Simple directions to upload to eqsl

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kk4ggl
Simple directions to upload to eqsl

I am new to eqsl (around a week). Can some point to simple directions on how to export my log and upload it to eqsl?
At the present tme I don't want the QSL S and R fields afected by sending my log to esql, I'd like to keep thse for paper qsls.
Any and all help appreciated.

ok2cqr
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Re: Simple directions to upload to eqsl

If you are new to eQSL, I recommend this:
 
- use the filter to select all QSO from the log
 
- go to File -> Export -> ADIF and export all QSO to ADIF format
 
- upload the ADIF file to eQSL using backgound upload (for more than 5k of QSO)
 
- select all QSO in the log (click on the button in the toolbar)
 
- go to File -> Group edit
 
- from the drop down menu select eQSL sent, into Value choose Y and click to Apply
 
It should mark all QSO as eQSL sent. If you want to see dedicated field to eQSL sent, plese go to Preferences -> Visible column and check eQSL sent option. 
This eQSL info doesn't have any affect to QSL_S or QSL_R fields.
 
73 Petr, OK2CQR

kk4ggl
Simple directions to upload to eqsl

Thanks, Petr.
I'll try to gather my courage and do the upload :-)
Am I correct that there is a way to upload each new log entry to eQSL? And if yes, if I delete the entry in my log, does that delete the entry form eQSL?

KK4GGL

kk4ggl
Simple directions to upload to eqsl

Well, I got my courage up and uploaded to eQSL. I had to do it several times. It seems I had some frequencies entered into the  log incorrectly and they would not upload until I corrected them. I also got a "callsign too long" error. I tried several times with that entry, Then I noticed it shared the same information with another entry, so I deleted it and re-entered it. So now I have to check everything in eQSL, but the log is up.
Thanks.

KK4GGL

ok2cqr
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Re: Simple directions to upload to eqsl

No, I described the initial procedure with many QSO in the log. Nex time, you can upload QSO from the CQRLOG. Open QSO list window and there are icons for download/upload to eQSL server.
73 Petr, OK2CQR