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Re: Mid Sussex Amateur Radio Groups - CORRECTION

M0WVE Merv
 

Correction msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.io

On 21 Oct 2020, at 14:15, M0WVE Mervyn <mervyn@westvieweast.com> wrote:

So we now have two Io groups on the go

msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.

I guess we must now post our emails to both groups until it is decided which one is to be deleted?

Still a confused Merv - M0WVE







Re: Mid Sussex Amateur Radio Groups - CORRECTION

G6DGK Gavin
 

Dear Mervyn & All,

The 'old' email system did not work properly for some obscure reason - it was suspected that this might have been due to some members using talk talk as their internet provider, but this claim proved to be untrue.  I suggested the move to the 'groups.io' because the Worthing club had experienced similar problems to MSARS originally, but the move to 'groups.io' seemed to cure these problems.

I don't know whether the MSARS intend to cancel the original group email or to run both systems at the same time - perhaps the Committee would advise all members of the future intention.

73,

Gavin


0 14:16, M0WVE Mervyn wrote:

Correction msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.io

On 21 Oct 2020, at 14:15, M0WVE Mervyn <mervyn@westvieweast.com> wrote:

So we now have two Io groups on the go

msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.

I guess we must now post our emails to both groups until it is decided which one is to be deleted?

Still a confused Merv - M0WVE









Re: Mid Sussex Amateur Radio Groups - CORRECTION

M0WVE Merv
 

Gavin,
That is true about the old email group but we now have two MSARS groups setup on groups.io. The one Bernie setup for us during the summer and a new one that has just appeared

Both groups should work reliably now and I get email from both.

My point is why was a second groups.io setup recently which confuses things?

Merv

On 21 Oct 2020, at 14:44, G6DGK Gavin via groups.io <gavin.keegan=tiscali.co.uk@groups.io> wrote:

Dear Mervyn & All,

The 'old' email system did not work properly for some obscure reason - it was suspected that this might have been due to some members using talk talk as their internet provider, but this claim proved to be untrue. I suggested the move to the 'groups.io' because the Worthing club had experienced similar problems to MSARS originally, but the move to 'groups.io' seemed to cure these problems.

I don't know whether the MSARS intend to cancel the original group email or to run both systems at the same time - perhaps the Committee would advise all members of the future intention.

73,

Gavin


0 14:16, M0WVE Mervyn wrote:
Correction msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.io

On 21 Oct 2020, at 14:15, M0WVE Mervyn <mervyn@westvieweast.com> wrote:
So we now have two Io groups on the go

msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.

I guess we must now post our emails to both groups until it is decided which one is to be deleted?

Still a confused Merv - M0WVE













Re: Mid Sussex Amateur Radio Groups - CORRECTION

M0XYF Berni
 

Merv,

I don't know why a second groups.io group was set up. Nobody seemed interested at the time I set up the first group, but for whatever reason the new group has way more members, so I'll shut the original group down.

I tried to help out, but to no avail. As long as it's sorted that's all that matters. At least it'll save me the admin overhead.

Berni M0XYF

On 21/10/2020 17:03, M0WVE Mervyn wrote:
Gavin,
That is true about the old email group but we now have two MSARS groups setup on groups.io. The one Bernie setup for us during the summer and a new one that has just appeared

Both groups should work reliably now and I get email from both.

My point is why was a second groups.io setup recently which confuses things?

Merv

On 21 Oct 2020, at 14:44, G6DGK Gavin via groups.io <gavin.keegan=tiscali.co.uk@groups.io> wrote:

Dear Mervyn & All,

The 'old' email system did not work properly for some obscure reason - it was suspected that this might have been due to some members using talk talk as their internet provider, but this claim proved to be untrue. I suggested the move to the 'groups.io' because the Worthing club had experienced similar problems to MSARS originally, but the move to 'groups.io' seemed to cure these problems.

I don't know whether the MSARS intend to cancel the original group email or to run both systems at the same time - perhaps the Committee would advise all members of the future intention.

