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Everyone .... it is important to keep logs in GMT. Cannot stress this enough. Many years ago I was a QSL Manager for a couple DX stations and had to reject hundreds of QSLs because they could not/would not convert to GMT ... and if they did they forgot to change the date.
I was doing thousands of log pages a week and (yes, paper logs) and it made lots of work for me; so, I adopted a policy of any card that was more than an hour off on time got tossed.
If you use Eqsl, putting in anything other than GMT time with have negative results... LoTW only checks 1/2 hour either side of QSO.
In other words, if you aren't using GMT you're doing yourself a disservice.
Using correct time (GMT) is important ! This is part of the old newbie indoctrination to ham radio. I'm starting to think some folks are missing a lot of basic information from some of the things I've read here.
end of rant ...
From: Matthew King
Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2014 8:28 PM
Subject: Re:  Re: TIME
Lol... I reckon it is EDT now, you're right! UTC wins! Sorry I threw in the Eastern thing.
~ducking flying tomatoes and fruit~
On Tue, Mar 18, 2014 at 9:24 PM, <w3hf@...> wrote: