My log was rejected by the ARRL because it was 64 bit MIME encoded.
I do not know why it was, as I told Pegasus not to encode it. I sent
it a second time and the same thing happened. The third time I know
I sent it as ASCII, and I received an acknowledgment saying the log
was accepted. It seems that you have to watch the encoding, or they
will bounce your log.
I am still trying to figure out the "A paper summary sheet is
required of all logs, either an official ARRL summary sheet or a
close facsimile with a signed contest participation disclaimer" part
of the rules. How do you send a signed summary sheet in ASCII
format? I think the ARRL has to get its rules in order.
On 18 Dec 97 at 16:21, Pete Smith wrote:
> I don't think so -- I just got an ack this morning from ARRL for a
> TR POST-produced SS log (the ARRL format), sent to them as a MIME
> attachment from Eudora 3.0. 73,
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