Last updated: November 13, 2022The main purpose of Pandora being a desktop mail client is to allow user to take full control of his/her own data (accounts info and contacts) and mailboxes (messages and attachments).
User name, password, contacts, mail messages and attachments are not shared with any other app or web site.
Pandora Mail does not collect (and/or report or share) any other user data, or application usage, in any way, shape or form. Not for de-bugging, not for advertising, not for statistical or any other purposes.
Pandora Mail does not include advertisements nor web based/HTML interface.
Pandora Mail complies with the Google APIs Terms of Service and Google’s API Services User Data Policy.
Pandora Mail does not fall under any of the use cases listed in the Exceptions to Verification Requirements.
Pandora Mail uses GMail's mail-related scope (https://mail.google.com) for OAuth2 authentication.
GMail's mail scope (https://mail.google.com/) allows Pandora to use OAuth2 authentication and:
- Permanently delete messages from server via POP and IMAP protocols.
- Transfer messages from one IMAP mailfolder to another (via IMAP protocol).
- Send messages via SMTP protocol.
- Download messages via POP and IMAP protocols.
This Youtube video shows sending, receiving, trashing (transfering from Inbox to Trash), emptying the Trash, permanent deletion of messages as well as initial web-based log-in screen and the consent screen - Gmail OAuth2 Demonstration - Pandora MailDisclosure: Pandora's use and transfer to any other app of information received from Google APIs will adhere to Google API Services User Data Policy, including the Limited Use requirements.
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