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Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

Siegfried Jackstien
 

Sweeeeeeet :-) 

Am 18.06.2022 14:07 schrieb Simon Brown <simon@...>:

How about a puppy instead?



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Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?
 
Add me to the list who would appreciate AFE822x diversity/ phasing support.

Mike N2MS
On 06/18/2022 7:33 AM Uwe S. <uwe57er@...> wrote:


You are not alone

I also have an AFE822x SDR-Net (dual channel) and would be very happy about diversity/phasing support.

Greetings Uwe

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Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

Simon Brown
 

Sadly not, belongs to another ham a few counties away.

I lost my spaniel two weeks ago, hoping to get a rescue cocker x springer next week, I am on the list of potential adopters. 


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Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?
 
Cute.
Is she making herself comfortable in your home?
73 / Ingolf

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Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

sm6fhz
 

Cute.
Is she making herself comfortable in your home?
73 / Ingolf


Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

Larry Dodd
 

All,
It amazes me that the stream of special interest requests keep rolling in relentlessly. Simon has done an amazing and remarkable job with SDR Console. It can’t and shouldn’t fit everyone’s specialized desires. Eventually it could becomes totally unmanageable. Time to give Simon a break and let him enjoy his life. 
Larry K4LED 

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On Jun 18, 2022, at 7:36 AM, Simon Brown <simon@...> wrote:


Hi,

I can't code 24 x 7 forever! 

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Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?
 
Hi.
It saddens me to hear that support of Dual Channel SDR's is way down the line.
There has been former threads here discussing this subject over time. I see it is in the "Future" list here:  https://www.sdr-radio.com/Future
I also have a AFE822x SDR-Net (Dual Channel), so there are a few around.
I would guess that there is a larger audience for Dual Channel SDR's than for future multi channel SDR's.

There are many interesting and nice features that could be realized with one of those Dual Channel SDR's.
I made a short write-up on Beam and Notch Steering using a Dual Channel SDR.
I enclose it as an PDF-file (413 kB). I hope it would not be dropped due to limited disk quota :-)

73 / Ingolf, SM6FHZ

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Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

Simon Brown
 

How about a puppy instead?



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Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?
 
Add me to the list who would appreciate AFE822x diversity/ phasing support.

Mike N2MS
On 06/18/2022 7:33 AM Uwe S. <uwe57er@...> wrote:


You are not alone

I also have an AFE822x SDR-Net (dual channel) and would be very happy about diversity/phasing support.

Greetings Uwe

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Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

N2MS
 

Add me to the list who would appreciate AFE822x diversity/ phasing support.

Mike N2MS

On 06/18/2022 7:33 AM Uwe S. <uwe57er@...> wrote:


You are not alone

I also have an AFE822x SDR-Net (dual channel) and would be very happy about diversity/phasing support.

Greetings Uwe
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Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

Simon Brown
 

Hi,

I can't code 24 x 7 forever! 


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Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?
 
Hi.
It saddens me to hear that support of Dual Channel SDR's is way down the line.
There has been former threads here discussing this subject over time. I see it is in the "Future" list here:  https://www.sdr-radio.com/Future
I also have a AFE822x SDR-Net (Dual Channel), so there are a few around.
I would guess that there is a larger audience for Dual Channel SDR's than for future multi channel SDR's.

There are many interesting and nice features that could be realized with one of those Dual Channel SDR's.
I made a short write-up on Beam and Notch Steering using a Dual Channel SDR.
I enclose it as an PDF-file (413 kB). I hope it would not be dropped due to limited disk quota :-)

73 / Ingolf, SM6FHZ

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Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

 

You are not alone

I also have an AFE822x SDR-Net (dual channel) and would be very happy about diversity/phasing support.
 
Greetings Uwe


Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

sm6fhz
 

Hi.
It saddens me to hear that support of Dual Channel SDR's is way down the line.
There has been former threads here discussing this subject over time. I see it is in the "Future" list here:  https://www.sdr-radio.com/Future
I also have a AFE822x SDR-Net (Dual Channel), so there are a few around.
I would guess that there is a larger audience for Dual Channel SDR's than for future multi channel SDR's.

