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Re: Shipping Estimate for QCX+

Ryan Flowers
 

They stopped tracking usage some time back (they announced it) and the GSuite $5/mo per email account for domains has enver tracked that.

Ryan Flowers



On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 11:28 AM jjpurdum via groups.io <jjpurdum=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
The best email host on the planet is Google...

...if you don't mind them tracking your internet usage and then selling it to other business.


Jack, W8TEE

On Thursday, July 9, 2020, 2:13:50 PM EDT, Ryan Flowers <geocrasher@...> wrote:


The best email host on the planet is Google. Their GSuite accounts are $5/mo per account, and well worth it. No two email hosts run things exactly the same, and so email can't be expected to work perfectly. It sucks, but it's the truth. Not to mention that email itself is almost 50 years old and is cobbled together over time to add features it was never intended to have.

Ryan Flowers



On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 11:07 AM Bill Cromwell <wrcromwell@...> wrote:
Hi,

My ISP is charter and they provide up to five email address at
charter.net. I do not use those so I do not have any of those prob;ems.
I have considered activating one but now I have doubts:)

73,

Bill  KU8H

bark less - wag more

On 7/9/20 1:46 PM, Julian N4JO wrote:
> My domain is hosted at charter.net. I don't know if their filtering is
> different for hosted domains vs. their addresses on their own, but
> fortunately I've not had a problem.
>
> Julian N4JO.
>
> On 7/9/2020 12:10 PM, Hans Summers wrote:
>> Hi Dave: your order ID is 36679 and was placed on 21-Jun-2020. The
>> automated email was sent according to the order history. I do not know
>> why you did not receive the email. Some email hosts and some ISPs
>> implement additional layers of spam filtering or server blacklisting
>> which blocks genuine emails along with suspicious ones.
>>
>> Hi Ron: your order ID is 35843 and was placed on 19-May-2020. The
>> automated email was sent according to the order history. However I can
>> see that on your order you entered an incorrect email address - you
>> wrote @gmail.net <http://gmail.net> when you meant @gmail.com
>> <http://gmail.com>. I have just edited your order record to correct
>> the email address, and I sent you a new confirmation email of the
>> amendment. So I am curious to know if you received that.
>>
>> Generally when I hear complaints that people did not receive emails,
>> it is because they entered the wrong email address by mistake, on the
>> order form. There are some mysterious cases such as Dave's. And there
>> are some known hosts such as @charter.net <http://charter.net> which
>> for some reason reject QRP Labs emails entirely before they ever reach
>> the user's email inbox at all.
>>
>> 73 Hans G0UPL
>> http://qrp-labs.com
>>
>> On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 7:53 PM Ron W3ZV <w3zv.radio@...
>> <mailto:w3zv.radio@...>> wrote:
>>
>>     All I got was the PayPal receipt. Ordered QCX+ and case on
>>     5-19-20. Check spam folder daily.
>>
>>
>>     On July 9, 2020 at 01:26:11, Hans Summers (hans.summers@...
>>     <mailto:hans.summers@...>) wrote:
>>
>>>     Hi Dave, all
>>>
>>>     The order confirmation email is sent automatically via the QRP
>>>     Labs shop when the order is placed and paid (via PayPal or credit
>>>     card). A second notification email is sent when it is shipped,
>>>     containing the tracking code (if available), when the darabae is
>>>     updated with this status.
>>>
>>>     Since these emails are both sent by the QRP Labs shop, sometimes
>>>     spam filters mistakenly identify them as spam. So please be sure
>>>     to check your spam folders.
>>>
>>>     73 Hans G0UPL
>>>     http://qrp-labs.com
>>>
>>>     On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, <dbauer@...
>>>     <mailto:dbauer@...>> wrote:
>>>
>>>         Hi Hans
>>>         Just by way of information for you, I also did not receive
>>>         the automatic email confirming my PayPal order for the QCX+
>>>         and associated extras.Having fun building my second QRPLabs
>>>         50 Watt amplifier in the mean time. I wish you good health
>>>         and the strength to balance baby on one hand and QRPLabs on
>>>         the other. Your efforts are much appreciated.
>>>         Dave VE7AHT
>>>
>>
>>     --
>>     Ron W3ZV
>>
>




--
Ryan Flowers - W7RLF
MiscDotGeek - QRP and More


--
Ryan Flowers - W7RLF
MiscDotGeek - QRP and More


Re: Shipping Estimate for QCX+

 

Yup.

For me, the best email host is the one I have control over, which is my own server. I run SMEServer - a Linux distro configured for SOHO. All I need Charter to do is to host my domain and its fixed IP, and I do the rest. I use their server as a backup MX host with mirror email accounts that my server pulls from using fetchmail in the event that my connection goes down. That way I have the best of both worlds.

