Access your email from your browser search bar and search the web.
Quick access to top email providers from your browser search bar. Access your email inbox from your browser's OmniBar with 5 easy steps: 1. Just type "email" into the OmniBar 2. Press space or tab 3. Type your email provider 4. Press enter 5. New window will open and with your inbox shown. After you set your default email provider, the next time you search for “email” in the OmniBar, your next search will allow you to go directly to whatever keyword you type in. This allows you to easily search for specific mail you are looking for. This extension configures your default search setting to Email Search Tools with results powered by Yahoo! We are not affiliated with any email providers, we just allow quick and easy access to them. This extension can be uninstalled at any time. Permissions & Reasons Used Our extension only uses the minimum permissions required. Install Dialog: "Read and change your data on all hsearchescentral.com sites" Permission: "://.emailsearchtools.com/*" Reason: "This allows our extension to work properly. We only request access to the website our extension runs on." "Change your search settings to: search.emailsearchtools.com" Reason: "This allows us to offer you useful searching capability from the address bar with results that go to Yahoo!" "Read your browsing history" Permission: "Tabs" Reason: "We use tabs to ensure we can offer you additional optional products. We do not store or transmit any of your browsing history." Additional Permissions Used: Permission: "Cookies" Reason: "Cookies are used to ensure you get the right user experience when you install our extension. Our extension only grabs the cookies we set on our pages." Permission: "Storage" Reason: "Used to save technical information locally on the extension to ensure you see the right content." Permission: "webRequestBlocking" and “webRequest” Reason: "This allows us to properly show you the search results you are looking for by sending you to the right place. Without it you would end up seeing the wrong Yahoo search results."
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