There are many interesting and nice features that could be realized with one of those Dual Channel SDR's.
I made a short write-up on Beam and Notch Steering using a Dual Channel SDR.
I enclose it as an PDF-file (413 kB). I hope it would not be dropped due to limited disk quota :-)

73 / Ingolf, SM6FHZ


Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

Simon Brown
 

ELAD is class.


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Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?
 

Hello Simon, I can add my name to the list of dual Afedri users, for me it is even more esoteric. EME.

 

Can I also just say how delighted I am with the FDM-S3! An excellent piece of advice from you Simon. It can handle anything that I throw at it so far and it makes a superb band scope with SDRC when I am doing contests. I have one HF input in use for 6m, the other for the transverters and the VHF input for Band II. I will almost certainly get another one. I go to FH next week and I will see if the Elad 2 channel DUO-X project is still alive.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6WoTZbk_JI

 

I am off work for 3 weeks from next week and I will be getting my newly acquired FDM-DUO going. I intend using it mainly to drive transverters. I think I am turning into an ELAD fan boy 😊

 

73

 

Conrad PA5Y

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of Simon Brown via groups.io
Sent: 18 June 2022 07:55
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Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

 

Hi,

 

Unlikely. As this is a minority interest and is covered by HDSDR then I'm tempted to leave it for now. Were there a four (or more) channel SDR then I would look at this, but certainly for the rest of 2022 I'm working on other areas of SDR.

 

Sorry - taking it a bit easier this year...


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Subject: [SDR-Radio] Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

 

Simon,

Will there ever be dual channel support for the Afedri SDR's to enable phasing? Or support for the Afedri SDR Network Control Box, that works with HDSDR, to do same?

Regards,

Dave Aichelman     N7NZH     Grants Pass, Oregon


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Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

Conrad, PA5Y
 

Hello Simon, I can add my name to the list of dual Afedri users, for me it is even more esoteric. EME.

 

Can I also just say how delighted I am with the FDM-S3! An excellent piece of advice from you Simon. It can handle anything that I throw at it so far and it makes a superb band scope with SDRC when I am doing contests. I have one HF input in use for 6m, the other for the transverters and the VHF input for Band II. I will almost certainly get another one. I go to FH next week and I will see if the Elad 2 channel DUO-X project is still alive.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6WoTZbk_JI

 

I am off work for 3 weeks from next week and I will be getting my newly acquired FDM-DUO going. I intend using it mainly to drive transverters. I think I am turning into an ELAD fan boy 😊

 

73

 

Conrad PA5Y

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of Simon Brown via groups.io
Sent: 18 June 2022 07:55
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

 

Hi,

 

Unlikely. As this is a minority interest and is covered by HDSDR then I'm tempted to leave it for now. Were there a four (or more) channel SDR then I would look at this, but certainly for the rest of 2022 I'm working on other areas of SDR.

 

Sorry - taking it a bit easier this year...


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Subject: [SDR-Radio] Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

 

Simon,

Will there ever be dual channel support for the Afedri SDR's to enable phasing? Or support for the Afedri SDR Network Control Box, that works with HDSDR, to do same?

Regards,

Dave Aichelman     N7NZH     Grants Pass, Oregon


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Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

daiche
 

Thanks Simon for responding. HDSDR is fine and I considered a 2nd program offering support, would be icing on the cake. BTW, I am quite pleased with V3 and like the Scheduler options and G33DDC support very much. Thank You and do take a well deserved break.

Dave Aichelman     N7NZH     Grants Pass, Oregon


Re: Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

Simon Brown
 

Hi,

Unlikely. As this is a minority interest and is covered by HDSDR then I'm tempted to leave it for now. Were there a four (or more) channel SDR then I would look at this, but certainly for the rest of 2022 I'm working on other areas of SDR.

Sorry - taking it a bit easier this year...


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To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io>
Subject: [SDR-Radio] Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?
 
