DX Keeper is my main logger. I have it on my desktop PC far from hamshack and I do not use it for direct logging, but all QSO are imported via ADIF from another (contest) loggers etc. After I realized there is networking feature I got idea, it could be way how avoid handling with ADIF files and log directly into DXK from remote place.
Unfortunately, DX Keeper’s networking feature is not regurlary documented.
OQRS is Online QSL Request System. You do not need send your QSL card to station or manager, just submit your QSO data and pay with paypal for postage otherwise your QSL card will arrive via bureau.
Once upon time, Czech QSL buro operated by Czech radio club provide list of their members. You know, QSL cards sent via Buro to Czech republic are delivered only to members. QSL cards for non members are trashed (not send back).
These days are condx much better than in time when we count row of spotless days. In ADIF, file used for hamradio logbook, is also possibility store SFI, A, K data. I use DXKeeper logbook from DXLabsuite and it can handle these data as well.
Long time I used logger32 logbook program. I was not fully satisfied and then I found Dxkeeper which is part of DXLAB suite. It is ideal for my needs. I use various programs for my ham activity and all ADIF data accumulate just to Dxkeeper. It has good interface to LoTW, Clublog or UI for filling QSL cards.