Inky connects to your email providers and processes your mail on your machine. Your email data never passes through our servers. Inky uses a token provided by Google or Microsoft to prove that you own your email account, and that is used to log you in to your Inky account. Inky never has your Google or Microsoft password. For other accounts you add, your credentials are encrypted on Inky's servers, but we cannot read or decrypt them, only your device can decrypt them. This means that no one — not even Inky employees — can access your data without knowing your password. This also means that you can have one Inky account for multiple computers because your information is transferred encrypted through the cloud.
Modified on: Mon, 21 Aug, 2017 at 5:27 AM
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