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Security at Contactually

Last Updated: Jul 24, 2017 07:34PM EDT
Contactually takes your security and privacy seriously. See the full security policy here.

What information is collected

The only information Contactually stores for each message is whom you email, the time an email is sent, and the email's subject line. The body of the message does not touch Contactually's servers and is not stored.

All Notes added to contacts are private to you.

Server credentials

If you use Gmail, Contactually will never see your password. Google uses OAuth, a web standard that allows you to grant permission to Contactually 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 email, Contactually stores your password in an encrypted database with frequent checks. Know that your security and privacy are valued above all else.

Server and physical security

Contactually is hosted on Amazon Web Services. Contactually trusts Amazon, the world's largest retailer and provider of cloud services, and its security policy. For more on Amazon's security, see here.

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