Etacts implements 'oAuth for Gmail IMAP accounts' - Stay in touch with your contacts

How often do you communicate with the people you should? Etacts was born from the frustration of keeping in touch with ever-growing list of friends, family, coworkers, and clients. It automatically discover who you haven't talked to in a while. See who hasn't responded to your emails. Find messages from important contacts that you haven't […]

How often do you communicate with the people you should? Etacts was born from the frustration of keeping in touch with ever-growing list of friends, family, coworkers, and clients. It automatically discover who you haven't talked to in a while. See who hasn't responded to your emails. Find messages from important contacts that you haven't responded to. Quickly send individualized messages to multiple contacts. To start using Etacts, you was required to enter your account credentials (works with Gmail or Google Apps). Now, Etacts has implemented oAuth for Gmail IMAP accounts, allowing Etacts to securely tap into your email without the security risks associated with handing over your Gmail password. Etacts still stores your email header information, which contains the subject, timestamp, and recipients of each message, but most people probably won’t have an issue with that.
 

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