xMail is a simple plugin that allows you to send mail to anyone that has an xMail account, even if it's not created yet. If you want to get right down to the commands, permissions, source, changelog, and download, please visit the BukkitDev page, as that's where I'll be keeping all that. xMail may seem simple, but it is truly a work of art. With xMail you can become part of the network of other servers who use it, or you can set it up for your new cloud server environment. With xMail installed on your server, you unlock the potential for your players to be able to send mail to each other without even having to be on your server. xMail provides a website (although it's still in the making) for you to send, receive, and manage your mail when you are not able to get online to Minecraft. xMail has more than just simple sending though... xMail also supports the sending of items and (soon) money. If you don't want your players to be able to send items, or get items for that matter, you can block those actions. If you would like a more refined blocking (such as blocking specific items), you will need another plugin, but luckily xMail provides and API for developers to use. xMail doesn't stop there. You are not only able to send mail to players, but you can also send mail to the console of any xMail server. Simply send mail to "[email protected]<server IP>" to send a mail message to any server, or just send it to "console" to send it to the current server you are on. Bugs / Errors / Suggestions Bugs and errors will not be answered if posted in the replies below, instead, please use the ticket system provided. If you have a "critical" bug (such as a duplication glitch), please send it to me personally through the contact form. Suggestions / feature requests can be posted alongside feedback below. Download / Source / Changelog / Everything Else You won't find any of that on this post, please head over to the BukkitDev page.