[pskmail] Re: session memory clear?

  • From: Greg <kb1ncj@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2012 06:16:24 -0500

Ok. I did figure that was the solution. The client defaulted back to "accept" 
on restart. Funny thing I noticed is the delete option was also selected while 
accept was selected. Seems like that would be conflicting.  I guess I'll have 
to be more aware of that now and itb explains why it was fine the session 
prior. Thanks for the help. 

Also John, I remeber having this happen a while ago using the andpskmail app. 
Is there a way in the app to accomplish the rejecting or deleting also? I have 
had some behaivior with the app where is becomes unresponsive during a connect 
session if I switch from terminal screen to email screen. I  also wonder if 
there is an updated version as I have been using the one I have now for some 
months now..

Thanks again,

John Douyere <vk2eta@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>There is an option regarding the client's behaviour when receiving a
>partial download advice from the server.
>As I only have an Android device in front of me I can't tell you the exact
>location in the menu but there are three easily recognized options:
>1. Resume downloads (the default)
>2. Ignore (the partial download will remain on the server and the partial
>download advice will therefore be sent at each subsequent connect until it
>is fully downloaded or deleted ).
>3. Reject/delete. The partial downloads are just deleted.
>73, John (VK2ETA)
>On Nov 24, 2012 9:26 AM, "Greg" <kb1ncj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I take that back.. on next reconnect, back to the huge download again..
>> This time it stopped. I checked the bullet under file "delete partial
>> downloads" was this the key? Did me next tx include some code to tell
>> server to relent?
>> Also, this last connect from south Florida to North Carolina was done
>> Indoors from a building with a metal roof on a miracle whip portable
>> antenna with 5 watts and thor 22.. my goodness! I just had to try it and
>> almost 100% accuracy. It did switch to mfsk32.. is that a more suitable
>> mode for my qrp experiments? By the way, I think Pskmail is Great!!
>> 73
>> Greg
>> On 11/23/2012 02:46 PM, Robert Krasowski wrote:
>>> Yep, I saw you connecting and saw that big file . I did not watch much
>>> after that. I will send your info to our forum and see what advice will be.
>>> I think it was my transceiver being off frequency. I tuned to 15.000 Mhz
>>> and saw the marker on 14.998,54 not on 14.998,5. I see other stations now
>>> on pskmail exactly where they should be.
>>> Thanks for help and info.
>>> Robert
>>> KB2PNM
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On Nov 23, 2012, at 1:02 PM, Greg <kb1ncj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>  I have this problem a few times now.. I accidentally request to download
>>>> a large email and "quit" or "abort" (tried both). Upon next connections to
>>>> server, the server begins to send the large email again without me
>>>> requesting it again.. It allows no other activity and is stuck with this on
>>>> every reconnect. I clear all headers, inbox, etc on jpskmail.. I think the
>>>> may have been discussed before but not sure.. Is there a solution?
>>>> Thanks
>>>> Greg
>>>> KB1NCJ

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