I also use a Peplink SOHO router rather than any of the main street brands, and I wouldn't use anything else. It has a WiFi WAN backup, so if my ISP goes down I simply activate the hotspot on my mobile phone and it connects directly to the router as an Internet source.

Julian N4JO.

On 7/9/2020 1:28 PM, jjpurdum via groups.io wrote:
The best email host on the planet is Google...

...if you don't mind them tracking your internet usage and then selling it to other business.


Jack, W8TEE

On Thursday, July 9, 2020, 2:13:50 PM EDT, Ryan Flowers <geocrasher@...> wrote:


The best email host on the planet is Google. Their GSuite accounts are $5/mo per account, and well worth it. No two email hosts run things exactly the same, and so email can't be expected to work perfectly. It sucks, but it's the truth. Not to mention that email itself is almost 50 years old and is cobbled together over time to add features it was never intended to have.

Ryan Flowers



On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 11:07 AM Bill Cromwell <wrcromwell@...> wrote:
Hi,

My ISP is charter and they provide up to five email address at
charter.net. I do not use those so I do not have any of those prob;ems.
I have considered activating one but now I have doubts:)

73,

Bill  KU8H

bark less - wag more

On 7/9/20 1:46 PM, Julian N4JO wrote:
> My domain is hosted at charter.net. I don't know if their filtering is
> different for hosted domains vs. their addresses on their own, but
> fortunately I've not had a problem.
>
> Julian N4JO.
>
> On 7/9/2020 12:10 PM, Hans Summers wrote:
>> Hi Dave: your order ID is 36679 and was placed on 21-Jun-2020. The
>> automated email was sent according to the order history. I do not know
>> why you did not receive the email. Some email hosts and some ISPs
>> implement additional layers of spam filtering or server blacklisting
>> which blocks genuine emails along with suspicious ones.
>>
>> Hi Ron: your order ID is 35843 and was placed on 19-May-2020. The
>> automated email was sent according to the order history. However I can
>> see that on your order you entered an incorrect email address - you
>> wrote @gmail.net <http://gmail.net> when you meant @gmail.com
>> <http://gmail.com>. I have just edited your order record to correct
>> the email address, and I sent you a new confirmation email of the
>> amendment. So I am curious to know if you received that.
>>
>> Generally when I hear complaints that people did not receive emails,
>> it is because they entered the wrong email address by mistake, on the
>> order form. There are some mysterious cases such as Dave's. And there
>> are some known hosts such as @charter.net <http://charter.net> which
>> for some reason reject QRP Labs emails entirely before they ever reach
>> the user's email inbox at all.
>>
>> 73 Hans G0UPL
>> http://qrp-labs.com
>>
>> On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 7:53 PM Ron W3ZV <w3zv.radio@...
>> <mailto:w3zv.radio@...>> wrote:
>>
>>     All I got was the PayPal receipt. Ordered QCX+ and case on
>>     5-19-20. Check spam folder daily.
>>
>>
>>     On July 9, 2020 at 01:26:11, Hans Summers (hans.summers@...
>>     <mailto:hans.summers@...>) wrote:
>>
>>>     Hi Dave, all
>>>
>>>     The order confirmation email is sent automatically via the QRP
>>>     Labs shop when the order is placed and paid (via PayPal or credit
>>>     card). A second notification email is sent when it is shipped,
>>>     containing the tracking code (if available), when the darabae is
>>>     updated with this status.
>>>
>>>     Since these emails are both sent by the QRP Labs shop, sometimes
>>>     spam filters mistakenly identify them as spam. So please be sure
>>>     to check your spam folders.
>>>
>>>     73 Hans G0UPL
>>>     http://qrp-labs.com
>>>
>>>     On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, <dbauer@...
>>>     <mailto:dbauer@...>> wrote:
>>>
>>>         Hi Hans
>>>         Just by way of information for you, I also did not receive
>>>         the automatic email confirming my PayPal order for the QCX+
>>>         and associated extras.Having fun building my second QRPLabs
>>>         50 Watt amplifier in the mean time. I wish you good health
>>>         and the strength to balance baby on one hand and QRPLabs on
>>>         the other. Your efforts are much appreciated.
>>>         Dave VE7AHT
>>>
>>
>>     --
>>     Ron W3ZV
>>
>




--
Ryan Flowers - W7RLF
MiscDotGeek - QRP and More


Re: What conduit can do it - way OT

Gwen Patton
 

When I had to run network cabling for work, I got a cheap RC tank from Radio Shack, took off the turret, and used it to tow a string to where the cable had to go. It could roll over the hung ceiling frames and such because it had treads instead of wheels, it was lightweight, radio controlled, and without the turret was only about 5 inches high. Then I'd attach the cable to the string and pull it through.

