Saturday, February 9, 2008 Free EVE E-mail Addresses!

My good friend, and old CEO, Lake, is setting forth on a project to provide a more interactive basis for EVE community members to talk outside of the official forums and in-game chat. His plan is to use Jabber protocol to set up a community where EVE players can meet, greet, flame, troll, and generally do what EVE players do.

Along with this, and as part of the effort, he has registered the domain, and is currently offering e-mail addresses to EVE players. The instructions are very simple, and for a pittance (literally a fraction of an ISK to create the wallet transaction).

The project as a whole is still in beta, but if you've ever wanted an e-mail address to use for EVE-related communication, this is the chance to get that wish, as well as have a means of live, out of game interaction with other EVE players.

I have signed up, and use the address as the address for this blog (crovan|at| I have also downloaded Pidgin (a universal IM program that supports the Jabber protocol), and plan to be online as much as possible, so you know there will be at least one other person to talk to.


  1. Interesting. Was going to give Jabber a try anyhow. Thanks for the pointer!

  2. Would just like to welcome our new users in response to this post. Feel free to e-mail me (easy enough to guess my address) with any questions, comments, suggestions, etc.