Why all that paper stuff? QSL bureaus, clubnights, qsl managers, etc. I like the way eQSL does. It’s easy, fast and modern. Maybe the old generation is not really computer minded, so they prefer the old fashion way. But now I don’t have to go to the qsl manager of once a month a club night where I can get my latest incoming qsl cards. Most of the time I get my eQSL immediately. I check once a week eQSL for answering incoming qsl cards. eQSL is free, but when you pay a few euro’s /dollars a month you can do a lot more, for instance: making or uploading your own qsl card. Or use the propagation forecaster, or upload your ADIF log file and many things more. You can get a lot of awards at eQSL. For those who like to have an award on their wall. I do have worked 110 DXCC so far with QRP and low power and moderate compromise antennas. By now 62% is confirmed with eQSL’s. A think that is pretty good. Radio Amateurs and SWL’s can still sent qsl cards via the bureau to me. I am a member of VERON. But I will not send a card in return by the bureau. Because, I didn’t have paper cards and I won’t have them in the near future.
Read more about QSL-ing and logging by Jeff KE9V.