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- All India Correspondence Chess Federation: Organisation for Correspondence Chess based in India.
- All Service Postal Chess Club: Offers postal matches, bi-monthly magizine. Yearly dues required.
- American Postal Chess Tournaments (APCT): Tournament information, rules, and ratings.
- BCCA: A Correspondence chess organization that has been in existence since 1906 that offers tournaments, chess ladder and game archives.
- Canadian Correspondence Chess Association: Canadian organization promoting the playing of chess by mail and e-mail, regionally, nationally and internationally.
- Chess-Friends: A place to find email chess partners for free.
- Chesscorner.net: Offers a web correspondence chess server.
- Correspondence Chess League of America: North American correspondence chess community dating back to 1897. Offering instruction, email and postal tournaments, and a bi-monthly chess correspondent magazine.
- Correspondence Chess League of Australia: News, links, scores and games, and membership information.
- Correspondence Chess Place: Portal dealing with good CC links.
- Gambit Chess: Specialty site devoted to chess players who enjoy playing various opening gambits. Features email correspondence play in gambit-theme tournaments, articles, and analysis.
- International Correspondence Chess Federation: Includes ratings, tables, rules, and links.
- International Correspondence Chess Federation - US: Offers tournament information, ranks, links, and rules.
- International Email Chess Group: Includes a newsletter, forum, and rules.
- National Correspondence Chess Club: A classic email correspondence chess site and club offering leagues, club teams and United Kingdom Matches. Club has a history dating back over 50 years.
- Social Correspondence Chess Association: Classic correspondence chess organization that has served their chess community for more than 60 years. Site offers tournaments within the club and also competes in national and international correspondence chess tournaments.
- The E4 Emailchess Club (E4EC): Provides server based correspondence games and tournaments via email.
- USCF Correspondence Chess: Includes news, rules, events, and a FAQ.
- World Correspondence Chess Federation: Organization designed to help chess players play across the internet.
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