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[3830] Problems with ARRL Robot Server

To: "3830@contesting. com (E-mail)" <3830@contesting.com>,"VHF Contesting. com (E-mail)" <vhfcontesting@contesting.com>,"Lindquist, Rick, N1RL" <n1rl@arrl.org>
Subject: [3830] Problems with ARRL Robot Server
From: "Henderson, Dan N1ND" <dhenderson@arrl.org>
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2004 13:06:36 -0400
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Sometime last Thursday, the server that is used by our Contest Robot blew a 
power supply and was out of action.  This has been repaired and is now 
functioning properly.

All contest submissions come into the main ARRL email, and a copy is then 
forwarded to the robot server (located in California) where they submissions 
are processed, and answered.  Complete submissions receive and automated 
receipt and are stored on the backup server.  Submissions with errors are 
returned with a detailed message citing the problems found and solutions to 
resolve them.

I have checked the raw incoming email queue at ARRL HQ and have tried to 
identify any messages that may not have been queued for processing by the 
robot, but just in case I missed some...

If you submitted an email log for the 2004 ARRL June VHF QSO Party, please 
check the list of Logs Received at www.arrl.org/contests/claimed   This list is 
updated every hour for electronic log submissions. If you submitted but do not 
see your call on the list, please resubmit the entry to junevhf@arrl.org  This 
will help us ensure no logs are missed due to the technical problems.

Thanks for your assistance.


Dan Henderson, N1ND
ARRL Contest Branch Manager
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