We take security and data privacy very seriously at Leave Me Alone, and we are proud to be open and transparent about how we operate.
We only ask for the permissions we need to operate.
We have taken several precautions to ensure the safety of your password and your account. Here’s how we secure your information:
Other mail providers may or may not require an app password, but the same security precautions are still applied to your credentials.
You can remove Leave Me Alone access to your mailbox at any time by removing your account.
Read more about the Gmail OAuth scopes.
You can view your Google App permissions or revoke access to Leave Me Alone at any time here.
Read more about the Microsoft OAuth scopes.
You can view your Microsoft App permissions or revoke access to Leave Me Alone at any time here.
We do store some completely anonymous data which falls into two categories:
The metadata powering Subscription Score is derived from the sender of the email.
So that we can generate the score we record:
We then calculate a ranking using some secret sauce mathematics, which grades each sender using the stats above.
It is not possible for this data to be associated with a Leave Me Alone account or email address.
This system improves the quality of Leave Me Alone for all users. If you don't want to contribute your data to this algorithm for whatever reason then you can opt-out at any time from your account preferences.
We are 100% committed to protecting you and your information.
At any time you can deactivate your account which will delete all of your data, revoke your API keys, and sign you out.