73,

Gavin


0 14:16, M0WVE Mervyn wrote:
Correction msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.io

On 21 Oct 2020, at 14:15, M0WVE Mervyn <mervyn@westvieweast.com> wrote:
So we now have two Io groups on the go

msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.

I guess we must now post our emails to both groups until it is decided which one is to be deleted?

Still a confused Merv - M0WVE













Re: Mid Sussex Amateur Radio Groups - CORRECTION

G1TDL Mike
 

I set up two io groups to transfer members from the two msars.org.uk groups that I ran.
This was to give members a more reliable service.

/\/\ike G1TDL
The Homestead
Burgess Hill
RH15 0RQ

On 21 Oct 2020, at 20:05, M0XYF Berni <msars@mailfeeder.co.uk> wrote:

Merv,

I don't know why a second groups.io group was set up. Nobody seemed interested at the time I set up the first group, but for whatever reason the new group has way more members, so I'll shut the original group down.

I tried to help out, but to no avail. As long as it's sorted that's all that matters. At least it'll save me the admin overhead.

Berni M0XYF

On 21/10/2020 17:03, M0WVE Mervyn wrote:
Gavin,
That is true about the old email group but we now have two MSARS groups setup on groups.io. The one Bernie setup for us during the summer and a new one that has just appeared

Both groups should work reliably now and I get email from both.

My point is why was a second groups.io setup recently which confuses things?

Merv

On 21 Oct 2020, at 14:44, G6DGK Gavin via groups.io <gavin.keegan=tiscali.co.uk@groups.io> wrote:
Dear Mervyn & All,

The 'old' email system did not work properly for some obscure reason - it was suspected that this might have been due to some members using talk talk as their internet provider, but this claim proved to be untrue. I suggested the move to the 'groups.io' because the Worthing club had experienced similar problems to MSARS originally, but the move to 'groups.io' seemed to cure these problems.

I don't know whether the MSARS intend to cancel the original group email or to run both systems at the same time - perhaps the Committee would advise all members of the future intention.

73,

Gavin


0 14:16, M0WVE Mervyn wrote:
Correction msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.io

On 21 Oct 2020, at 14:15, M0WVE Mervyn <mervyn@westvieweast.com> wrote:
So we now have two Io groups on the go

msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.

I guess we must now post our emails to both groups until it is decided which one is to be deleted?

Still a confused Merv - M0WVE
















Re: Mid Sussex Amateur Radio Groups - CORRECTION

M6IQW Dave <m6iqw@...>
 

I've not had any contact from the club's email system for ages. The new one apoears to be working so if possible, can we agree to go forward with this one?

On 21 October 2020 17:03:02 BST, M0WVE Mervyn <mervyn@...> wrote:
Gavin,
That is true about the old email group but we now have two MSARS groups setup on groups.io. The one Bernie setup for us during the summer and a new one that has just appeared

Both groups should work reliably now and I get email from both.

My point is why was a second groups.io setup recently which confuses things?

Merv

On 21 Oct 2020, at 14:44, G6DGK Gavin via groups.io <gavin.keegan@...> wrote:

Dear Mervyn & All,

The 'old' email system did not work properly for some obscure reason - it was suspected that this might have been due to some members using talk talk as their internet provider, but this claim proved to be untrue. I suggested the move to the 'groups.io' because the Worthing club had experienced similar problems to MSARS originally, but the move to 'groups.io' seemed to cure these problems.

I don't know whether the MSARS intend to cancel the original group email or to run both systems at the same time - perhaps the Committee would advise all members of the future intention.

73,

Gavin


0 14:16, M0WVE Mervyn wrote:
Correction msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.io

On 21 Oct 2020, at 14:15, M0WVE Mervyn <mervyn@...> wrote:

So we now have two Io groups on the go

msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.

I guess we must now post our emails to both groups until it is decided which one is to be deleted?

Still a confused Merv - M0WVE


















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This weekend's contest

M6IQW Dave <m6iqw@...>
 

Is anyone else planning to be involved in this weekend's CQ contest (the year's BIG one).

There's an option to add a club to our personal entry. If there's enough interest to make it worthwhile, we could do a club entry in addition to our personal one.