Simon,

Will there ever be dual channel support for the Afedri SDR's to enable phasing? Or support for the Afedri SDR Network Control Box, that works with HDSDR, to do same?

Regards,

Dave Aichelman     N7NZH     Grants Pass, Oregon

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Afedri AFE822X dual channel Diversity/phasing support?

daiche
 

Simon,

Will there ever be dual channel support for the Afedri SDR's to enable phasing? Or support for the Afedri SDR Network Control Box, that works with HDSDR, to do same?

Regards,

Dave Aichelman     N7NZH     Grants Pass, Oregon


Re: Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS

jdow
 

The only think I can think of is you're trying to dock it on the matrix window or one of the other windows that can come up. That may not work unless Simon found some magic.

{^_^}

On 20220616 03:18:25, Nicholas Shaxted wrote:

I tried that. I move the DSP window according and it remains floating. I select “docking” and it flies back to where I started.

I’m still in the school of thinking I am doing something wrong.

 

I’m in the middle of mounting my 3.4GHz feed and pre-amp on the dish and as there are no drag and drop Windows features I need to measure twice, tighten and measure again….and eventually start again. A spotting laser helps no end.

 

I’ll return to the Windows receiver issues next week once I am done fitting the hardware to the mast

 

Thanks all.

 

 

Nick – g4ogi

 

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of jdow via groups.io
Sent: 16 June 2022 11:02
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS

 

Did you see my post with the pictures? (Or did they not make it?)

This is a very standard Windows GUI metaphor. It's best to learn how to do it.

{o..o}

On 20220616 02:17:45, Nicholas Shaxted wrote:

Thanks Max,

I have tried all of that and am left with a floating panel.

As soon as I click to dock it the panel flies back to the RHS and docks.

 

For now I will leave it as it is as I don’t have time/can’t be bothered at this stage chasing the issue down

[I am trying to build some microwave kit for 3400Mhz, as well as manage the builders who making modifications to the house..]

 

Nick – g4ogi

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of Max via groups.io
Sent: 16 June 2022 09:27
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS

 

On Wed, Jun 15, 2022 at 11:30 AM, Nicholas Shaxted wrote:

If anyone is interested I have yet to resolve the issue.

 

nick

Nick

I assume you have read this about positioning panels/windows?

https://www.sdr-radio.com/LayoutPanes

I don't often need to use a Receiver pane as the main waterfall window serves my purpose, but to try and simulate your issue I did enable one RX Pane. Note that when you "left click and drag" the title bar of a pane, not only do you see the large "arrows diamond" cross graphic near the centre of the SDRC window to drop the pane onto in the required arrow position, if you look right at the edges of the screen you will see there are arrows there too. It's sometimes possible to end up with the RX pane all across the bottom of the screen and this can give the impression that it's overlapping the DSP (actually it's not). So either click/drag the DSP title bar to the arrow on to the far left of the screen to make it full height, or click/drag the title bar of the RX window to the bottom of the centre large crosses to place it where I think you want it, i.e. centre bottom.

Anyway, have a read of that section I linked if you did not already. Other than this I'm finding it hard to visualise the exact issue you are having but I find SDRC pane positioning entirely predictable on my setup.

Just to recap, if you left-click (and hold) and drag the title bar of any SDRC pane and place it over one of the large on-screen arrows, then that pane automatically switches to "docked" mode in the required position. If you don't release over one of the big on-screen arrows, then that pane then becomes floating.

Hope it helps?

Max


Re: Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS

Nicholas Shaxted
 

I tried that. I move the DSP window according and it remains floating. I select “docking” and it flies back to where I started.

I’m still in the school of thinking I am doing something wrong.

 

I’m in the middle of mounting my 3.4GHz feed and pre-amp on the dish and as there are no drag and drop Windows features I need to measure twice, tighten and measure again….and eventually start again. A spotting laser helps no end.

 

I’ll return to the Windows receiver issues next week once I am done fitting the hardware to the mast

 

Thanks all.

 

 

Nick – g4ogi

 

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of jdow via groups.io
Sent: 16 June 2022 11:02
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS

 

Did you see my post with the pictures? (Or did they not make it?)

