How It Works
You become a Verified sender and recipient.
Get Verified here — it takes less than 30 seconds. This will make you a Verified sender, so messages you send will show up as Verified to all Unum ID recipients.
Next, connect your email account here — it's as simple as signing in with Google or Microsoft. This will make you a recipient, so Unum ID will classify the messages you receive as Verified or Unverified.
Once you've done this, you'll get a cool Verified badge for your email signature:
Messages you receive are classified as Verified or Unverified.
Threads with messages of both types are classified as Some Verified. Messages that were automatically generated are classified as Automated.
On Gmail, there are labels:
On Outlook, there are folders:
You can see and respond to all messages like usual, but you can also choose to see only Verified ones if you prefer.
If a message is Unverified, your account auto replies to the sender, asking them to verify.
A sender can verify in less than 30 seconds, and they only need to do it once.
The auto reply looks like this:
Liam (a Founder of Unum ID) then follows up directly with the sender, giving them a verification link.
Messages are re-classified when a sender verifies.
All the messages you received from that sender are instantly re-classified as Verified.