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Arq Backup for Mac

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Arq is a backup software for your Mac. It backs up your files securely to your cloud account or NAS. Arq Backup keeps multiple versions of your files — a backup history. So if you discover a file was corrupted or accidentally deleted, you can go back and get the old version. Back up external hard drives, NAS files, whatever you want. Arq has no limits.

Arq Backup for macOS stores your encrypted backups in a format that's open and documented. You control the backup data. Use Arq to backup to:
  • your AWS (S3/Glacier) account
  • your Wasabi account
  • your Backblaze B2 account
  • your Google Drive account
  • your Google Cloud Storage account
  • your Dropbox account
  • your OneDrive account
  • your SFTP server
  • your NAS or external hard drive
There's even an open-source restore tool, so you can decrypt your backup data without the Arq app if you want to. Knowing where your backups are and being able to see the data directly brings peace of mind.

It protects whichever files you tell it to back up, automatically, every hour. Backups are stored in your cloud account or NAS or SFTP server to protect against theft, ransomware, disaster. No one else can read your backups because everything is encrypted before it leaves your computer with a password only you know.

Arq Backup integrates with many different cloud providers. So if you have a cloud account with some extra space available, use it for encrypted, versioned backups of your important files. It stores your encrypted backups in a format that's open and documented.

Features and Highlights
  • Efficient — compression, de-duplication, block-level incremental backup
  • Unlimited backup — backs up any file size, file type, external drive, network share
  • Versioned file backup — keeps multiple versions of your files; if you discover a file is corrupted, go back in time to get an earlier version
  • Unlimited retention — keeps backups of your USB drives even if you never reconnect them
  • Ransomware protection — point-in-time recovery of files
  • Restore right from the app — no downloading of zip files
  • Awesome customer service
  • The stable, self-funded, owner-operated, profitable company since 2009
Note: 30 days trial version.

Also Available: Download Arq Backup for Windows

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What's new in this version:

Arq Backup Version 7.26.7
Changed:
- Removed defunct Amazon Drive from list of possible storage locations
- Added support for AWS Calgary region
- Changed menubar icon animation to go up and down instead of up only, in order to be less distracting


Arq Backup Version 7.26.6
- Changed Google Drive remove-item behavior from moving to trash back to permanently deleting due to multiple customer complaints of Google not freeing up quota
- Updated internal metadata version to match the Windows metadata addition (new reparse-point flag)


Arq Backup Version 7.26.4
- Fixed an issue where Arq could incorrectly deactivate its license if registered as an Arq Pro endpoint


Arq Backup Version 7.26.3
- Fixed an issue where an in-progress backup record could be left behind when the backup finishes and no changes have been detected since the previous complete backup record


Arq Backup Version 7.26.1
- Implemented memory and CPU usage optimizations in ArqMonitor


Arq Backup Version 7.26.0
Changed:
- Modified Arq's collection of current WiFi network name to accommodate macOS Sonoma's changes to Location Services permissions and continue to support including/excluding specific WiFi network


Arq Backup Version 7.25.0
- Change log not available for this version


Arq Backup Version 7.24.4
Fixed:
- Simplified backup-record-thinning logic and simplified activity-log output for it


Arq Backup Version 7.24.2
Changed:
- Added a workaround for Storj's S3 incompatibility (returning a 429 HTTP status code instead of 503 as S3 does)
- Removed the "thinning" function from backup plans. Too many people found backup records were permanently deleted that they weren't expecting to be deleted, and that's a really bad user experience, so we felt it was best to remove the function. As an alternative to limit the amount of storage used by your backup plan, edit the plan, click the Retention tab, check 'Limit storage used' and enter a value.
- Changed "Delete..." button label to "Delete Backup Record..." to make it clearer what the button does; also added a confirmation dialog with a reminder that the action is permanent and cannot be undone

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where, When adding Google Drive as a storage location, if a permission error occurs when querying for a list of shared drives, Arq returns an error instead of ignoring


Arq Backup Version 7.24
New Features:
- Added support for backing up to a shared drive in Google Drive
- Added support for backing up to any folder in Google Drive instead of only 'Arq Backup Data'

Fixedd:
- Fixed an Arq Pro issue where an app password was set in Arq but shown as not set in the web console
- Fixed an issue which could cause Arq to start, stop, then start the backup plan unnecessarily on the next run after modifications to the backup plan
- Fixed an issue which could cause Arq Agent to crash on startup when encountering unexpected configuration files
- Fixed an issue which could cause Arq Pro sync to fail when the computer is first added to a group
- Fixed an Arq Pro issue which could cause 'encryptedkeyset.dat not found' errors on new backup plans


Arq Backup Version 7.23
Changed:
- Changed ArqMonitor to show a notification every 8 hours if it can't connect to ArqAgent
- Changed timeout for most transactions to storage locations from 20 minutes to 3 minutes
- Retry on the very rare AWS 400 error 'Your socket connection to the server was not read from or written to within the timeout period. Idle connections will be closed.'
- Retry continually on 'The network connection was lost' error, unless the user clicks 'Stop'

Fixed:
- Fixed an Arq Pro issue where initialization may not have created the right files in the case of a backup set that's migrated from an older version of Arq


Arq Backup Version 7.21.3
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue which could cause a "missing backupfolders.json" error if an Arq5-created backup set was adopted, edited, and then a new backup was run
- When restoring a single file, create the file without its parent directories
- Fixed an issue which caused an "authorization header is malformed" error when adding an S3 storage location