This is a very standard Windows GUI metaphor. It's best to learn how to do it.

{o..o}

On 20220616 02:17:45, Nicholas Shaxted wrote:

Thanks Max,

I have tried all of that and am left with a floating panel.

As soon as I click to dock it the panel flies back to the RHS and docks.

 

For now I will leave it as it is as I don’t have time/can’t be bothered at this stage chasing the issue down

[I am trying to build some microwave kit for 3400Mhz, as well as manage the builders who making modifications to the house..]

 

Nick – g4ogi

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of Max via groups.io
Sent: 16 June 2022 09:27
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS

 

On Wed, Jun 15, 2022 at 11:30 AM, Nicholas Shaxted wrote:

If anyone is interested I have yet to resolve the issue.

 

nick

Nick

I assume you have read this about positioning panels/windows?

https://www.sdr-radio.com/LayoutPanes

I don't often need to use a Receiver pane as the main waterfall window serves my purpose, but to try and simulate your issue I did enable one RX Pane. Note that when you "left click and drag" the title bar of a pane, not only do you see the large "arrows diamond" cross graphic near the centre of the SDRC window to drop the pane onto in the required arrow position, if you look right at the edges of the screen you will see there are arrows there too. It's sometimes possible to end up with the RX pane all across the bottom of the screen and this can give the impression that it's overlapping the DSP (actually it's not). So either click/drag the DSP title bar to the arrow on to the far left of the screen to make it full height, or click/drag the title bar of the RX window to the bottom of the centre large crosses to place it where I think you want it, i.e. centre bottom.

Anyway, have a read of that section I linked if you did not already. Other than this I'm finding it hard to visualise the exact issue you are having but I find SDRC pane positioning entirely predictable on my setup.

Just to recap, if you left-click (and hold) and drag the title bar of any SDRC pane and place it over one of the large on-screen arrows, then that pane automatically switches to "docked" mode in the required position. If you don't release over one of the big on-screen arrows, then that pane then becomes floating.

Hope it helps?

Max


Re: Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS

jdow
 

Did you see my post with the pictures? (Or did they not make it?)

This is a very standard Windows GUI metaphor. It's best to learn how to do it.

{o..o}

On 20220616 02:17:45, Nicholas Shaxted wrote:

Thanks Max,

I have tried all of that and am left with a floating panel.

As soon as I click to dock it the panel flies back to the RHS and docks.

 

For now I will leave it as it is as I don’t have time/can’t be bothered at this stage chasing the issue down

[I am trying to build some microwave kit for 3400Mhz, as well as manage the builders who making modifications to the house..]

 

Nick – g4ogi

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of Max via groups.io
Sent: 16 June 2022 09:27
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS

 

On Wed, Jun 15, 2022 at 11:30 AM, Nicholas Shaxted wrote:

If anyone is interested I have yet to resolve the issue.

 

nick

Nick

I assume you have read this about positioning panels/windows?

https://www.sdr-radio.com/LayoutPanes

I don't often need to use a Receiver pane as the main waterfall window serves my purpose, but to try and simulate your issue I did enable one RX Pane. Note that when you "left click and drag" the title bar of a pane, not only do you see the large "arrows diamond" cross graphic near the centre of the SDRC window to drop the pane onto in the required arrow position, if you look right at the edges of the screen you will see there are arrows there too. It's sometimes possible to end up with the RX pane all across the bottom of the screen and this can give the impression that it's overlapping the DSP (actually it's not). So either click/drag the DSP title bar to the arrow on to the far left of the screen to make it full height, or click/drag the title bar of the RX window to the bottom of the centre large crosses to place it where I think you want it, i.e. centre bottom.

Anyway, have a read of that section I linked if you did not already. Other than this I'm finding it hard to visualise the exact issue you are having but I find SDRC pane positioning entirely predictable on my setup.

Just to recap, if you left-click (and hold) and drag the title bar of any SDRC pane and place it over one of the large on-screen arrows, then that pane automatically switches to "docked" mode in the required position. If you don't release over one of the big on-screen arrows, then that pane then becomes floating.