-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
73,
Gwen, NG3P


On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 11:59 AM Bill NF6R <nf6r.bill@...> wrote:
Another way is to tie a small weights (nuts, washers, roll of electrical tape) to a string and throw it across the area.  Don't use anything that you can't afford to lose (car keys, wedding band).  Works well in a drop ceiling.
--

Bill - NF6R
SKCC 20696 NAQCC 9984 LICWC 690 FISTS 19479 CalQRP 78 Flying Pigs 4181


Re: Shipping Estimate for QCX+

jjpurdum
 

The best email host on the planet is Google...

...if you don't mind them tracking your internet usage and then selling it to other business.


Jack, W8TEE

On Thursday, July 9, 2020, 2:13:50 PM EDT, Ryan Flowers <geocrasher@...> wrote:


The best email host on the planet is Google. Their GSuite accounts are $5/mo per account, and well worth it. No two email hosts run things exactly the same, and so email can't be expected to work perfectly. It sucks, but it's the truth. Not to mention that email itself is almost 50 years old and is cobbled together over time to add features it was never intended to have.

Ryan Flowers



On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 11:07 AM Bill Cromwell <wrcromwell@...> wrote:
Hi,

My ISP is charter and they provide up to five email address at
charter.net. I do not use those so I do not have any of those prob;ems.
I have considered activating one but now I have doubts:)

73,

Bill  KU8H

bark less - wag more

On 7/9/20 1:46 PM, Julian N4JO wrote:
> My domain is hosted at charter.net. I don't know if their filtering is
> different for hosted domains vs. their addresses on their own, but
> fortunately I've not had a problem.
>
> Julian N4JO.
>
> On 7/9/2020 12:10 PM, Hans Summers wrote:
>> Hi Dave: your order ID is 36679 and was placed on 21-Jun-2020. The
>> automated email was sent according to the order history. I do not know
>> why you did not receive the email. Some email hosts and some ISPs
>> implement additional layers of spam filtering or server blacklisting
>> which blocks genuine emails along with suspicious ones.
>>
>> Hi Ron: your order ID is 35843 and was placed on 19-May-2020. The
>> automated email was sent according to the order history. However I can
>> see that on your order you entered an incorrect email address - you
>> wrote @gmail.net <http://gmail.net> when you meant @gmail.com
>> <http://gmail.com>. I have just edited your order record to correct
>> the email address, and I sent you a new confirmation email of the
>> amendment. So I am curious to know if you received that.
>>
>> Generally when I hear complaints that people did not receive emails,
>> it is because they entered the wrong email address by mistake, on the
>> order form. There are some mysterious cases such as Dave's. And there
>> are some known hosts such as @charter.net <http://charter.net> which
>> for some reason reject QRP Labs emails entirely before they ever reach
>> the user's email inbox at all.
>>
>> 73 Hans G0UPL
>> http://qrp-labs.com
>>
>> On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 7:53 PM Ron W3ZV <w3zv.radio@...
>> <mailto:w3zv.radio@...>> wrote:
>>
>>     All I got was the PayPal receipt. Ordered QCX+ and case on
>>     5-19-20. Check spam folder daily.
>>
>>
>>     On July 9, 2020 at 01:26:11, Hans Summers (hans.summers@...
>>     <mailto:hans.summers@...>) wrote:
>>
>>>     Hi Dave, all
>>>
>>>     The order confirmation email is sent automatically via the QRP
>>>     Labs shop when the order is placed and paid (via PayPal or credit
>>>     card). A second notification email is sent when it is shipped,
>>>     containing the tracking code (if available), when the darabae is
>>>     updated with this status.
>>>
>>>     Since these emails are both sent by the QRP Labs shop, sometimes
>>>     spam filters mistakenly identify them as spam. So please be sure
>>>     to check your spam folders.
>>>
>>>     73 Hans G0UPL
>>>     http://qrp-labs.com
>>>
>>>     On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, <dbauer@...
>>>     <mailto:dbauer@...>> wrote:
>>>
>>>         Hi Hans
>>>         Just by way of information for you, I also did not receive
>>>         the automatic email confirming my PayPal order for the QCX+
>>>         and associated extras.Having fun building my second QRPLabs
>>>         50 Watt amplifier in the mean time. I wish you good health
>>>         and the strength to balance baby on one hand and QRPLabs on
>>>         the other. Your efforts are much appreciated.
>>>         Dave VE7AHT
>>>
>>
>>     --
>>     Ron W3ZV
>>
>




