When you sign up for Mailtrack, you will be asked to give us permission to access your Gmail and process your emails. We need to obtain these permissions for technical reasons necessary to provide the service, but they are automatic processes with no human intervention. Additionally, each year we pass a security assessment required by Google for its partners. No one from the Mailtrack team accesses your emails. You can rest assured that your data is private and secure.
However, if you want to understand what these permissions do in detail, here you can find an explanation for each permission:
- SEND: This permission is required to add a tracking pixel before your email is delivered. After the pixel is added, Mailtrack needs the permission to send your email on your behalf, but only to send your emails, not any other ones.
- READ: Mailtrack software requires this permission to make identical copies of your emails. These copies are necessary if you are sending an email to multiple recipients. An automated software processes the reading permission, you can be sure no one reads your emails.
- DELETE: In case you send an email to multiple recipients or an email campaign, we send multiple copies of your email and we need to delete all but one in the sent folder. This action only occurs in such instances, and no email will be lost.
- INSERT EMAIL IN YOUR INBOX: This permission is required to add email notifications to your Gmail inbox when your emails are opened.
- MANAGE YOUR BASIC EMAILS SETTINGS: Mailtrack needs to know your settings (e.g. alias, design style) to work properly.
- MANAGE LABELS: The checkmarks in mobile devices are added as Gmail labels. Mailtrack needs this permission to add labels to display checkmarks and update them when your emails are opened.
- Permission to read and change your data on a number of websites (All usergooglecontent.com sites, all mail.google.com sites, all mailtrack.io sites). Mailtrack needs these permissions to modify the Gmail and Google Inbox websites to display our checkmarks, as well as the Mailtrack website.
- Can I revoke Mailtrack permissions to access my Gmail account?
- How to delete your account and all personal data from Mailtrack
- How to uninstall Mailtrack from your computer browser
- Is my data secure at Mailtrack? Where is my data stored?