No, we barely have enough time to keep-up with our own emails, we don’t have time to start reading other people's email :)
More seriously, that's just none of our business and our developer console purposefully obfuscates message bodies and attachments to make sure it wouldn't be easy to browse such private info.
Parts of it yes, the commercial email campaigns to be more precise. Email accounts connected through Context.IO are included in the Return Path Panel, an anonymized and aggregated report about commercial email campaigns these accounts receive.
When we say "anonymized and aggregated", what we mean is if you take any random record from that report it will be impossible for you to trace it back to a single origin email account, let alone know who owns that email account.
These anonymized and aggregated reports are used to power some of Return Path's products to:
Your end-users can learn more about how we use email data and may individually opt-out of our anonymous data panel by visiting our Opt Out page.
This opt-out form cannot be hidden nor can you opt-out on a user's behalf individually or in bulk - end users must complete it themselves.
Not at all.
"This application is built using Context.IO technology. If you wish to opt out of sharing your information with Context.IO Providers, you may do so at https://optout.context.io."
Absolutely not! Return Path even offers Unsubscriber, a free tool to let end-users easily unsubscribe from campaigns they no longer wish to receive.
As we always have, Return Path believes people’s inboxes should only contain emails they actually want and we act accordingly.
Never have, never will. We hate that just as much as you do.