New release of Log4OM

Log4OM provides more new features in it’s latest release

As part of the continuous development of Log4om the latest release, version 1.22, contains a number of new features among which are:

The ability to attach scanned images of paper QSL’s, audio/video files (Recordings), text and other files to a QSO from QSO Edit window.

e.g.The user can now record a QSO using a Windows audio/video recorder and save the resulting .wav, MP3 or video file to the QSO for future playback.

It is also possible to save a text file of a data exchanged, photos of the users station, received SSTV images and received files to a QSO

To compliment this feature it is now possible to automatically download received eQSL card images when updating the eQSL received status which then automatically adds the received QSL image to the QSO record for future display.

Future enhancement of this feature will include automatic download of images from internet call lookup web sites like In the case of this will complement our existing real time automatic QSO upload to a users QRZ on line logbook.

In addition to our automatic real time QSO upload to QRZ users logbooks Log4OM also provides real time upload of QSO’s to Clublog, HRDLog, LOTW, eQSL & HamQTH, it is to be hoped that eventually these on line sites will also provide graphic file download facilities for us and other developers.

Version 1.22 includes many other new features including support for roll label printers like the Brother QL570 and 700.

The program can be downloaded free from our web site:

Log4OM is free to all radio amateurs and the Log4OM team provide free backup and support via our forum, email, Skype and where required telephone and Teamviewer.

The Log4OM forum is at

Terry G4POP
Log4OM Development Team


Love the program, keep up the good work.


I’ve tried many…Log4OM is the only one Ive used that does what I want…Fully configurable, easily exportable, and a layout that really makes sense. Big thanks and congrats on this program. It’s the only one I’ll ever use if I have anything to say about it.