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To send an internet e-mail, one method is as follows:
 
To send an internet e-mail, one method is as follows:
  
To:  EMAIL
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* To:  "EMAIL"
Message:  xxx@yyy.com Here is my text message.
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* Body of Message:  "xxx@yyy.com Here is my text message."
  
A server in New Jersey will pick up that message, send it to the internet e-mail address listed at the beginning of the message text, and you should get a response shortly back from the e-mail server letting you know if the message was delivered.
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A server in New Jersey will pick up that message, send it to the internet e-mail address listed at the beginning of the message text, and you should get a response shortly back from the e-mail server letting you know whether the message was delivered.
  
There are other e-mail servers as well, perhaps people will populate this page with more data so that they can all be properly documented in one place.
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There are other e-mail servers as well. Perhaps people will populate this page with more info so that they can be documented in one place.

Latest revision as of 14:25, 15 August 2007

Any APRS client that has messaging capability also has the capability to send internet e-mail. Receiving is another issue however, due to FCC regulations. An internet or RF-connected APRS user can send messages to any other APRS user though.

To send an internet e-mail, one method is as follows:

  • To: "EMAIL"
  • Body of Message: "xxx@yyy.com Here is my text message."

A server in New Jersey will pick up that message, send it to the internet e-mail address listed at the beginning of the message text, and you should get a response shortly back from the e-mail server letting you know whether the message was delivered.

There are other e-mail servers as well. Perhaps people will populate this page with more info so that they can be documented in one place.

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