Checkmate supports 96% of email addresses ever made. (That's more than 3.8 billion email addresses).
Read on to find out how we do it with your security and privacy in mind.
Your Security is Our Priority - and we don't sell your data
Why does Checkmate only support Google, Yahoo and Microsoft?
Between Gmail, Yahoo (AOL) and the various Microsoft email addresses (including hotmail and live), Checkmate natively supports 96% of the email addresses in the USA. In order to provide top notch privacy, encryption and security for our user's data, it's important we only support the most trusted and well built email providers.
Want to use an email not provided by Google, Yahoo or Microsoft?
In order to optimize security for our users going forward, Checkmate only supports providers that use a secure tokenized login flow. This helps ensure your email can only be used for the permissions you agree to. This means that Checkmate never needs to store your actual log in credentials and is incredibly secure. Unsure if your email is supported? Check the list below. If you currently use a different provider, no worries! Using the Gmail email fetcher is an easy way to keep your existing email while still getting all the benefits of Checkmate.
How to set up Email Fetching with Gmail
If you use a different email provider than the ones listed above, setting up a new email account with Gmail and using their email fetcher is an easy and quick way to connect with Checkmate. Here's how:
1. Create a new Gmail account or use an existing one (e.g. email@example.com).
2. Once in your new account, head to your settings on the top right, and click "Settings" again.
3. Click on "Accounts and Import".
4. Follow the flow and enter your other email account information to connect that account with your new Gmail account.
5. Choose "Import my emails".You can choose to send mail through this new account using your old address as well! These steps are best performed on a desktop computer.
Supported Email Types
Any different domain created through G Suite or Google Business accounts.
Most @verizon.net accounts, although some are serviced through AOL.