[aprssig] Emailing via WinLink..

Lee lee.inman at gmail.com
Fri Apr 15 13:41:26 EDT 2005

 There are many paths that a Winlink email message can take; Telpac is only 
one. Another could be purely Internet. Even so, I don't understand how 
receiving an email via your ISP could violate your Amateur license 
conditions. but then, I've never had the opportunity to become familiar with 
them. Maybe you could explain.
 73, Lee K0QED

 On 4/15/05, Andre PE1RDW <aprs at pe1rdw.demon.nl> wrote: 
> Lee schreef:
> > Bob,
> >
> > The act of someone sending an email using Winlink will automatically
> > place the recipient's email address in the "approved" list on the
> > Winlink email servers. Once that person's email address is in
> > the approved email address list they can send mail back to the Winlink
> > user. So, if you have recently received email through the Winlink
> > system you should be able to reply.
> >
> > Now, if you've only received an APRS message asking you to send a
> > reply to a Winlink address, then you may have to go register your
> > email address yourself. Normally, if someone wants you to use their
> > Winlink address they would either send you a message using the Winlink
> > system or add your email address manually.
> >
> > Hope that helps.
> >
> > 73, Lee K0QED
> I sure hope nobody will send me a mail trough winlink, that would make
> the telpack gateway violate the licence conditions, we are not alowed to
> transmit or retransmit messages from or to third parties.
> 73 de Andre PE1RDW
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