Set up and launch sessions to interact with the Dmail protocol.

This mode allows you to interact with the protocol for sending emails via Dmail.

With the functions of this mode, you can send emails to either random or self-specified email addresses. The main advantage of this service is the low transaction fees for interacting with this service.

There are two work options available in this mode: Full Touch and Spam TXs.

  1. Full Touch - allows you to send custom emails to custom addresses. You can add addresses manually or generate random ones directly within Combine.

  2. Spam TXs - allows you to "spam" emails with random content to random email addresses. This mode does not support point farming within Dmail itself but allows you to send multiple transactions through Dmail within one session.

Setting up and starting a session:

  • In the Mode section, select Block Mode.

  • In the Run mode section, choose the order in which the wallets will be launched:

    1. Parallel - parallel operation (multi-threading) with or without proxies.

    2. One-by-one - wallets will be launched one after another with or without proxies.

    3. One-by-one (mobile proxy) - wallets will be launched one after another using mobile proxies. Mobile proxies should be added in the Settings -> Proxies section and linked to accounts in the Account Manager beforehand.

  • To use a ready-made preset of software settings, click on the selection field in the Select preset section and choose the required preset.

  • To launch a pre-prepared group of wallets, select the necessary group in the Select Accounts group to launch section.

  • If you want to use the Spam TXs mode, just switch to this mode.

  • If you want to use the Full Touch mode, select it and click Open custom Dmail settings:

    1. In the Recipient section, enter the recipient's email address. Addresses can be entered manually, or you can click Random recipient email, and email addresses will be generated randomly for all wallets.

    2. In the Subject section, enter the subject of the email. By clicking on Random email subject, subjects will be generated randomly.

    3. In the Text section, enter the email text. By clicking on Random email text, the email text will be generated automatically.

    4. In the Actions section, you can update the information for each wallet individually. Click Update, and the data in all sections for the specific wallet will be generated automatically.

  • Set the delay between the launches of the wallets.

  • When you click on Pro, the Gas guard setting will open. If this delay is activated, your wallet will additionally go to sleep if several accounts in the same session are ready to work simultaneously after reaching the gas level you set for the software. We did this so that all these wallets do not start sending transactions simultaneously after reaching the set gas level. The standard delay is set in the range of 30 to 150 seconds.

  • Check the box Mint and Bind domain if not exists if you want to mint a random domain for Dmail with 8+ characters for each wallet. It can only be minted once per wallet. The domain is free.

  • In the Max gas price section, set the maximum gas in the Linea network at which transactions will be made. The software will wait for the gas in the Linea network to drop to the desired value and only then start making transactions. After the session starts, it is possible to change the upper Gwei level in the Logs & Progress tab by going to the Sessionssubsection.

  • If you want the wallets to be activated in random order, leave the Randomize wallets checkbox enabled.

  • To save the session delay settings for use in other sessions, click the Save this as preset button, enter the preset name, and save it. Later, this preset can be selected in the Select preset field.

  • Click Update Balances to get the current ETH balances on the wallets.

  • Select the wallets you want to launch and click Launch.

  • Your wallets are now operational. You can track the process of wallet operations in the Logs & Progress section.

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