Cheers all
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New group email system

G8YKV Alan
 

Berni, 
I was not aware that you had set up a groups.io for Msars Members, I not received an invite to join it. Up until Mike G1TDL sent out the invites to join the new group I had not had any emails from the club since 14th May. 
Alan G8YKV.



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Re: New group email system

M0XYF Berni
 

Hi Alan.

Yeah, email's been a mess for a long time. I don't have access to all the members private email addresses, so I could only 'advertise' the original groups.io setup via the old broken email system and via the 70cms repeater net and Zoom.

Anyway, I hope the club can now start to take a fresh look at all it's digital infrastructure. There is much that could be included in a strategic review, such as the website, group communication, private communication, newsletters, online meetings, social media, remote access to updated shack-based resources, training - you name it. There is a vast array of exciting opportunities available. I just hope the club comes out of the Covid crisis with enough momentum to take advantage of them.

Berni M0XYF

On 22/10/2020 08:40, G8YKV Alan wrote:
Berni, 
I was not aware that you had set up a groups.io for Msars Members, I not received an invite to join it. Up until Mike G1TDL sent out the invites to join the new group I had not had any emails from the club since 14th May. 
Alan G8YKV.



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Re: Mid Sussex Amateur Radio Groups - CORRECTION

G6DGK Gavin
 

Dear Mervyn/All,

Some months ago I asked Russell to obtain the committee's agreement to delete the 'old' email system and move to a group.io address because (1).  The old system did not work properly and, (2). the Worthing club, having also experienced group email problems, had also moved to a group.io address and this worked well.

I did not know that the committee had decided to start two new email addresses and do not really understand why this was done - perhaps Russell can provide the answer.

73,

Gavin

On 21/10/2020 17:03, M0WVE Mervyn wrote:
Gavin,
That is true about the old email group but we now have two MSARS groups setup on groups.io. The one Bernie setup for us during the summer and a new one that has just appeared

Both groups should work reliably now and I get email from both.

My point is why was a second groups.io setup recently which confuses things?

Merv

On 21 Oct 2020, at 14:44, G6DGK Gavin via groups.io <gavin.keegan=tiscali.co.uk@groups.io> wrote:

Dear Mervyn & All,

The 'old' email system did not work properly for some obscure reason - it was suspected that this might have been due to some members using talk talk as their internet provider, but this claim proved to be untrue. I suggested the move to the 'groups.io' because the Worthing club had experienced similar problems to MSARS originally, but the move to 'groups.io' seemed to cure these problems.

I don't know whether the MSARS intend to cancel the original group email or to run both systems at the same time - perhaps the Committee would advise all members of the future intention.

73,

Gavin


0 14:16, M0WVE Mervyn wrote:
Correction msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.io

On 21 Oct 2020, at 14:15, M0WVE Mervyn <mervyn@westvieweast.com> wrote:
So we now have two Io groups on the go

msarsmembers@groups.io and Msars@groups.

I guess we must now post our emails to both groups until it is decided which one is to be deleted?

Still a confused Merv - M0WVE













Newsletter

G3XQM Tony
 

Dear Members, I am pleased to advise you that the November edition of the Newsletter is now available. If any of you can supply copy for the December issue, please send that into me: tonyfinch5@...  

73 Tony


An update how I operate radio from home and some important news ...

M5BTB Phil
 

Is this your shack ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQR4e837Q7s


Re: An update how I operate radio from home and some important news ...

G3XQM Tony
 

Hi Phil, nice title.... Any members up for doing an article with photo/s for the newsletter? As my old boss in Jersey used to say 'Let's get Steaming'


From: Msars@groups.io <Msars@groups.io> on behalf of M5BTB Phil via groups.io <philjbrown1@...>
Sent: 02 November 2020 15:20
To: Msars <msars@groups.io>
Subject: [Msars] An update how I operate radio from home and some important news ...
 
