If you are hitting the exchange cap, and the mail cap, then you are abusing systems in game, there is no reason for that kinda volume unless you are trying to control markets.
Yes of course because you've never opened a hundred lockboxes full of scrap.
Or thought outside your box and ran childrens toys on half a dozen toons 'n actually came out with a few consoles worth over a hundred million ec.
Never done that.
Are you one of those people that think the ship it cost me $148 in keys to get the lobi for and buy at the lobi store should somehow magically cost $20 for you to purchase off of me?
That's what it sounds like.
I had a load of inventory long before I ever even knew of any in game systems I could abuse.
If you did not, then that's you're bad. you're an underachiever.
And Ob, Old mail isn't touched, also, it seems that doffs returned off of the exchange are still returned, items however, are ghosted.
However. the doffs in your old mail still count towards your 100 (SUPRISE!!) attachment limit so anything returned to you over the last few days of intermittent connectivity, unplayable lag, and 10 to 30k player long log in que's is forever gone. disappeared.
god help you if you had a JHAS or any of the other ships sitting up there for sale.
In addition to this players have been asking for quite a while for the 400 DOFF limit to be raised. There were some developer comments months ago (last year I think) that this was being looked into, but obviously nothing ever happened. I think they need to allow players to buy more bank/account bank storage also.
As long as it doesn't eat my old attachments and I can retrieve them I'll gladly empty out my mail account and ignore the useless mail system in the future.
According to Bran it will not eat your attachments, as you take your attachments back and delete the mail, a new mail with attachment will be delivered, then claim that stuff and so on. (thats as long as the delete bug doesn't interfere with this and mail stay queued until the bug is fixedl).
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