eQSLMaster is a HAM radio program, that allow to perform various functions using the Electronic QSL Card Centre (eQSL.cc).
With eQSLMaster users of the eQSL.cc system have the ability to upload an entire ADIF format log file (or single QSO) and have it deposited into eQSL central database using LogServices.
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The resource is currently listed in dxzone.com in a single category. The main category is QSL printing, labels, collectors
that is about QSL software.
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