I haven't found a place on there site , that I can get an answer , yet .
I've got a incoming QSL , I know I made the contact .
The issue is that , to the far right where there is normally an option to check or reject , they are missing , every other QSL has had , this is the only one missing ?
That place is here.
Originally Posted by KD0CAC
There is no accept or reject option when you have already uploaded the contact... eQsl automatically matched it, if I'm not mistaken. Simply archive it (or just leave it... whatever you do after accepting them normally), your work is done.
True, the accept/reject is there only if you have not uploaded a matching record already.
eQSL must be getting more popular, I uploaded a bunch of contacts and had 691 matches.
Be sure to listen for my beacon on 28.278.8 MHz
And why shouldn't it be popular? Much easier threshold of getting setup than LoTW (which I use, too, but it's really not as much fun as eQSL). And before some LoTW fan chimes in about issues of "integrity" let me tell you that an award from eQSL means just as much to me as one from the ARRL. I know what I accomplished. Don't give a rat's behind if someone else thinks it's value is somehow less.
I must be missing something, I upload all of my contacts to EQSL through the auto upload with HRD, but it's not an automatic matching QSL. I still have to accept it or possibly if I didn't upload the contact for some reason or they goofed on something such as the band or date it will give me the accept/reject option.
Although I do upload all contacts, I do not reconcile it with my logbook within HRD (I wonder if this is where it is automatically archiving the match?). I don't keep track of them for myself because I have little interest in EQSL; I do it for others that do.
I get lots of matches though.
eQSL is fantastic. I like the fact that I can still send a nice QSL card, but I don't need to go through the hassle of writing it by hand and then having to find the money to send it through the post, I just use photo shop to design my own, it adds to the hobby.