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Subject: CT help
From: ks9w@mc.net (Robert Stolberg)
Date: Tue Oct 22 23:24:45 1996
I'm getting ready to use CT Ver. 9 for the first time and am looking for
help with controlling Radio 1&2 and Rotor 1&2? I don't see any-
thing in the manual or Help menu.

Please reply direct to me at ks9w@mc.net

Thanks, Bob

>From floydjr@Interpath.com (Jimmy R. Floyd)  Tue Oct 22 22:19:51 1996
From: floydjr@Interpath.com (Jimmy R. Floyd) (Jimmy R. Floyd)
Subject: Submitting Scores Part II
Message-ID: <>

Well I knew I would forget somethings and someone would remind me which 
I appreciate very much.

First someone asked if the Z meant zones and the DX is countries. This
basically follows CT summary sheet without the point per qso thing. I 
will type this out clearer in the actual posting.

Next thing is very important. 


This is as per the people who are in charge of this reflector, so if you
have any questions you need to address them to them and not me.

Post your scores on the 3830 Reflector or to me direct or both. I would
rather get your scores twice than not at all. Forgive me for I have lost
how to sign onto the 3830 Reflector but Bill, KM9P will be glad to post
it here I am sure. 

As I said I wrote that little FAQ thing fairly fast and I missed the two
above things. I do want things to be pointed out to me and I will always
do my best to correct them. My apoligies to both Jim, AD1C and Bill, 
KM9P for this mistake. Feel free to repost or use anything I put on here
as long as my call and name stays with it. That is all I ask.

Ok now if there are any more questions feel free to ask them. Once I
start doing the scores it will be hard to change much. 

73's Jim

>From morpheus%moc.kw@TGV.COM (morpheus@moc.kw)  Wed Oct 23 06:16:17 1996
From: morpheus%moc.kw@TGV.COM (morpheus@moc.kw) (morpheus@moc.kw)
Subject: 9K2HN in CQ WW DX  SSB
Message-ID: <199610230516.CAA13914@ncc.moc.kw>


  I will be joining CQ WW DX SSB in the next week end, I hope we will have
good prop in this contest.

good luck for all

thank you

de 9k2hn
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>From km9p@contesting.com (Bill Fisher, KM9P)  Wed Oct 23 00:43:30 1996
From: km9p@contesting.com (Bill Fisher, KM9P) (Bill Fisher, KM9P)
Subject: 3830 Score Postings Info
Message-ID: <199610222343.TAA28232@paris.akorn.net>

This is to follow up Jim's message about posting scores.  

After the contest please post your scores & comments at 3830@contesting.com.  

You only need to be subscribed if you want to review the scores in your
mailbox.  I believe most people are reviewing the scores on the WWW.  To do
so, point your browser to http://www.contesting.com/_3830/   Then you will
be able to view all of the score postings via your browser.  

Please include detail about your effort in the subject of the message.  
Example:  KM9P CQWW SSB SOAB HP Unassisted 
Example:  KC1XX CQWW SSB M/S

The 3830@contesting.com FAQ is at
http://www.contesting.com/km9p/3830faq.html.  You can get all the
particulars there.

To subscribe:  3830-request@contesting.com 'subscribe' in the body of the

To unsubscribe:  3830-request@contesting.com 'unsubscribe' in the body of
the message.

To post:  3830@contesting.com  

Problems & Questions:  AD1C@contesting.com


Bill, KM9P
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