Mailit 1.2

Mailit is a Minecraft Bukkit plugin to allow for player mailboxes

  1. Drazisil
    Native Minecraft Version:
    1.15
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.15
    Source Code:
    https://github.com/drazisil/Mailit
    Mailit is a Minecraft Bukkit plugin to allow for player mailboxes.

    Any versions tagged `-SNAPSHOT` are development versions that may not be feature complete (but hopefully don't error)

    Features:
    • Send items between players
    • Notify players of new mail when they join

    Planned Features:

    • Handle Metadata
    • Ability to delete unopened mail
    • Corrupted mail should not cause crash
    • Ping a player when new mail for them arrives
    • Allow server staff to access player mailboxes for security and abuse reasons
    • Add localization
    Any additional feature requests, please submit them at the support link and I will see what I can do.

    Commands:

    /mail
    Check your mail

    /mail list
    View the details (somewhat) of the packages in your mailbox

    /open <package number>
    Open a package! It will auto delete once it's empty.

    /send <player name>
    Create a new package addressed to a player. You should be able to send almost any item (except items with metadata, those will corrupt your mailbox)


    Permissions:

    mailit.mailbox:
    description: Allow players to check mail
    default: true
    mailit.send:
    description: Allow players to send mail
    default: true



    Enjoy!

    Credits:
    • This plugin is inspired by RCMailbox, which does not currently work for 1.15.
    • Mailbox icon from from freevector.com and is used under the CCA 4.0 license.

Recent Updates

  1. First usable version!
  2. Rework the mail system

Recent Reviews

  1. Daley
    Daley
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0-SNAPSHOT
    Hello author, I think this plug-in is great, and the players must like it very much, so I want to share it with https://www.mcbbs.net And indicate the original address, do you think it is OK?
    1. Drazisil
      Author's Response
      It's not quite done. I don't mind though, thank you.