How does CloudSponge handle my users' login credentials for the address book sources?
In most cases, we never see the credentials. AOL, Google, Yahoo and Microsoft all use the OAuth 2.0 delegated authentication frameworks that ensures that their users never have to give their credentials away to third parties like us. For the other address book sources, we never save their credentials to disk and we wipe it from our server’s memory after a few minutes.
Does CloudSponge save my user’s contacts?
No. Your user’s address book will stay in memory on our servers for a few minutes so that your website has a chance to download it, but then it’s wiped from memory and never written to disk. If you have any questions, reach out to us at ...
Which contact sources does CloudSponge support?
Please visit our contact sources directory for an up to date list of our supported address books along with real time availability monitoring. We continue to add support for more contact sources. If you would like to be notified when we have added ...
Does CloudSponge offer discounts?
We offer a 50% discount to nonprofits with a 501c3 status. We also offer one month free when you sign up for one of our annual plans. We also also offer a $50 CloudSponge credit for each person that you refer that signs up for an account. Please ...
What is CloudSponge?
CloudSponge is a software-as-a-service product that imports all the major address books. Most websites use our product so that their users don’t have to type email addresses into their referral forms when they want to send an invitation, greeting ...
Can you handle my traffic?
Amazon Web Services hosts the CloudSponge servers with redundancy at every level of the stack and load balancing on our most critical parts. Operating on thousands of websites for several years has given us all the data we need to know exactly how ...