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Top onion mail server Part-02: DNMX


Top onion mail server Part-02: DNMX — TiydoSoft

DNMX is an anonymous and encrypted mail service on the dark web. DNMX is Dark Net Mail Exchange. It’s free to use email service. It works just like Gmail or yMail. They don’t care who you are and will never ask for your information or reveal your identity ’cause it’s the darknet, after all.

DNMX has PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) encryption to encrypt the confidential information in which your emails travel. Moreover, the DNMX servers are fully encrypted and do everything possible to protect your privacy and that of its users. It is a trustworthy and reputable portal on the dark web.

The DNMX service is webmail designed to repel spam messages. The great thing of this service is that you can have a message box free of junk mail and provide the security you need in the mail of the highest quality and accessible form.

DNMX has a sending limitation. And it’s 100 messages per day to prevent falling into the mail blacklist and avoid abuse of the service. The rules of this email service are stringent and do not tolerate abuse in it. For this reason, it should be used with great responsibility.

The DNMX message box contains little space, and it is advisable to clean it as it fills up because the allowed limit is very low, but it is definitely an outstanding service, which is worth trying.

Don’t trust any service on the darknet! That’s why they strongly recommend you use PGP encryption for sending sensitive information. They encrypt their servers and make the best effort to secure their site, but you should never trust them.

They have no iMap or PoP3 support at all. PoP3 or iMap support would make it easy for users to send spam, so this is not available with their service.

The URL of DNMX is or Copy and paste this URL in your regular browser or Tor browser. I recommend using the Tor browser for your safety. And for only tor browser, the link is http://hxuzjtocnzvv5g2rtg2bhwkcbupmk7rclb6lly3fo4tvqkk5oyrv3nid.onion. Please use a VPN for your safety.


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