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Railsware Products, Inc. Navigational Information Statement

Effective: 10 October, 2019


Railsware Products, Inc., United States of America company registered office: 118 Coalpit Hill Road, Danbury CT 06810, USA ("Railsware", "us", "our", or "we"), focuses on assuring that the website ("Site") and the Mailtrap application (the "Application"), as well as the general ecosystem provides a safe environment for both website visitors and application users ("Customer", "You"). We need to collect, process and store some Navigational information in order to provide you with an ability to review the Mailtrap website content and use the Application.

This web page explains how Railsware uses cookies, web beacons and other technologies and for what purposes. It also describes how the Site visitors and Application users can exercise their rights to control our use of the Navigational Information.

Cookies Definition and Categories

Cookies are small files which are received from a web server and are either stored on your web browser until its expiry date, or until the end of each session. You may not agree to accept cookies and refuse them.

Our Site and Application incorporates different cookies that are divided into several categories:

  • Essential cookies are necessary to provide you with our Site's and Application core services and functionality, such as enable Application sign-in.
  • Analytics cookies help us understand how our Site and Application are being used, how good our marketing campaigns perform, and based on the information - customize and enhance both the Site and Application for you.
  • Performance cookies improve the Site's and Application performance by leveraging non-essential functionality, such as allow remembering the last position a Site's visitor or an application user watched the video before this process was interrupted due problems with internet connection or other reasons.

How We Use Navigational Information We Collect

We use Navigational Information we collect from our Application customers and Site visitors to enhance the Site, the Application functionality and UX. Navigational Information may be used separately or in combination with Personal data that was submitted by you in order to leverage personalized Application and Site experience.

Cookies Served Through our Site and Application

Cookie Name Expiration Date Description Category Company or service that provides this cookie How to opt out
2 years Used to distinguish users. Analytics Google Analytics
24 hours Used to distinguish users.
1 minute Used to throttle request rate.
3 months Used for experimenting with advertisement efficiency across websites using their services.
2 years Collects information about how visitors use our sites. Performance and Analytics HelpScout
30 minutes Keeps track of your two-factor authentication status.
None. Session cookie Login session ID allows you to have multiple browser windows logged in to your account.
30 days Security token that allows us to ensure your session hasn't been tampered with.
1 day Allows us to remember what sorting options you have set, so when you return we can rebuild the same view(s).
1 year Tracking for A/B testing.
30 minutes Used to keep track of sessions and to determine if the session number should be incremented. It includes the domain, viewCount (increments each pageView in a session), and session start timestamp. Analytics HubSpot
None. Session cookie Used to determine if the user has restarted the browser. If it does not exist, the assumption is that it is a new session.
2 years Used to identify the domain, initial timestamp (first visit), last timestamp (last visit), hubspotutk (see below), current timestamp (this visit), and session number (counts each subsequent session).
10 years Used to keep track of a visitor's identity and de-duplicate contacts.
3 months Used to help deliver our advertising to people who have already visited our website when they are on Facebook or a digital platform powered by Facebook Advertising. Analytics Facebook To refuse these cookies, please follow the general browser rules explained in the 'Disabling Cookies' part of this document
2-5 years Used to help deliver our advertising to people who have already visited our website when they are on Twitter. Analytics Twitter To refuse these cookies, please follow the general browser rules explained in the 'Disabling Cookies' part of this document
None. Session cookie This cookie identifies the browser session while it happens. The cookie is deleted as soon as the session ends, meaning when the user leaves the website. Analytics Mouseflow To refuse these cookies, please follow the general browser rules explained in the 'Disabling Cookies' part of this document, or visit this page.
90 days This cookie establishes whether the user is a returning or first time visitor. This is done simply by a yes/no toggle - no further information about the user is stored.
2 weeks Used to enable login into the Application. Essential Mailtrap
1 year, or straight after a user closes the popup Used to show popup that advises a user to upgrade a Mailtrap application account.
1 year Used to show this document and use of cookies pop up, which is asking to provide consent.
2 weeks Used to remember user session to avoid login each time.

Disabling Cookies

Website visitors and the Application users have the right to opt out from using the cookies on the Site and as part of the Application. To reject these cookies you can either follow the instructions provided in the table above, or amend your web browser settings and either accept or refuse these cookies.

Opting out from the Essential cookies may result in not being able to access certain functionality that is available on our Site and as part of the Application.

Here are the links to different web browsers where you can amend your browser preferences, and either enable or disable cookies:

In addition, you can also opt out from the targeted advertising, like Google Adwords. In order to do so, please visit

Web Beacons

In addition to cookies, we may use other technologies, like web beacons to track user behavior on the Site and the Application. In contrast to cookies, web beacons are small pieces of code (pixel) embedded into the website.

Web beacons provide the data on what pages website users visit and when, allowing to group them by shared behavior and advertise to them. Web beacons may also rely on cookies that help record such activities, as conversion. That is why disabling cookies may result in incorrect web beacon functioning.

Changes to the Navigational Information

We will update this information in order to reflect any changes that refer to web beacons, cookies or other technologies and are implemented on our Site or Application. To keep up-to-date with our latest Navigational Information statement, please visit and review this web page from time to time. Please note that the last review date is indicated at the top of this page.

Contact Details

For any questions relating to the use of cookies and other technologies, please contact us at