--
Ryan Flowers - W7RLF
MiscDotGeek - QRP and More


Re: Shipping Estimate for QCX+

Gary Bernard
 

As long as we keep Hans busy answering shipping questions most surely nothing else will get done. Aren't there more important things for Hans to do, maybe look after the new baby? Just my thoughts.
Gary W0CKI


-----Original Message-----
To: QRPLabs@groups.io
Sent: Thu, Jul 9, 2020 11:48 am
Subject: Re: [QRPLabs] Shipping Estimate for QCX+

Hi Hans
Not sure which Dave you are referring to: dbauer@..., or David R.Hassall WA5DJJ. There are just too many Dave's hi hi. My Paypal
indicates June 19th, but maybe my order was placed on 21-Jun ? No worries as long as I am in the stream.
Cheers
Dave VE7AHT
 
Sent: Thursday, July 9, 2020 10:10
Subject: Re: [QRPLabs] Shipping Estimate for QCX+
 
Hi Dave: your order ID is 36679 and was placed on 21-Jun-2020. The automated email was sent according to the order history. I do not know why you did not receive the email. Some email hosts and some ISPs implement additional layers of spam filtering or server blacklisting which blocks genuine emails along with suspicious ones.
 
Hi Ron: your order ID is 35843 and was placed on 19-May-2020. The automated email was sent according to the order history. However I can see that on your order you entered an incorrect email address - you wrote @gmail.net when you meant @gmail.com. I have just edited your order record to correct the email address, and I sent you a new confirmation email of the amendment. So I am curious to know if you received that.
 
Generally when I hear complaints that people did not receive emails, it is because they entered the wrong email address by mistake, on the order form. There are some mysterious cases such as Dave's. And there are some known hosts such as @charter.net which for some reason reject QRP Labs emails entirely before they ever reach the user's email inbox at all.
 
73 Hans G0UPL
http://qrp-labs.com
 
On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 7:53 PM Ron W3ZV <w3zv.radio@...> wrote:
All I got was the PayPal receipt. Ordered QCX+ and case on 5-19-20. Check spam folder daily.
 

On July 9, 2020 at 01:26:11, Hans Summers (hans.summers@...) wrote:
Hi Dave, all
 
The order confirmation email is sent automatically via the QRP Labs shop when the order is placed and paid (via PayPal or credit card). A second notification email is sent when it is shipped, containing the tracking code (if available), when the darabae is updated with this status.
 
Since these emails are both sent by the QRP Labs shop, sometimes spam filters mistakenly identify them as spam. So please be sure to check your spam folders.
 
73 Hans G0UPL
http://qrp-labs.com

On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, <dbauer@...> wrote:
Hi Hans
 
Just by way of information for you, I also did not receive the automatic email confirming my PayPal order for the QCX+ and associated extras.Having fun building my second QRPLabs 50 Watt amplifier in the mean time. I wish you good health and the strength to balance baby on one hand and QRPLabs on the other. Your efforts are much appreciated.
 
Dave VE7AHT

--
Ron W3ZV


Re: Shipping Estimate for QCX+

Ryan Flowers
 

The best email host on the planet is Google. Their GSuite accounts are $5/mo per account, and well worth it. No two email hosts run things exactly the same, and so email can't be expected to work perfectly. It sucks, but it's the truth. Not to mention that email itself is almost 50 years old and is cobbled together over time to add features it was never intended to have.

Ryan Flowers



On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 11:07 AM Bill Cromwell <wrcromwell@...> wrote:
Hi,

My ISP is charter and they provide up to five email address at
charter.net. I do not use those so I do not have any of those prob;ems.
I have considered activating one but now I have doubts:)

