The following are a list of the permissions DarwinMail requests when you log in for the first time.
Please feel free to check out the official documentation from Google if you would like to learn more about the permissions that can be requested through the applications they support.
DarwinMail's works in the following four steps:
None of your email data is stored on DarwinMail's servers. There is no need! Think of all the space it would take up and the time that would be spent retrieving the data.
Google's API & servers do the heavy lifting. DarwinMail displays your emails in a far more appealing manner while providing many more useful features.
The following is taken straight from Google's documentation describing the exact process.
This OAuth 2.0 flow is called the implicit grant flow. It is designed for applications that access APIs only while the user is present at the application. These applications are not able to store confidential information.
In this flow, your app opens a Google URL that uses query parameters to identify your app and the type of API access that the app requires. You can open the URL in the current browser window or a popup. The user can authenticate with Google and grant the requested permissions. Google then redirects the user back to your app.
The redirect includes an access token, which your app verifies and then uses to make API requests."
Please feel free to check out the official documentation from Google for further reading.
Not only that, but every feature request, bug report, user experience or design tweak is taken seriously.
For every email that we receive with feedback on DarwinMail, a corresponding task is added to our Trello board.
We appreciate every single communication and try our very best to fulfill your request as soon as possible. We know it is the most important method to ensure your happiness while using DarwinMail.
While in your Inbox, you can apply the Pinned, Starred, Snoozed labels to your emails.
All three of the above are custom DarwinMail labels (which are created when you first log into DarwinMail) that provide the following functionality.
PS: While Gmail implements similar functionality, they do not expose those operations via their API and so we have created a bespoke solution in DarwinMail to provide our own version of the functionality.
Bundles are one of DarwinMail's core features and unique selling points when compared to other products on the market.
Bundles allow the user to group similar email into one bundle, which they can then apply any action to. Entire bundles can be swiped away, deleted, snoozed, starred, pinned and more.
There are several built in bundles in DarwinMail:
You can also create a bundle from any label you have. Simply open up your settings and click the bundles tab. There you will be able to turn any/all of your labels into bundles.
DarwinMail has been tested on the latest versions of:
However, this does not mean that DarwinMail does not work on other browsers. In fact, we have had stellar reports from many happy users that utilise a wide range of browsers.
First of all, thank you very much for your interest in DawrinMail.
If you have an issue and want to help us debug it, please:
You can view a sample screenshot with instructions here.
You can then also check out our public roadmap for features you would like implemented or bugs you have found!