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Dear OMs,

I would like to explain the QSL confirmation process since there is no outgoing QSL bureau in Z3.

In order to reply to all cards received via the bureau, my fellow hams and I collect outgoing cards, pack and mail them out to bureaus of some of the most active countries - usualy once a year or once in two years. Please be advised that you may receive a confirmation of your QSL via bureau in 2 or 3 years.

Based on the average response ratio of 10% of all cards that I sent via the bureau in the past (and I was confirming 100% of my QSOs!), I decided to no longer send QSL cards via the bureau, as that would be wasting of time, labor and money. Instead, I will confirm only to those who realy need it.

In order to speed up the confirmation process for DXCC, I set up a LoTW account. Begining June 1, 2011, I will upload logs to LoTW. All contacts are also uploaded on eqsl.cc.

Those who need confirmation via QRZ.com (or via LoTW prior to June 2011) should notify me via e-mail and I will enter QSO details in these databases.

Meanwhile, the fastest way to receive a paper QSL is the direct route.

CU on the bands and VY 73,


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