Common Messages TutorialWhat are Common Messages?
When message authors send the same message text out to different people, that is often referred to as "Common Text" on the net. Someone may say they have "a book of two for Phoenix" meaning a common message (same text) but for two different addressees in Phoenix. The message relayer will ask if the receiver has the "common text" or content of the message. Here are some common text messages:
[NR] R HXC W0PZD ARL 9 TUCSON AZ [DATE]
ARL FIFTY SIX NEW CALL
ARL SIXTY NINE HOBBY
Signature: Dick W0PZD/K7RST VE Team/520 548 3137
OPS NOTE: W0PZD AT SIGN JUNO DOT COM
[NR] R HXC K7OAH 13 PHOENIX AZ [DATE]
JOIN US TO KEEP NTS
ACTIVE X PLEASE SEND ME
A RADIOGRAM 73
Signature: SKIP K7OAH
OPS NOTE: EMAIL K7OAH1 AT SIGN GMAIL DOT COM
[NR] R HXG WB5NKD 24 OKLAHOMA CITY OK [DATE]
MESSAGE RELAY STATIONS ARE NEEDED
X HOPE YOU ARE ABLE
TO HELP X FIND A
LOCAL NET TO SEE HOW
TO DO IT 73
Signature: PAT WB5NKD
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