On 04-07, Pär wrote: > Me too :-) > > Actually LA5VNA uploaded his details to my server, on 80 meters, and it > looks ok. I did see a perl warning when he did that, wasn't fast enough > to note what it was, but it worked. > > 73 de Per > > > tis 2009-04-07 klockan 09:38 +0200 skrev Rein Couperus: > > If this is because of a bug in the new client I'd like to know :) > > > > Rein > > > > > -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- > > > Von: "Fred Reiselt" <freiselt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > > > Gesendet: 06.04.09 18:31:45 > > > An: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > > > Betreff: [pskmail] Re: JavaPSK problem; Invoking "Preferences"? > > > > > > > Looking in the database entry on the server for W8MCH, there is a "From > > > address =" defined but no pop host, pop user, or pop password defined. > > > > > > 73, > > > Fred > > > WB5CON > > > > > > Hal wrote: > > > > -------cut-------- > > > > > > > > All seems OK except for some queries that I'll work on.. The > > > > main one is that WB5CON keeps asking me to Update my Record and my > > > > clicking on Update Server from JPSKMail doesn't seem to "take," when > > > > connected or not connected.. Maybe there's a delay to update his data > > > > base.. > > > > > > > > --------cut--------- > > > > > > > > > Greetings and wonder if I'm supposed to comment on the above, since I started the thread? As Fred pointed out my keeping the pop entries as the default "none" was ignored by his server.. I tried entering a '-' in place of the 'none's and his server then updated my record.. I did that because I'm not sure what the pop means in that case because I am not a server, linked to the INet.. I have so much to learn.. I don't think it's a bug just pilot error or misunderstanding.. . HI.. -- Hal UNIX-GNU/Linux - Slackware 11.0, 18.104.22.168 .