73,

Bill  KU8H

bark less - wag more

On 7/9/20 1:46 PM, Julian N4JO wrote:
> My domain is hosted at charter.net. I don't know if their filtering is
> different for hosted domains vs. their addresses on their own, but
> fortunately I've not had a problem.
>
> Julian N4JO.
>
> On 7/9/2020 12:10 PM, Hans Summers wrote:
>> Hi Dave: your order ID is 36679 and was placed on 21-Jun-2020. The
>> automated email was sent according to the order history. I do not know
>> why you did not receive the email. Some email hosts and some ISPs
>> implement additional layers of spam filtering or server blacklisting
>> which blocks genuine emails along with suspicious ones.
>>
>> Hi Ron: your order ID is 35843 and was placed on 19-May-2020. The
>> automated email was sent according to the order history. However I can
>> see that on your order you entered an incorrect email address - you
>> wrote @gmail.net <http://gmail.net> when you meant @gmail.com
>> <http://gmail.com>. I have just edited your order record to correct
>> the email address, and I sent you a new confirmation email of the
>> amendment. So I am curious to know if you received that.
>>
>> Generally when I hear complaints that people did not receive emails,
>> it is because they entered the wrong email address by mistake, on the
>> order form. There are some mysterious cases such as Dave's. And there
>> are some known hosts such as @charter.net <http://charter.net> which
>> for some reason reject QRP Labs emails entirely before they ever reach
>> the user's email inbox at all.
>>
>> 73 Hans G0UPL
>> http://qrp-labs.com
>>
>> On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 7:53 PM Ron W3ZV <w3zv.radio@...
>> <mailto:w3zv.radio@...>> wrote:
>>
>>     All I got was the PayPal receipt. Ordered QCX+ and case on
>>     5-19-20. Check spam folder daily.
>>
>>
>>     On July 9, 2020 at 01:26:11, Hans Summers (hans.summers@...
>>     <mailto:hans.summers@...>) wrote:
>>
>>>     Hi Dave, all
>>>
>>>     The order confirmation email is sent automatically via the QRP
>>>     Labs shop when the order is placed and paid (via PayPal or credit
>>>     card). A second notification email is sent when it is shipped,
>>>     containing the tracking code (if available), when the darabae is
>>>     updated with this status.
>>>
>>>     Since these emails are both sent by the QRP Labs shop, sometimes
>>>     spam filters mistakenly identify them as spam. So please be sure
>>>     to check your spam folders.
>>>
>>>     73 Hans G0UPL
>>>     http://qrp-labs.com
>>>
>>>     On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, <dbauer@...
>>>     <mailto:dbauer@...>> wrote:
>>>
>>>         Hi Hans
>>>         Just by way of information for you, I also did not receive
>>>         the automatic email confirming my PayPal order for the QCX+
>>>         and associated extras.Having fun building my second QRPLabs
>>>         50 Watt amplifier in the mean time. I wish you good health
>>>         and the strength to balance baby on one hand and QRPLabs on
>>>         the other. Your efforts are much appreciated.
>>>         Dave VE7AHT
>>>
>>
>>     --
>>     Ron W3ZV
>>
>




--
Ryan Flowers - W7RLF
MiscDotGeek - QRP and More


Re: Shipping Estimate for QCX+

Bill Cromwell
 

Hi,

My ISP is charter and they provide up to five email address at charter.net. I do not use those so I do not have any of those prob;ems. I have considered activating one but now I have doubts:)

73,

Bill KU8H

bark less - wag more

On 7/9/20 1:46 PM, Julian N4JO wrote:
My domain is hosted at charter.net. I don't know if their filtering is different for hosted domains vs. their addresses on their own, but fortunately I've not had a problem.
Julian N4JO.
On 7/9/2020 12:10 PM, Hans Summers wrote:
Hi Dave: your order ID is 36679 and was placed on 21-Jun-2020. The automated email was sent according to the order history. I do not know why you did not receive the email. Some email hosts and some ISPs implement additional layers of spam filtering or server blacklisting which blocks genuine emails along with suspicious ones.

Hi Ron: your order ID is 35843 and was placed on 19-May-2020. The automated email was sent according to the order history. However I can see that on your order you entered an incorrect email address - you wrote @gmail.net <http://gmail.net> when you meant @gmail.com <http://gmail.com>. I have just edited your order record to correct the email address, and I sent you a new confirmation email of the amendment. So I am curious to know if you received that.

Generally when I hear complaints that people did not receive emails, it is because they entered the wrong email address by mistake, on the order form. There are some mysterious cases such as Dave's. And there are some known hosts such as @charter.net <http://charter.net> which for some reason reject QRP Labs emails entirely before they ever reach the user's email inbox at all.

73 Hans G0UPL
http://qrp-labs.com

On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 7:53 PM Ron W3ZV <w3zv.radio@gmail.com <mailto:w3zv.radio@gmail.com>> wrote:

All I got was the PayPal receipt. Ordered QCX+ and case on
5-19-20. Check spam folder daily.


On July 9, 2020 at 01:26:11, Hans Summers (hans.summers@gmail.com
<mailto:hans.summers@gmail.com>) wrote:

Hi Dave, all

The order confirmation email is sent automatically via the QRP
Labs shop when the order is placed and paid (via PayPal or credit
card). A second notification email is sent when it is shipped,
containing the tracking code (if available), when the darabae is
updated with this status.

Since these emails are both sent by the QRP Labs shop, sometimes
spam filters mistakenly identify them as spam. So please be sure
to check your spam folders.

