Security at Contactually

Last Updated: Sep 03, 2015 01:53PM EDT

At Contactually, we take the security and privacy of your e-mail communications seriously. See our full security policy here.

What We Collect
The only information we store, by default, is who you e-mail and the time you e-mail them. We don't store the body of your e-mail, by default, and that information never touches our servers.  

Any notes and messages you enter in your contact forms will be kept private and can only be seen by you. The only time this will ever change is when using our team function, where you can share notes with your colleagues.

Server Credentials
If you use Google Apps or Gmail, we will never see your password.  Google uses OAuth, a web standard that allows you to grant permission for us to access your information without having to store your password.  For more on OAuth, see here.  If you use IMAP or a different type of e-mail service, we store your password in an encrypted database, with frequent checks.  Know that we value your security and privacy above all else.

Server and Physical Security
Contactually is hosted on Amazon Web Services.  We trust Amazon, the world's largest retailer and provider of cloud services, and their security policy.  For more on Amazon's security, visit their page.
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