Hope it helps?

Max


Re: Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS

Nicholas Shaxted
 

Thanks Max,

I have tried all of that and am left with a floating panel.

As soon as I click to dock it the panel flies back to the RHS and docks.

 

For now I will leave it as it is as I don’t have time/can’t be bothered at this stage chasing the issue down

[I am trying to build some microwave kit for 3400Mhz, as well as manage the builders who making modifications to the house..]

 

Nick – g4ogi

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of Max via groups.io
Sent: 16 June 2022 09:27
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS

 

On Wed, Jun 15, 2022 at 11:30 AM, Nicholas Shaxted wrote:

If anyone is interested I have yet to resolve the issue.

 

nick

Nick

I assume you have read this about positioning panels/windows?

https://www.sdr-radio.com/LayoutPanes

I don't often need to use a Receiver pane as the main waterfall window serves my purpose, but to try and simulate your issue I did enable one RX Pane. Note that when you "left click and drag" the title bar of a pane, not only do you see the large "arrows diamond" cross graphic near the centre of the SDRC window to drop the pane onto in the required arrow position, if you look right at the edges of the screen you will see there are arrows there too. It's sometimes possible to end up with the RX pane all across the bottom of the screen and this can give the impression that it's overlapping the DSP (actually it's not). So either click/drag the DSP title bar to the arrow on to the far left of the screen to make it full height, or click/drag the title bar of the RX window to the bottom of the centre large crosses to place it where I think you want it, i.e. centre bottom.

Anyway, have a read of that section I linked if you did not already. Other than this I'm finding it hard to visualise the exact issue you are having but I find SDRC pane positioning entirely predictable on my setup.

Just to recap, if you left-click (and hold) and drag the title bar of any SDRC pane and place it over one of the large on-screen arrows, then that pane automatically switches to "docked" mode in the required position. If you don't release over one of the big on-screen arrows, then that pane then becomes floating.

Hope it helps?

Max


Re: Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS

Max
 

On Wed, Jun 15, 2022 at 11:30 AM, Nicholas Shaxted wrote:

If anyone is interested I have yet to resolve the issue.

 

nick

Nick

I assume you have read this about positioning panels/windows?

https://www.sdr-radio.com/LayoutPanes

I don't often need to use a Receiver pane as the main waterfall window serves my purpose, but to try and simulate your issue I did enable one RX Pane. Note that when you "left click and drag" the title bar of a pane, not only do you see the large "arrows diamond" cross graphic near the centre of the SDRC window to drop the pane onto in the required arrow position, if you look right at the edges of the screen you will see there are arrows there too. It's sometimes possible to end up with the RX pane all across the bottom of the screen and this can give the impression that it's overlapping the DSP (actually it's not). So either click/drag the DSP title bar to the arrow on to the far left of the screen to make it full height, or click/drag the title bar of the RX window to the bottom of the centre large crosses to place it where I think you want it, i.e. centre bottom.

Anyway, have a read of that section I linked if you did not already. Other than this I'm finding it hard to visualise the exact issue you are having but I find SDRC pane positioning entirely predictable on my setup.

Just to recap, if you left-click (and hold) and drag the title bar of any SDRC pane and place it over one of the large on-screen arrows, then that pane automatically switches to "docked" mode in the required position. If you don't release over one of the big on-screen arrows, then that pane then becomes floating.

Hope it helps?

Max


Re: Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS

Simon Brown
 

Alan,

Already set. Lots of files in the group archive, I probably have to zonk a lot of these.


From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> on behalf of Alan G4ZFQ via groups.io <alan4alan@...>
Sent: 15 June 2022 12:27
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Main Receiver DSP Docking to the RHS
 
On 15/06/2022 10:30, Nicholas Shaxted wrote:
> If anyone is interested I have yet to resolve the issue.

nick

If that refers to attachments then Admin - Settings - Message Policies
has the option to delete old attachments when storage is full.


Alan






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