to eQSL.cc in four ways:

 1. If you have a fast internet connection that is always connected, DXKeeper can [[AutomaticeQSLUpload|upload each QSO in real time]] as you log it via the '''Capture''' window

 1. You can right-click a QSO's entry in the '''Log Page Display''' and select the '''Upload to eQSL.cc''' command in the pop-up menu

 1. If you prefer to upload QSOs in small batches of up to 300, you can [[UploadeQSLMarked|upload to eQSL.cc via DXKeeper's QSL Queue]]

 1. For large batches of QSOs, you should [[ExporteQSLADIF|export an ADIF file for eQSL]] and then [[ManuallyUploadToEQSL|manually upload that file to eQSL.cc]]
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[:GettingStarted:Getting Started with DXLab] [[GettingStarted|Getting Started with DXLab]]

Uploading QSOs to eQSL

QSOs can be uploaded to eQSL.cc in four ways:

  1. If you have a fast internet connection that is always connected, DXKeeper can upload each QSO in real time as you log it via the Capture window

  2. You can right-click a QSO's entry in the Log Page Display and select the Upload to eQSL.cc command in the pop-up menu

  3. If you prefer to upload QSOs in small batches of up to 300, you can upload to eQSL.cc via DXKeeper's QSL Queue

  4. For large batches of QSOs, you should export an ADIF file for eQSL and then manually upload that file to eQSL.cc


Post a question or suggestion on the DXLab Discussion Group

QSLing with eQSL

QSLing

Logging

Getting Started with DXLab

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