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    Default ARRL email

    I just sent myself 2 emails through my ARRL email acount.. used both .com and .org This has been several hours ago and I still havent recieved either of them.. I used lower case. Does anybody know if these addresses are case sensitive? I should have known they wouldnt work.


    Lee
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    It's supposed to be arrl.net.I use it all the time.Good luck. ki6lyn

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    My AMSAT email address used to take 8 - 14 hours for it to show up, if at all.............Wait it out some more?



    Tom KCW

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    Quote Originally Posted by NI7I View Post
    I just sent myself 2 emails through my ARRL email acount.. used both .com and .org This has been several hours ago and I still havent recieved either of them.. I used lower case. Does anybody know if these addresses are case sensitive? I should have known they wouldnt work.


    Lee
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    If the other poster wasn't clear, your ARRL address is your call @ ARRL.NET, not com or org. And if I remember correctly, you have to modify your settings on the ARRL site to use the forwarding email service. It's not automatically engaged just because you are a member.

    ............Bob
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    Last edited by KC0W; 01-03-2010 at 09:40 PM. Reason: EDIT: Question Answered

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    Quote Originally Posted by NI7I View Post
    I just sent myself 2 emails through my ARRL email account.. used both .com and .org This has been several hours ago and I still haven't received either of them.. I used lower case. Does anybody know if these addresses are case sensitive? I should have known they wouldn't work.


    Lee
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    Maybe the other NI7I is busy and can't respond to the email sent right now?



    I bet it's a server glitch issue. It will probably resolve itself in a few hours. I have also seen this occur before with email systems because some places do "server maintenace" and backups on weekends for some apparent reason.
    73 de Charles - KC8VWM
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    Quote Originally Posted by KC8VWM View Post
    Maybe the other NI7I is busy and can't respond to the email sent right now?



    I bet it's a server glitch issue. It will probably resolve itself in a few hours. I have also seen this occur before with email systems because some places do "server maintenace" and backups on weekends for some apparent reason.
    Nope.. just a brain cell glitch on my part.. Hate it when I expose both my ignorance and my stupidity.. ow well, I'll try to pawn this off on old age.. that works sometimes and with some people..

    thanks
    Lee
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    Quote Originally Posted by KI6LYN View Post
    It's supposed to be arrl.net.I use it all the time.Good luck. ki6lyn
    Used that one and the response was almost instantanious.. Hate it when my two living brain cells argue with each other.. It would be so nice if they would just get along

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    Lee

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    HaHaHa I know the brain cell fubar thingy.

    At least I can blame the Dx Helper Nanaprobes 8-)

    Good luck Gentlemen.

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    Tim Wright AK4MP
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    My brain cell is getting really tired.

    Ed
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