[aprssig] Auto. Emailing by a D7A
timbercutter at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 3 17:31:30 CDT 2006
It is done, it is located at, http://w9if.net/iweb/perlaprs/ I tried to
get it running on my computer at home to provide the service but my
knowledge of perl is weak at best. I asked for help on it but got no
response last year. I would love to have this application running for
certain reasons. Mostly because I do not always sit and watch my
computer, but if I could set the thing to email my cell phone with the
information I am looking for then I could go to the computer and see
what I want to see.
--- Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:
> >>... if you are in a position that you could use the APRS Email
> >> service, you are in a position to post a position to the APRS-IS.
> >> Now f your point is to 'email' that position to someone else ...
> > The other method (truly automatic) is...[to] write an application
> > to monitor the APRS-IS stream for your position reports
> > and send the email from your application.
> I was sitting back to see the response, because I thought that
> someone had already written this application. But I guess it was
> never made public. I can see the interest in such an application.
> User who will be traveling wants to update family on whereabouts
> on log trip. This application is called POSIT-MAIL. He runs POSIT
> mail on his PC before leaving home. He tells POSIT-MAIL these
> Callsign to be tracked -
> Email address to send to -
> Start date/time -
> End date/time -
> Reporting rate -
> POSIT-MAIL watches APRS-IS for 'callsign' and sends email
> with lat/long and nearest city. Subject Email also has a link
> to 'map.findu.com/callsign' so recepient can also bring up
> the map.
> Bob, Wb4APR
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