[pskmail] Re: Connect / delivery question

  • From: Russell Blair <russell_blair86@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 25 May 2009 17:46:38 -0700 (PDT)

Mike, Do you have SKYPE ? When WB5CON said Hi he was able to copy you he was 
asking you update your records in pskmail cliant there is a place for that 
information and then when you connect you can update when asked., as well you 
need to have you email information ready as part for yur update. You were also 
trying to connect to me, I also will ask for a update as well. We may need to 
change to THOR22 mode it better when the band gets bad. I will keep an eye open 
for you and help you get connect.

Russell NC5O.
Yesterday is HISTORY. Tomorrow is a MYSTERY. Today is a GIFT! Thats why its 
called the PRESENT!


Russell Blair (NC5O)
  Hell Field #300
  DRCC #55
  30m Dig-group #693

--- On Mon, 5/25/09, Decossas, Michael <Mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> From: Decossas, Michael <Mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [pskmail] Connect / delivery question
> To: "pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Monday, May 25, 2009, 6:15 PM
> #yiv2050312273 P {
> Hi all,
>      I just started working
> with pskmail. I am a big fan of "non propriety"
> systems. I have finally got the FT-857D/signalink
> combination talking on pskmail. I connected to wb5con and
> got a response of "Hi
>  KB5OZE, pse update your
> reco3A44<SOH>03"rd ". 
> I am not quite sure what this means. Can anyone give me an
> idea?
> Also, I
> monitor my output on another radio and noticed that the
> audio pitch of my signal is much lower compared to
> wb5con.
> If I
> can get this working on the client side, I would like to set
> up another "mail system" and have at least another
> 6 or 8 hams in my area that would be very interested in
> using and working with pskmail.
>  We have access to some "hardened" facilities
> that have a pretty good chance of staying fully operational
> during another Katrina type event.
> My main
> operation is for EmComm work, but would love to be able to
> use while my family and I are camping, etc. Living in
> Southeast Louisiana has shown the importance of amateur
> radio and its usefulness...
> Thanks,
> Mike -
> www.decossas.com
> www.selcoms.org

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