Correction here: 

> I personally use DXKeeper as the central logging tool and use its "Export 
> QSO's" function to "Export standard ADIF" 
> back to the "wsjtx.log" file (found in the location accessible by "File/Open 
> Log Directory").  DXKeeper has great tools 
> for managing duplicates. When all duplicates are removed periodically write 
> them back to  WSJT-X over-writing 
> previous "wsjtx.log" instances :-)

Needs be:

I personally use DXKeeper as the central logging tool and use its "Export 
QSO's" function to "Export standard ADIF" 
back to the "wsjtx_log.adi" file (found in the location accessible by 
"File/Open Log Directory").  DXKeeper has great tools 
for managing duplicates. When all duplicates are removed periodically write 
them back to  WSJT-X over-writing 
previous "wsjtx_log.adi" instances :-)

Original message corrected:

From: Stephen VK3SIR <vk3...@hotmail.com> 
Sent: Saturday, 23 May 2020 6:34 AM
To: WSJT software development <wsjt-devel@lists.sourceforge.net>
Subject: Re: [wsjt-devel] exporting from adi

Hi Michelle,

By far the best way to avoid duplicates in logs is to not set 
"Settings\Reporting\ Log automatically..." . If you come back with a RR73, auto 
log, and then a station comes back with a R-XX (what I term a "RR/73 Loop") 
then both communication and logging can lead to duplicates in logs.

Each logged entry should be manually approved (so do not check "Log 
automatically").

Some software loggers and bridges such as JTAlert (that I use and recommend 
heavily) also are not perfect. I use JTALert with DXLab's DXKeeper. No matter 
what I do sometimes (and erratically) a duplicate is logged to eQSL. These are 
issues for their support forums. Despite this forewarning  would strongly echo 
Jim's post and recommend JTAlert's use to you !

JTAlert can be found at  https://hamapps.com. DXLab can be found at 
https://dxlabsuite.com . None of these products are viruses if your AV scanner 
goes into overdrive and its safe to add these programs (and their destinations) 
as AV over-rides.

I personally use DXKeeper as the central logging tool and use its "Export 
QSO's" function to "Export standard ADIF" back to the "wsjtx_log.adi" file 
(found in the location accessible by "File/Open Log Directory"). DXKeeper has 
great tools for managing duplicates. When all duplicates are removed 
periodically write them back to WSJT-X over-writing previous "wsjtx_log.adi" 
instances :-)

More info on how to do this and set up products can be found on each product's 
support forums :-)

73

Steve I
VK3VM / VK3SIR

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