Detainee E-Mails . . . .

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Detainee Messaging Program (D-Mail):

Link to set-up and use Corr Links D-Mail  http://www.corrlinks.com

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

What is D-Mail?
The Detainee Messaging Program (D-Mail) allows detainees to receive e-mails from friends and family members in the community. The community member connects to the system online (www.corrlinks.com) and signs up to use the system. The community member will create an account and select the detainee to whom they wish to send the message. Electronic messaging has become a standard form of communication within most homes and it can now be used to help detainees stay connected with their friends and families.

Can I send electronic messages?
Yes, you can correspond with a detainee by going to www.corrlinks.com, establishing an account and identifying the detainee(s) with whom you wish to correspond.

How much does it cost to send an electronic message?
The cost to send one (1) message to a detainee is $0.30. There is no charge for the detainee(s) receiving the message. There is no limit to the number of electronic messages a detainee can receive.

Does the detainee have access to the internet?
No. The messages are printed in the facility's mailroom and then delivered to the detainee when mail is delivered by security staff. Detainees will have this capability in the future.

Do all detainees have access to electronic messaging?
Any detainee with a "A" number who is detained in the Farmville Detention Center can receive the electronic message.

Can I send photographs as attachments?
No. The system does not allow any attachments or allow photos to be embedded into the electronic message.

What can I do if the detainee is not getting my electronic messages?
Please make sure your Corrlinks account shows the message was sent to the detainee, if not, contact Corrlinks support. https://www.corrlinks.com/Help.aspx

 Are electronic messages monitored?
Yes. All electronic messages are subject to monitoring. Electronic messages may not jeopardize the public or the safety, security, or orderly operation of the facility.  Additionally, it may not exceed 13,000 characters (approximately two pages).  All messages are screened for words or phrases which may represent a risk to the security of the facility or the safety of the public. Electronic messages not consistent with these restrictions will NOT be delivered to the detainee.

What can I do if I want to stop corresponding with a detainee?
All a person has to do is simply stop sending a detainee electronic messages.

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