A Collection of Thoughts from an Amarrian in New Eden

Welcome to the Amarrian Pilot blog, written by Ranis Garr. This blog serves as a place for me to put into text my thoughts, opinions, concerns, creations, and rantings about the world of New Eden. From Alliance Politics, to fiction, player quarrels to ship fittings, I plan on including it all. Although some of the posts may be frequent, and some may be few and far between, they will all be part of something I view to be relevant to the universe of New Eden.

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Saturday, October 16, 2010

Something CCP should Consider

So recently, I have been toying around with new mail clients, trying to separate my eve-related email, game mails, and recreational information from my personal email which I use for, well, just about everything. I downloaded a new client, ThunderBird (If you havent tried it, I HIGHLY recommend it. And if you know me, thats a big deal. Im very picky about software), and it works very well for keeping stuff separate. While I was toying with it, I came across a great idea that (although probably several years away, if at all possible) would make the game so much more integral into my offline-time.

As if any of us need that to happen. =)

CCP should begin developing a way to funnel a players in-game Evemail into an offline, 3rd party mail client, such as Outlook, ThunderBird, Entourage, ect.

This way, instead of having to go through the whole 'log on to evegate, click, click, click... wait... then look at evemail' we would be able to get it sent directly to us while we are offline.

I want other people opinions on this. Let me know what you think. Maybe if its a hot enough idea we can present it to the CSM and possibly get it on CCP's radar.

Leave comments or email ranisgarr@gmail.com

Thanks guys!

1 comment:

  1. I LOVE THE IDEA. This would make things that much more easier and convenient.