Star Mail adds mailboxes, letters, and packages to Minecraft. It pays close attention to details to deliver an immersive mailing experience.
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- Languages Supported:
- Russian, French, German
By default, players can send three types of mail: letters, written books, and packages. However, players with the mail.custom permission can send any item as mail.
Letters will only be enabled in setups using Minecraft 1.14 and up. Letters are similar to books, but can be crafted for cheaper. Unlike books, letter can not be placed in lecterns or used in other crafting recipes, such as those for copying written books.
Letters use the new custom model data to work with the Star Mail resource pack downloadable here.
Packages are used to send groups of items in the mail. Right click with an empty package to open up a menu. Place the items you want to send in the menu, then click on the seal button. Once the package is sealed, the items will be tracked using the tracking number on the item.
Right click on a sealed package will open a menu. Click on any string to cut it and open the package. Once opened, all the items can be collected by clicking on the fishing pole, or by closing the menu. Once the package is empty, it will be consumed in a poof of smoke.
Packages can also be used to decorate. Right click on an empty package while sneaking to place it! Sealed packages can not be placed.
Tracking & Expirations:
Information about both mail and Packages are tracked and stored in files while the server is offline. To prevent large amounts of data from building up, a tracking expiration is used. This prevents inactive mail from taking up lots of space in memory. By default, mail and packages are tracked for 90 days. The number of days until expiration is configurable in the config.yml file.
When joining the game, players will be notified if they have mail waiting. To access sent mail, players need to click on a registered mailbox. To register a mailboxes, players simply need to place a mailbox block. By default, each player can register one mailbox.
Mail can be sent to a player by clicking on their registered mailbox with a valid mail item. The owner of a mailbox can be displayed by clicking on a mailbox with an empty hand.
Star Mail makes it possible to access and send mail from anywhere. Players with sufficient permission can send mail using the /sento [player] command. The /mailbox command will open a virtual mailbox to access sent mail.
Star Mail is compatible with Dynamp. Dynmap is web based map for Minecraft servers. You can download it here.
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