73 Hans G0UPL
http://qrp-labs.com

On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, <dbauer@telus.net
<mailto:dbauer@telus.net>> wrote:

Hi Hans
Just by way of information for you, I also did not receive
the automatic email confirming my PayPal order for the QCX+
and associated extras.Having fun building my second QRPLabs
50 Watt amplifier in the mean time. I wish you good health
and the strength to balance baby on one hand and QRPLabs on
the other. Your efforts are much appreciated.
Dave VE7AHT
--
Ron W3ZV


Re: Shipping Estimate for QCX+

dbauer@...
 

Hi Hans
Not sure which Dave you are referring to: dbauer@..., or David R.Hassall WA5DJJ. There are just too many Dave's hi hi. My Paypal
indicates June 19th, but maybe my order was placed on 21-Jun ? No worries as long as I am in the stream.
Cheers
Dave VE7AHT
 

From: Hans Summers
Sent: Thursday, July 9, 2020 10:10
To: QRPLabs@groups.io
Subject: Re: [QRPLabs] Shipping Estimate for QCX+
 
Hi Dave: your order ID is 36679 and was placed on 21-Jun-2020. The automated email was sent according to the order history. I do not know why you did not receive the email. Some email hosts and some ISPs implement additional layers of spam filtering or server blacklisting which blocks genuine emails along with suspicious ones.
 
Hi Ron: your order ID is 35843 and was placed on 19-May-2020. The automated email was sent according to the order history. However I can see that on your order you entered an incorrect email address - you wrote @gmail.net when you meant @gmail.com. I have just edited your order record to correct the email address, and I sent you a new confirmation email of the amendment. So I am curious to know if you received that.
 
Generally when I hear complaints that people did not receive emails, it is because they entered the wrong email address by mistake, on the order form. There are some mysterious cases such as Dave's. And there are some known hosts such as @charter.net which for some reason reject QRP Labs emails entirely before they ever reach the user's email inbox at all.
 
73 Hans G0UPL
http://qrp-labs.com
 
On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 7:53 PM Ron W3ZV <w3zv.radio@...> wrote:
All I got was the PayPal receipt. Ordered QCX+ and case on 5-19-20. Check spam folder daily.
 

On July 9, 2020 at 01:26:11, Hans Summers (hans.summers@...) wrote:

Hi Dave, all
 
The order confirmation email is sent automatically via the QRP Labs shop when the order is placed and paid (via PayPal or credit card). A second notification email is sent when it is shipped, containing the tracking code (if available), when the darabae is updated with this status.
 
Since these emails are both sent by the QRP Labs shop, sometimes spam filters mistakenly identify them as spam. So please be sure to check your spam folders.
 
73 Hans G0UPL
http://qrp-labs.com

On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, <dbauer@...> wrote:
Hi Hans
 
Just by way of information for you, I also did not receive the automatic email confirming my PayPal order for the QCX+ and associated extras.Having fun building my second QRPLabs 50 Watt amplifier in the mean time. I wish you good health and the strength to balance baby on one hand and QRPLabs on the other. Your efforts are much appreciated.
 
Dave VE7AHT

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Ron W3ZV


Re: Shipping Estimate for QCX+

 

My domain is hosted at charter.net. I don't know if their filtering is different for hosted domains vs. their addresses on their own, but fortunately I've not had a problem.

Julian N4JO.

On 7/9/2020 12:10 PM, Hans Summers wrote:
Hi Dave: your order ID is 36679 and was placed on 21-Jun-2020. The automated email was sent according to the order history. I do not know why you did not receive the email. Some email hosts and some ISPs implement additional layers of spam filtering or server blacklisting which blocks genuine emails along with suspicious ones. 

Hi Ron: your order ID is 35843 and was placed on 19-May-2020. The automated email was sent according to the order history. However I can see that on your order you entered an incorrect email address - you wrote @gmail.net when you meant @gmail.com. I have just edited your order record to correct the email address, and I sent you a new confirmation email of the amendment. So I am curious to know if you received that. 

Generally when I hear complaints that people did not receive emails, it is because they entered the wrong email address by mistake, on the order form. There are some mysterious cases such as Dave's. And there are some known hosts such as @charter.net which for some reason reject QRP Labs emails entirely before they ever reach the user's email inbox at all. 

73 Hans G0UPL
http://qrp-labs.com

On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 7:53 PM Ron W3ZV <w3zv.radio@...> wrote:
All I got was the PayPal receipt. Ordered QCX+ and case on 5-19-20. Check spam folder daily.


