"It's cut WAY down on the stuff that gets through to my Inbox. I've been a Gmail user since it first rolled out and I'm a heavy user of filters. Even so, I've still been getting LOT's of useless crap. With MailOverload, I don't. Nicely done!" -- Pete W.C., Medical Doctor
Why Do I Need This?
"MailOverload works for me because it fixes having an Inbox full of crap email, forcing me to spend my time discerning if it is important or not. The email digest gives me a simpler and quicker to read format." -- Victor Lopez, Media Director, Havas Media
How does it work?
"I've come to rely on MailOverload. Love it in fact. Now I have a well prioritized inbox, and review less important emails via the digest on my terms. Managing my email from within the digest is a brilliant feature." -- Neil Baller, DSGN SOLN
The header is like the address written on the envelope for a snail mail letter. We never read the letting inside the envelope, only the information written on the outside of the envelope.
Delivered-To: email@example.com Received: by 10.96.22.197 with SMTP id g5csp52234qdf; Sat, 29 Nov 2014 10:24:56 -0800 (PST) X-Received: by 10.66.65.168 with SMTP id y8mr85729132pas.48.1417285495786; Sat, 29 Nov 2014 10:24:55 -0800 (PST) Return-Path:
Received: from nwk-txn-msbadger0502.apple.com (nwk-txn-msbadger0502.apple.com. [220.127.116.11]) by mx.google.com with ESMTPS id qb3si21447210pac.218.2014.11.29.10.24.53 for (version=TLSv1 cipher=RC4-SHA bits=128/128); Sat, 29 Nov 2014 10:24:55 -0800 (PST) Received-SPF: pass (google.com: domain of firstname.lastname@example.org designates 18.104.22.168 as permitted sender) client-ip=22.214.171.124; Authentication-Results: mx.google.com; spf=pass (google.com: domain of email@example.com designates 126.96.36.199 as permitted sender) firstname.lastname@example.org; dkim=pass email@example.com; dmarc=pass (p=REJECT dis=NONE) header.from=itunes.com DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha1; d=itunes.com; s=itunes2048; c=relaxed/relaxed; q=dns/txt; firstname.lastname@example.org; t=1417285492; h=From:Subject:Date:To:MIME-Version:Content-Type; bh=RrjIAL9PZL3P3c01kFX+ENNCAsU=; b=IzDCp+cDLQrQzr5jCFvqId1nT9keIjhSFlF3OFcfhuVgaUeTMuVgX7BWvZ/cy2wK IZsmj+qpoEhcqnSqsMu/O4OvkirD1bHT1cXgwEHR+xUjgZxbqLNohGf0ofOTRZCj BGlmIbaWR62fgjGh3ORQXWkuDVTXPVs4eOoy2wXXtpz7snBhO4/qU2cs7+xWwbnH jB2Vz6P8kaQGsDyRWVNe3g0relNAmX7n8oOpJuy0IcZpvGOsF4NuG8wI58koSHxe UvL4JdLJSn+QvFoJCcL5MN0W83QWIod3xSWFmUhsS7OGVsHFJ0t4gOLpSL1M602j JlUzJMaldeIDJ9QPaEZ2bQ==; Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2014 18:24:52 +0000 (GMT) From: iTunes Store To: email@example.com Message-ID: <1452060636.195652111417285492592.JavaMail.firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Your receipt No.188088274203 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_Part_9891423_31490226.1417285492591" X-EmailType-Id: 10631 X-Sent-To: email@example.com,2,k%2BmjWPCFEH1m5ry2zndhApTuWzZ%2FsWXmBYlTsHG5QWYxZxBDADlHJ0LpCMgLzUQ8AxJePw0GvZ9cj2Vqh445HH%2B7zIw4QHmDDU8t9I5pLIx8xxZSXKCzEg2Y2s2e1AYsE2VlBBGfoLGYgISyInuVLhN%2BGfMjEYruvBFvAZVtrzu78TXZtSt4d9nbgaP7QFdsiOGh%2BW6dbNIruRPCmu%2FH6yBML1kuDZJ%2B5ktkuokVhb6NL7reMZ2v%2BqGPVXF58eoet%2F9K1hBrWIvpBYnhhCcci18Gjs7aGOWG%2BdZMablJECK84Hh0Csg1Kf6gQPZBiukvAoToUwhC7f50rUEZLaCd8PRCQlxHAF%2F%2BJMlfo2pB%2B9s4F3gkWwCreCpmTfhdpUHl X-Attach-Flag: N X-TXN_ID: 5B2546D1-15AB-4BC5-BCC0-724B6CB7EE71 X-Business-Group: iTunes X-DKIM_SIGN_REQUIRED: YES
Your emails never leave your server or your email account. MailOverload never takes possession of them, and only analyzes the header to determine what's important.
When you signed up with MailOverload, you told Google to grant us access to parts of your account. You can cut off our access at any time by going here. You're 100% in control.
Our email processing servers never accept connections from the public Internet. All network access is provided through private TLS encrypted tunnels. From there, our servers are accessed by our authenticated engineers via SSH (private key encrypted connections), and all access is logged and audited. There are no exceptions.
Only select senior engineering personnel are allowed access to production servers, and access logs are kept at all times. I'm a MailOverload user too! And my privacy and data is important to me as well.
"We take the security & privacy of your data VERY seriously. I'm a MailOverload user too! Have any concerns or questions? Reach out to me directly! My cell phone number is 510-206-0216. I'd love to hear from you." -- Chris Dritsas, founder.
Who is MailOverload
2161 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley CA 94704