Would you like use your Google contacts as an address book for your email program? That's simple with an email app on your Android phone, but AcceptIO users can also do that with most desktop or web mail applications. For details about how you can use this feature, read this article: How to use your Google contacts with AcceptIO.

This page is for setting up the necessary access controls. The overall process is:

  1. Login to the AcceptIO site
  2. Authorize AcceptIO to access some of your Google data

You will be authorizing AcceptIO to access your Google contacts, as well as your own name(s) and email address(es) tied to your Google profile. You can also withdraw an authorization that you have previously granted. In any case, AcceptIO only reads from that information and never modifies it in any way.

  • Your AcceptIO user ID is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Your Google identity is Bill Carpenter <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
  • Your Google profile resource name is people/113203751932804740516
(You don't normally need to know your Google resource name. It's an internal Google ID that stays the same, even if you change your Google account email address. It's also how we associate your Google identity with your local AcceptIO user ID.)
AcceptIO normally fetches Google contact data when you actually try to use it. However, for efficiency, it won't do that fetch if it has already done so recently. That means it might not see any recent additions or changes you made to your Google contacts. You can use the button below to cause an immediate refresh of your Google contacts.

Click the button to manually refresh your Google contacts information:

You can tell AcceptIO to discard all data fetched from your Google profile and contacts. Once you have done so, you must go through the authorization process again if you wish to continue using this feature.

Click the button to immediately revoke your Google authorization for AcceptIO:

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