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  • Have you ever been charged ISK to send an eve-mail or start a chat?

    When a player is NOT in your address book, you will be charged ISK to send that player an eve-mail or start a chat session. To avoid this charge, simply add that player to your address book first.
    |TG-12th| asch
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    Re: Have you ever been charged ISK to send an eve-mail or start a chat?

    Thanks asch, I was wondering how to get rid of that.

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      Re: Have you ever been charged ISK to send an eve-mail or start a chat?

      I have a few people in my address book that I still get charged for mail to them. Does it have to be mutual maybe?
      In game handle: Steel Scion
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        Re: Have you ever been charged ISK to send an eve-mail or start a chat?

        Originally posted by Steeler
        I have a few people in my address book that I still get charged for mail to them. Does it have to be mutual maybe?
        Must be. The intent is to stop in-game spammers.

        But then, it is only 100 ISK.
        Peace through fear... since 1947!

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        • #5
          Re: Have you ever been charged ISK to send an eve-mail or start a chat?

          Only 100 ISK between organizational members sending ore and sales reports back and forth adds up. :)
          In game handle: Steel Scion
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            Re: Have you ever been charged ISK to send an eve-mail or start a chat?

            I find that if I increase the persons standing with me the charge goes away.

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            • #7
              Re: Have you ever been charged ISK to send an eve-mail or start a chat?

              Easier than the IRS!


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              • #8
                Re: Have you ever been charged ISK to send an eve-mail or start a chat?

                Or go to your evemail window, right click on the inbox tab and select options. From there you can configure your charge.

                Keep in mind that this isn't a charge the sender pays you, it's just vanishing isk. I have my default set to no charge - haven't had an issue with spamming at all, I suppose if I ever do Ill just block that one person.
                Combat is very simple, there is a first place and a second place. Second place is laying face down in the mud...sometimes, so is first place.
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                • #9
                  Re: Have you ever been charged ISK to send an eve-mail or start a chat?

                  How do you stop those stupid mails that get sent every time a skill is completed training? Talk about spam
                  Wintermute

                  Play EVE online. It's like being an accounting addict in space.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Have you ever been charged ISK to send an eve-mail or start a chat?

                    Thats funny, I only get a couple of those a month. ;P

                    Seriously though, you'll probably find they become much less frequent as you begin reaching the higher ranks of skills. (Soon you will love the sight of a blinking inbox.)

                    Also, as far as I know there is no way of not receiving any of the "standard" eve-mails. (Skills, death mails, kill mails, insurance, agent stuff, etc.)
                    Combat is very simple, there is a first place and a second place. Second place is laying face down in the mud...sometimes, so is first place.
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