On January 1, 2020, Google will be enforcing new security enhancements aimed at increasing transparency when data is synced between Gmail (or G Suite) and third-party applications. NextMail is a third-party application. This means, if you're using NextMail to link to your Gmail or G Suite account, you need to take certain steps to assure continued connectivity.
Specifically, you need to opt-in to sharing emails with NextMail by identifying us as a Trusted application. This lets Google know it's OK to continue sharing the emails. To continue syncing emails between Gmail and NextMail you need to opt-in by January 1, 2020.
Important Note: We highly suggest the super admin who set up your agency's Gmail/G Suite complete the steps below.
1. Administrators should sign in to their Google Admin Console; from the Google Admin dashboard. Go to “Security” and click on the “Settings” in the drop down menu.
2. Go to API Permissions and click on “Trusted Apps”.
3. From the Trusted Apps dashboard, click on the + button at the bottom right.
4. Select “Web Application”
5. Copy the following Google Client ID into the field:
6. Click on "ADD." This identifies NextMail as a Trusted App. Your emails will continue to sync between Gmail and NextMail.
And that's all folks! Contact us at anytime by clicking the green Help button (bottom right of this page) should you require further assistance.