- View the Service Status (external site - uptimerobot.com)
- OS: All services are running on OpenBSD/FreeBSD with full disk encryption
- Hosting: Hetzner Online
- XMPP Server: ejabberd
- s2s encryption: is required
- Client-Port: 5222 (STARTTLS only)
- MUC: rooms.dismail.de (multi user chat)
- Proxy: proxy65.dismail.de Port 5555 (dismail.de only)
- BOSH URL: https://dismail.de/http-bind
- Websocket: wss://dismail.de/ws
- Tor Address v3: 4colmnerbjz3xtsjmqogehtpbt5upjzef57huilibbq3wfgpsylub7yd.onion
- SHA256: 79:68:65:95:2E:99:30:01:7B:39:35:52:57:FE:32:38:66:EF:C2:8F:E6:B5:54:70:C7:29:AF:ED:F6:07:1D:30
- CertWatch: MITM Detection and Monitoring for XMPP Servers
- Some of the active XEPs (Ranked Compliance Test)
- Upload file size limit: 100 MB / uploaded files expire after 31 days
- Message Archive (MAM): archived messages expire after 7 days
- Simple and fast webmail client with OpenPGP, adressbook and filters
- Subaddressing support for easier filtering and sorting (e.g. email@example.com)
- Aliases: Up to 5
- Spamfilter: Yes
- Storage for emails: 2 GB
- Attachment size: up to 25 MB
Settings should be detected automatically by your email client. If not, use the settings from the table below.
|SSL/TLS Port||993||465 or 2525|
|Authentication method||Regular password (PLAIN)||Regular password (PLAIN)|
- Your email account is disabled by default.
Please send a message with your xmpp client or the webchat to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for email activation (you need to use your dismail.de account). Please don't expect an immediate response.
- Always enter your full email address (email@example.com) when logging in.
- Password: Your email password (not your xmpp password, different service different password)
DNS ResolverFree DNS Resolver without user logging, no Marketing driven typo interception ...
|IP addresses||DNS over TLS|
iOS 14+: fdns1 configuration profile
iOS 14+: fdns2 configuration profile
fdns1 and fdns2 includes the following lists to filter Ad-, Tracker- and Malwaredomains:
Feel free to use any of these servers in your NTP configuration (if you are a vendor please read: The NTP Pool for vendors)
All servers also take part in the NTP pool project. If you want to use this pool within your NTP client, please have a look at the NTP Pool Project Page.
Some points from YaCy's FAQ:
- What is this?
YaCy is a distributed Web Search Engine, based on a peer-to-peer network.
- Is there a central server?
No. The YaCy network architecture does not need a central server, and there is none.
- Why does YaCy show different results from Google?
We expect YaCy to show different results than Google, for several reasons. As long as YaCy has only a few peers working, it cannot compete with Google. Hence the importance of having a great number of YaCy peers working. But even then YaCy will provide different and better results than Google, since it can be adapted to the user's own preferences and is not influenced by commercial aspects.
- Where do I find more documentation?
You can see the legacy wiki or you can search the community forum or ask questions there.