How do I send an email to a TDCJ inmate?

How do I send an email to a TDCJ inmate?

E-mail the inmate’s full name and 7-digit TDCJ number to this e-mail address [email protected]. If you do not know the TDCJ number, provide the exact date of birth (if date of birth is not known, provide their approximate age and county of conviction). Please include inmate’s name in subject line of e-mail.

Do TDCJ inmates have access to email?

Offenders do not have any access to computers to send e-messages or receive e-messages. All e-messages shall be received through the mailrooms located at each unit. To set up an account, friends and family may call JPay at (800) 574-5729 or go to

Can you email prisoners for free?

CorrLinks is the official email system used by the Bureau of Prisons to allow federal inmates to communicate with those on the outside. Inmates pay in order to use CorrLinks. However, it is free to those on the outside. You can upgrade to a premium account for a small fee, but this is not necessary.

What is TDCJ email address?

E-mail correspondence: [email protected] Please include your name, mailing address, the inmate’s full name, TDCJ identification number, and your medical concerns.

How long does it take for inmates to receive email through JPay?

24 to 48 hours
JPay’s Email service provides a way for friends and family to write electronic letters to their incarcerated loved ones. Most inmates receive their email within 24 to 48 hours, and many can respond electronically as well.

How do you address a letter to an inmate at TDCJ?

Letters sent to offenders should include the offender’s name, TDCJ number, and unit address ( ex. html) on the envelope. All mail for offenders must be received through authorized channels. Letters for different offenders should not be included in the same envelope.

How do I put money in my TDCJ inmate account?

Online: 2. Telephone (toll-free): 1.877. 868.5358 MasterCard and Visa credit/debit cards are accepted, as well as MoneyPak, which is a remote cash option available at retailers nationwide. Visit: for details and locations.

Can prisoners email you back?

You cannot email prisoners directly, but you can use a service called Email a Prisoner. If you send a message this way, it’ll be printed out and delivered by prison staff. In some prisons, prisoners can also reply and attach a photo through Email a Prisoner. Check which prisons allow replies.

How do I contact TDCJ?

Inmate Locator/General Information Line – Huntsville, (936) 295-6371, or (800) 535-0283. *NOTE: If you do not know the inmate’s TDCJ or SID number you MUST provide EXACT date of birth of inmate for telephone requests.

How do I address mail to an inmate in jail?

When mailing a letter or postcard to an inmate, please address your mail as follows: All mail sent to an inmate at the Snohomish County Jail must include the sender’s name and mailing address in the top left corner of the envelope or postcard.

How to send mail to a jail inmate?

Place a stamp on the envelope and mail the letter using the U.S. Postal Service. Most prisons or institutions only allow inmates to receive mail through the U.S. Postal Service.

Do inmates get mail on holidays?

• Prisoners get mail daily except for holidays and weekends. They are permitted to have snacks, radios and 13-inch TVs, but no cable. They cannot use any form of tobacco. They do not have air-conditioning.

Can inmates receive email?

Until recently, the only way an inmate could get emails was at mail call. Friends and family use a service like JPay or Access Corrections to write an email to their incarcerated loved one. Then, the emails are sent to the prison and the mail staff prints the emails out. The inmate receives the print out at mail call. You have to know the facility your inmate is housed in, as well as their inmate ID number. And, you will also have to sign up for an account with whichever service you use.