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:
Each message you receive is classified as Verified or Unverified.
Threads with messages from both Verified and Unverified senders are classified as Some Verified.
Your inbox looks something like this:
(On Outlook, you see folders instead of labels.)
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.
Then, your inbox looks more like this: