There are many so-called anonymous email services available on both the clear net and darknet, but very few offer the same features and level of privacy the darknet mail exchange does. In this article, you will learn what DNMX has to offer, its limitations, and how to access it.
DNMX or Dark Net Mail Exchange is a free to use anonymous email service that is designed for the darknet. You can only access your mail via a web client on Tor because IMAP/SMTP is not available, however, you can email any address on the clear web.
Why Use DNMX For Your Email
DNMX is great for those who need an anonymous email address that allows them to send and receive emails. Unlike most mail services, they don’t require KYC, phone verification, or payment to signup an account. Their mail server is hosted in an offshore location and will only suspend accounts or give information to law enforcement if you’re using their service for serious crimes including blackmail and terrorism.
Downsides & Limitations of DNMX
Although DNMX is a great email service they do have lots of limitations. Firstly, their web client is designed like it’s 1999 and sometimes emails don’t display correctly and have issues with encoding.
Secondly, since they are an anonymous mail service, their IP is blacklisted as spam and some services won’t receive mail from them.
Lastly, their website is full of way too many shady advertisements promoting scam websites and other illegal services. Do not ever click the ads and be careful with who can see your screen!
How To Access DNMX
In order to access DNMX, you must have the Tor Browser installed. You can find their onion address on their home page or access their site via hxuzjtocnzvv5g2rtg2bhwkcbupmk7rclb6lly3fo4tvqkk5oyrv3nid.onion