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Registration is closed

We are not accepting new registrations at this time. Please check back in the future if you would still like an account here. In the meantime, take a look at Migadu and Purelymail.

This mail server is fully usable, however, there is no registration frontend and no support for custom domains; until those features are present, consider this an alpha-grade service. In the meantime, if you would like an address at any of our domains, send an email to or open a ticket using the web interface at Include your desired username and domain in the form We will manually create the account and send you a random password.

Microsoft blocks our ISP

Outlook is among the worst mail services (read Microsoft Silently Dropping Emails for an insight into the situation) and outright blocks the ISP that hosts our current servers. We are planning to move at some point in the future, but until we're able to, delivery to Outlook addresses is impossible. This means that we are unable to reply to requests sent from Outlook and existing accounts are unable to communicate with Outlook addresses. Please keep this in mind.

We also recommend reading when you have time. It explains how to be a good "netizen" and common email etiquette that a lot of people don't think about. All of the things mentioned there are default on our Roundcube instance except hard wrapping as it can be quite off-putting for people who aren't used to it and may read emails on their phone.

For webmail, Roundcube is available and provides a rather nice experience, however, it does require JavaScript. If you use Tor or simply disable JS, you may prefer Alps. It is actively being developed so there will likely be bugs.

Roundcube Alps

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Available domains

.email is a relatively new TLD and may be counted as invalid on some websites. It's unlikely but possible. .com will work everywhere, however. The numbered domains are only recommended for anonymous/throwaway/whatever accounts when registering for services. The numbers correspond to letters as with the 3x4 keypads on mobile phones.

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Planned features


Aside for accessing webmail as a hidden service, these features are on hold until we have more time to work on the service. All of our efforts are currently focused on getting the rest of NixNet to a stable position on new infrastructure. Once that is completed, we will continue working on improving NixNet Mail.

  • Onion URL for webmail
  • Local inbox encryption with user's password
  • Support for sending/receiving mail to/from onion addresses

Last update: 2021-07-25