These privacy settings affect how information is stored when you are tracking an emailviewing Tracking Detailssnoozing a message, using email scheduling or when you create a Task or Note.

Note: Please note that the privacy option you select will affect what your real-time notifications look like.

Please select the email program you are using to manage your emails

Apple Mail

 

1. Open Apple Mail and click on the Account Settings (⚙) button, then Preferences.

2. Customize your privacy settings and choose what information you want Mailbutler to store about your emails.

Note: Please note that irrespective of which privacy option you choose, your data still remains your data. We never read, analyze or store your message’s content or attachments!

On the right-hand side of the screen, you should see a preview of what an opening notification with the chosen setting would look like.

If you allow Mailbutler to store the subject, recipient names, and email addresses of your email, you’ll receive a notification like this:

An preview of the aforementioned privacy setting.

Allowing Mailbutler to store the subject and recipient email addresses of your email, will give you notification like the following:

An preview of the aforementioned privacy setting.

If you allow Mailbutler access to subject and masked email addresses of your email, you’ll receive a notification like this:

An preview of the aforementioned privacy setting.

Choosing to allow Mailbutler to store only the subject of your email, will give you a notification similar to this:

An preview of the aforementioned privacy setting.

If you allow Mailbutler to store nothing, your notifications look like this:

An preview of the aforementioned privacy setting.

All the changes will be saved automatically.

 

Gmail

1. Open Gmail and click on the Account Settings (⚙) button, then Preferences.

2. Customize your privacy settings and choose what information you want Mailbutler to store about your emails.

Note: Please note that irrespective of which privacy option you choose, your data still remains your data. We never read, analyze or store your message’s content or attachments!

On the right-hand side of the screen, you should see a preview of what an opening notification with the chosen setting would look like.

If you allow Mailbutler to store the subject, recipient names, and email addresses of your email, you’ll receive a notification like this:

An preview of the aforementioned privacy setting.

Allowing Mailbutler to store the subject and recipient email addresses of your email, will give you notification like the following:

An preview of the aforementioned privacy setting.

If you allow Mailbutler access to subject and masked email addresses of your email, you’ll receive a notification like this:

An preview of the aforementioned privacy setting.

Choosing to allow Mailbutler to store only the subject of your email, will give you a notification similar to this:

An preview of the aforementioned privacy setting.

If you allow Mailbutler to store nothing, your notifications look like this:

An preview of the aforementioned privacy setting.

All the changes will be saved automatically.

 

Outlook and Outlook.com

1. Open Outlook and click on the Account Settings (⚙) button, then Preferences.

2. Customize your privacy settings and choose what information you want Mailbutler to store about your emails.

Note: Please note that irrespective of which privacy option you choose, your data still remains your data. We never read, analyze or store your message’s content or attachments.

In Outlook, you won't be receiving any notification but once you choose from Privacy setting, the preferred setting will show under Activities tab in the sidebar

Subject, Recipient name:




Subject, Recipient initials:



Subject only: 


Nothing:



All changes will be saved automatically.