On July 9, 2020 at 01:26:11, Hans Summers (hans.summers@...) wrote:

Hi Dave, all

The order confirmation email is sent automatically via the QRP Labs shop when the order is placed and paid (via PayPal or credit card). A second notification email is sent when it is shipped, containing the tracking code (if available), when the darabae is updated with this status. 

Since these emails are both sent by the QRP Labs shop, sometimes spam filters mistakenly identify them as spam. So please be sure to check your spam folders.

73 Hans G0UPL 
http://qrp-labs.com

On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, <dbauer@...> wrote:
Hi Hans
 
Just by way of information for you, I also did not receive the automatic email confirming my PayPal order for the QCX+ and associated extras.Having fun building my second QRPLabs 50 Watt amplifier in the mean time. I wish you good health and the strength to balance baby on one hand and QRPLabs on the other. Your efforts are much appreciated.
 
Dave VE7AHT

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Ron W3ZV


Re: Shipping Estimate for QCX+

Hans Summers
 

Hi all

Ron W3ZV has confirmed that the confirmation email of the amendment (correction to his email address on the order form) did arrive. So there is no mystery on that one. 

I do believe that in somewhere over 98% of cases, the email notifications system is working properly for people without any incident. 

73 Hans G0UPL
http://qrp-labs.com

On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 8:10 PM Hans Summers via groups.io <hans.summers=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi Dave: your order ID is 36679 and was placed on 21-Jun-2020. The automated email was sent according to the order history. I do not know why you did not receive the email. Some email hosts and some ISPs implement additional layers of spam filtering or server blacklisting which blocks genuine emails along with suspicious ones. 

Hi Ron: your order ID is 35843 and was placed on 19-May-2020. The automated email was sent according to the order history. However I can see that on your order you entered an incorrect email address - you wrote @gmail.net when you meant @gmail.com. I have just edited your order record to correct the email address, and I sent you a new confirmation email of the amendment. So I am curious to know if you received that. 

Generally when I hear complaints that people did not receive emails, it is because they entered the wrong email address by mistake, on the order form. There are some mysterious cases such as Dave's. And there are some known hosts such as @charter.net which for some reason reject QRP Labs emails entirely before they ever reach the user's email inbox at all. 

73 Hans G0UPL
http://qrp-labs.com

On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 7:53 PM Ron W3ZV <w3zv.radio@...> wrote:
All I got was the PayPal receipt. Ordered QCX+ and case on 5-19-20. Check spam folder daily.


On July 9, 2020 at 01:26:11, Hans Summers (hans.summers@...) wrote:

Hi Dave, all

The order confirmation email is sent automatically via the QRP Labs shop when the order is placed and paid (via PayPal or credit card). A second notification email is sent when it is shipped, containing the tracking code (if available), when the darabae is updated with this status. 

Since these emails are both sent by the QRP Labs shop, sometimes spam filters mistakenly identify them as spam. So please be sure to check your spam folders.

73 Hans G0UPL 
http://qrp-labs.com

On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, <dbauer@...> wrote:
Hi Hans
 
Just by way of information for you, I also did not receive the automatic email confirming my PayPal order for the QCX+ and associated extras.Having fun building my second QRPLabs 50 Watt amplifier in the mean time. I wish you good health and the strength to balance baby on one hand and QRPLabs on the other. Your efforts are much appreciated.
 
Dave VE7AHT


--
Ron W3ZV


Re: Shipping Estimate for QCX+

Hans Summers
 

Hi Dave: your order ID is 36679 and was placed on 21-Jun-2020. The automated email was sent according to the order history. I do not know why you did not receive the email. Some email hosts and some ISPs implement additional layers of spam filtering or server blacklisting which blocks genuine emails along with suspicious ones. 

Hi Ron: your order ID is 35843 and was placed on 19-May-2020. The automated email was sent according to the order history. However I can see that on your order you entered an incorrect email address - you wrote @gmail.net when you meant @gmail.com. I have just edited your order record to correct the email address, and I sent you a new confirmation email of the amendment. So I am curious to know if you received that. 

Generally when I hear complaints that people did not receive emails, it is because they entered the wrong email address by mistake, on the order form. There are some mysterious cases such as Dave's. And there are some known hosts such as @charter.net which for some reason reject QRP Labs emails entirely before they ever reach the user's email inbox at all. 

73 Hans G0UPL
http://qrp-labs.com

On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 7:53 PM Ron W3ZV <w3zv.radio@...> wrote:
All I got was the PayPal receipt. Ordered QCX+ and case on 5-19-20. Check spam folder daily.