Is this your shack ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQR4e837Q7s


Mid Sussex Matters

Mike Mundy
 

A one click link to the newsletter. 

http://msars.org.uk/pdf/newsletters/nov_2020.pdf

/\/\ike
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RH15 0RQ

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Re: Mid Sussex Matters

G3XQM Tony
 

Excellent Mike


From: Msars@groups.io <Msars@groups.io> on behalf of Mike Mundy <mike@...>
Sent: 02 November 2020 16:18
To: msars@groups.io <msars@groups.io>
Subject: [Msars] Mid Sussex Matters
 
A one click link to the newsletter. 

http://msars.org.uk/pdf/newsletters/nov_2020.pdf

/\/\ike
The Homestead
Burgess Hill
RH15 0RQ

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Re: Newsletter

M0TOT Alex
 

Hello Tony,

 

Thank you very much for the November Newsletter.

 

Alex. Henderson m0tot

 

From: Msars@groups.io <Msars@groups.io> On Behalf Of G3XQM Tony
Sent: Monday, November 2, 2020 2:27 PM
To: Msars@groups.io
Subject: [Msars] Newsletter

 

Dear Members, I am pleased to advise you that the November edition of the Newsletter is now available. If any of you can supply copy for the December issue, please send that into me: tonyfinch5@...  

73 Tony


Re: Newsletter

G3XQM Tony
 

Many thanks Alex. Mistake in my email: should have read tonyfinch@... (not outlet!)😁


From: Msars@groups.io <Msars@groups.io> on behalf of M0TOT Alex via groups.io <panda.henderson@...>
Sent: 02 November 2020 19:22
To: Msars@groups.io <Msars@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Msars] Newsletter
 

Hello Tony,

 

Thank you very much for the November Newsletter.

 

Alex. Henderson m0tot

 

From: Msars@groups.io <Msars@groups.io> On Behalf Of G3XQM Tony
Sent: Monday, November 2, 2020 2:27 PM
To: Msars@groups.io
Subject: [Msars] Newsletter

 

Dear Members, I am pleased to advise you that the November edition of the Newsletter is now available. If any of you can supply copy for the December issue, please send that into me: tonyfinch5@...  

73 Tony


50 Ohm Non Inductive Carbon Resistor.

G3WYN Ken
 

I need a replacement for the large 50 ohm tubular resistor in my paint tin "Cantenna" Dummy Load. I've seen a few of these which are about 5 inches long, changing hands at our junk sales over the years.

If you have one in your own junk box I'd be glad to discuss terms with you any time.

Or, if you have a 50 ohm high power dummy load for disposal that might be even better.

This by the way is my  first post to our io group.


Re: 50 Ohm Non Inductive Carbon Resistor.

G1TDL Mike
 

Hi Ken,
Does anyone keep a junk box these days!

/\/\ike
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RH15 0RQ

On 11 Nov 2020, at 17:56, G3WYN Ken via groups.io <G3WYN=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:

I need a replacement for the large 50 ohm tubular resistor in my paint tin "Cantenna" Dummy Load. I've seen a few of these which are about 5 inches long, changing hands at our junk sales over the years.

If you have one in your own junk box I'd be glad to discuss terms with you any time.

Or, if you have a 50 ohm high power dummy load for disposal that might be even better.

This by the way is my first post to our io group.






Re: 50 Ohm Non Inductive Carbon Resistor.

G8JBJ John
 

Just looking in the MFJ catalogue. USD32, part number 119-1500 - 200W continuous.

John

On Thu, 12 Nov 2020 at 19:32, G1TDL Mike <mike@...> wrote:
Hi Ken,
Does anyone  keep a junk box these days!

/\/\ike
The Homestead
Burgess Hill
RH15 0RQ

> On 11 Nov 2020, at 17:56, G3WYN Ken via groups.io <G3WYN=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:
>
> I need a replacement for the large 50 ohm tubular resistor in my paint tin "Cantenna" Dummy Load. I've seen a few of these which are about 5 inches long, changing hands at our junk sales over the years.
>
> If you have one in your own junk box I'd be glad to discuss terms with you any time.
>
> Or, if you have a 50 ohm high power dummy load for disposal that might be even better.
>
> This by the way is my  first post to our io group.
>
>
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