Mailfeed Terms of Service

Mailfeed has been tested in the latest versions of Safari (9.1.1), Chrome (50.0.2661.102) and Firefox (46.0.1). Older browsers will be tested at some point in the near future, but these browsers are guaranteed to work.

The goal with the site is to keep the design and layout very "lo-fi" to ensure it is usable in as many browsers as possible. That being said, if you notice a glaring issue then please send an email to


Privacy is important to Mailfeed - you choose what information you share. The only requirements are payment and a working, verified email address.

You must verify your email address to receive emails from Mailfeed. This is required to prevent users from signing up others to receive notifications that they may not want. You can change your email address at any time, but you will need to re-verify the new address before you can start receiving emails again.

You can close your account at any time by emailing

You can download your feeds in the OPML format at any time.

The feeds you are subscribed to will not be intentionally shown to other users or shared with third-parties.

Your personal data, including your browsing history, email address and identity will not be shared with anyone without your consent.

When logged in you will not be served any content from third-parties.

If there is a significant outage, you will be provided with a detailed explanation of what happened, and any steps that have been taken to prevent it from happening again.

If Mailfeed ceases operation, you will be given an opportunity to download your feeds in the OPML format.

You have the right to receive an explanation as to why your account is throttled or canceled. (see Responsibilities below)

You have the right to be treated with respect and discretion.


You may not make automated requests to the site more than once per minute.

Mailfeed reserves the right to throttle or cancel accounts that are sending an excessive amount of emails. (on the order of hundreds per day)

You may not use the site to harass others.