On July 9, 2020 at 01:26:11, Hans Summers (hans.summers@...) wrote:

Hi Dave, all

The order confirmation email is sent automatically via the QRP Labs shop when the order is placed and paid (via PayPal or credit card). A second notification email is sent when it is shipped, containing the tracking code (if available), when the darabae is updated with this status. 

Since these emails are both sent by the QRP Labs shop, sometimes spam filters mistakenly identify them as spam. So please be sure to check your spam folders.

73 Hans G0UPL 
http://qrp-labs.com

On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, <dbauer@...> wrote:
Hi Hans
 
Just by way of information for you, I also did not receive the automatic email confirming my PayPal order for the QCX+ and associated extras.Having fun building my second QRPLabs 50 Watt amplifier in the mean time. I wish you good health and the strength to balance baby on one hand and QRPLabs on the other. Your efforts are much appreciated.
 
Dave VE7AHT


--
Ron W3ZV


Re: Shipping Estimate for QCX+

Ron W3ZV
 

All I got was the PayPal receipt. Ordered QCX+ and case on 5-19-20. Check spam folder daily.


On July 9, 2020 at 01:26:11, Hans Summers (hans.summers@...) wrote:

Hi Dave, all

The order confirmation email is sent automatically via the QRP Labs shop when the order is placed and paid (via PayPal or credit card). A second notification email is sent when it is shipped, containing the tracking code (if available), when the darabae is updated with this status. 

Since these emails are both sent by the QRP Labs shop, sometimes spam filters mistakenly identify them as spam. So please be sure to check your spam folders.

73 Hans G0UPL 
http://qrp-labs.com

On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, <dbauer@...> wrote:
Hi Hans
 
Just by way of information for you, I also did not receive the automatic email confirming my PayPal order for the QCX+ and associated extras.Having fun building my second QRPLabs 50 Watt amplifier in the mean time. I wish you good health and the strength to balance baby on one hand and QRPLabs on the other. Your efforts are much appreciated.
 
Dave VE7AHT


--
Ron W3ZV


Re: What conduit can do it - way OT

Bill NF6R CA
 

Another way is to tie a small weights (nuts, washers, roll of electrical tape) to a string and throw it across the area.  Don't use anything that you can't afford to lose (car keys, wedding band).  Works well in a drop ceiling.
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Bill - NF6R
SKCC 20696 NAQCC 9984 LICWC 690 FISTS 19479 CalQRP 78 Flying Pigs 4181


Re: What conduit can do it - way OT

geoff M0ORE
 

Move the shack with a  a shorter run. Seriously, use best quality coax to reduce noise from the wiring.

On 09/07/2020 15:43, KI7MWA via groups.io wrote:
This question comes from out in Left Field...but I couldn't think of a better place to start an inquiry...

I need to run my coax feed line through a mess of plumbing/wiring/metal studs/etc.  There is no straight shot through, so rigid conduit is out.  Standard flex conduit is a pain in the *ss.  I was thinking about using pex-al-pex.  Do I need the extra shielding?  Would standard pex be just fine?  

Thoughts?  Other options?  Forget the whole thing?


Re: What conduit can do it - way OT

KI7MWA
 

I suppose I should also mention that the route will be taking the feed line past things like a 120VAC to 12VDC transformer.


Re: What conduit can do it - way OT

Michael N6MST
 

Ah, that makes sense. If regular pex is flexible enough then I think that sounds like a good option.


Re: What conduit can do it - way OT

K2DB Paul Mackanos
 



On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 11:09 AM KI7MWA via groups.io <entilleser=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
It is more the "pushing on a noodle" problem.  I need enough rigidity to shove it through the places I can't reach, but not so much I can't work it around obstructions.  And, there is a problem with the metal studs, that often have sharp edges that could savage the coax outer jacket.


Re: What conduit can do it - way OT

KI7MWA
 

It is more the "pushing on a noodle" problem.  I need enough rigidity to shove it through the places I can't reach, but not so much I can't work it around obstructions.  And, there is a problem with the metal studs, that often have sharp edges that could savage the coax outer jacket.


Re: What conduit can do it - way OT

Michael N6MST
 

First off, is it even necessary to use conduit in your situation? If so, what kind of coax? If you actually do need to protect the cable from damage and need it to be flexible you could use a rubber garden hose.


What conduit can do it - way OT

KI7MWA
 

This question comes from out in Left Field...but I couldn't think of a better place to start an inquiry...

I need to run my coax feed line through a mess of plumbing/wiring/metal studs/etc.  There is no straight shot through, so rigid conduit is out.  Standard flex conduit is a pain in the *ss.  I was thinking about using pex-al-pex.  Do I need the extra shielding?  Would standard pex be just fine?  

Thoughts?  Other options?  Forget the whole thing?

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