Hi Tom, and welcome back!
I haven't found a SINGLE program that's excellent for contesting and ALSO
excellent for general log-keeping/awards management/DXing/etc.
After many trials I've settled on two programs.
For contesting I'm using WriteLog. Another good (and popular) one is N1MM.
I settled on WriteLog because it is the closest in "look and feel" to CT
which was my contesting logger for many years.
For general logging I use Logger32. Again there are a number of choices,
probably equally as good, but finally settled into this one because it's
"comfortable" and does all the housekeeping for awards, etc., pretty well.
Both programs enjoy EXCELLENT support, including active "yahoogroups".
After each contest I export an ADIF file from WriteLog, then import it into
Logger32, so all my logs really do reside in one environment.
73, de Hans, K0HB/W7
From: "Tom Horton" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, January 11, 2009 1:00 PM
Subject: [CQ-Contest] Coming Back!
> Well after quite a bit of time off the air, I am coming back soon.
> Wanting to stay as state of teh art with what equipment I have, I am
> interested in the
> concensus best all round logging software that is in use these days.
> Obviously I am interested in something that is contest friendly as well as
> DX and a large amount of awards.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks for teh info and hope to see you on the air again very soon.
> Tom K5IID Hill county Texas
> "If It Weren't For The United States Military There Would Be NO United
> States of America ." September 11, 2001
> We can never, never forget !
> If we aren't free and alive,
> absolutely nothing else matters !
> Tom Horton K5IID
> Hillsboro, TX
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