Arq Backup Version 7.21.0
Improved:
- Added Import and Export buttons for a backup plan's file selections
- Added support for new AWS regions
- Added "Use Dual-Stack AWS Endpoint" checkbox for AWS storage locations
- Added support for Arq Pro
- When restoring a folder containing "deleted" items (because "keep deleted files in subsequent backup records" option was checked in the backup plan, don't restore those "deleted" items. "Deleted" items can still be individually restored
- When adding a B2 storage location and user chooses an existing bucket, show an error if bucket's lifecycle policy isn't 'keep only last version'
- When loading backup sets, if a backup set is missing items, show it anyway (with an error message) so that the user can select it and delete it

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue which prevented single-file backups created by Arq 5 from being restored correctly
- Retry on AWS 503 errors
- Changed 'thinning' algorithm to use GMT time zone to avoid potential issues when switching to/from daylight savings time


Arq Backup Version 7.19.18
Improvements:
- Added safeguards to prevent deletion of the wrong backup records when applying retention rules

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue which could cause icons in the tree view to look garbled on Windows 11


Arq Backup Version 7.19.9
Updates:
- Added a workaround for macOS Ventura change that randomly results in "Interrupted system call" errors when retriving the file names in a directory
- Added a default for new backup plans that excludes ~/Library/Biome, the macOS suggestions database
- Updated libssh2 to 1.10.0 which adds support for more key exchange algorithms


Arq Backup Version 7.19.8
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue which could cause "HMACSHA256 of encryption dat file does not match" errors when attempting to browse backup records created by Arq 5 in a backup set that's also being used by Arq 7


Arq Backup Version 7.19.7
Updated:
- Added a workaround to support S3-compatible storage locations (e2, Minio) with object lock which return non-standard error codes when attempting to delete a locked object, causing Arq to report an error for an action which isn't actually an error


Arq Backup Version 7.19.6
- Updated Google OAuth authorization process to comply with Google's policy change deprecating the OAuth "out-of-band" flow
- Store the key derived from the "app password" instead of the actual app password. This protects against malware running as root potentially stealing the app password, which a user might reuse elsewhere.
- Return a better error message from B2 when a file is not found instead of B2's generic "file with such name does not exist" message
- Show a different UI for granting full disk access when installed on macOS Ventura


Arq Backup Version 7.19.3
Fixed:
- When backing up to an SFTP server, retry up to 5 times rather than retrying for up to 60 seconds, to ensure that Arq retries in the case of a timeout
- Instead of storing the backup plan encryption password (accessible only by root), store the encryption key derived from it (accessible only by root). This protects against malware running as root potentially stealing the encryption password, which a user might reuse elsewhere, thus potentially giving an attacker access to data beyond that legitimately needed for Arq's normal operation


Arq Backup Version 7.19.2
New Features:
- Added support for Wasabi Singapore ap-southeast-1 region

Fixed:
- Changed Arq to retry on transient "No buffer space available" errors when backing up to Google Cloud Storage
- Fixed a display issue where Arq displayed the wrong region after adding a Google Cloud storage location with an existing bucket
- Changed network timeout for most transactions to storage locations to 20 minutes to better support people with extremely slow connections


Arq Backup Version 7.19.1
New Features:
- Added support for new Wasabi Sydney region
- Added support for GovCloud as an S3-compatible storage location
- Sort the list of backup plans by computer name and backup name
- Sort the list of backup folders within a backup set by name
- Prevent sleep during restore operations

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue that could Arq's license information to get corrupted, resulting in Arq prompting for a license code
- Fixed an issue in the select-network-interface dialog (in the backup plan settings) where the wrong interface could be added to the list (not the one selected by the user)
- Fixed an issue where Arq Agent might not start a scheduled backup on time
- Added support for using a symlink to a directory as the path when adding an SFTP storage location
- Fixed an issue where the "Uninstall" menu item would fail if there were issues initializing Arq Agent


Arq Backup Version 7.19
New Features:
- Added Storj as a storage location type

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where, if the user manually deletes the latest backup record, full file scanning may not occur at the next backup time


Arq Backup Version 7.18.1
Fixed:
- Retry if a transient SSL or networking error occurs when updating Arq Cloud about a completed backup (for Arq Premium subscribers only)


Arq Backup Version 7.18
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where auto-update would download and install an update that wasn't included with your license's updates. Arq 7.18 will accept all Arq 7 licenses regardless of updates-end-date in order to work around this issue for people who experienced it. If you experienced this issue and worked around it by purchasing a renewal that you didn't want to purchase, please email us at [email protected] and we'll promptly refund your renewal purchase.


Arq Backup Version 7.17
New Features:
- Added support for Wasabi Toronto (ca-central-1) region


Arq Backup Version 7.16
- Fixed an issue where, if the user clicked 'Check for Updates', Arq 7.15.1 would say incorrectly that an update was available when in fact the update was not included with the license


Arq Backup Version 7.15.1
Fixed:
- Accept all Arq 7 licenses regardless of updates-end-date in order to avoid issues with people who had an Arq version older than 7.13 and subsequently turned on auto-update and received a version newer than their license's updates-end-date. All versions of Arq prior to 7.15.1 will update to 7.15.1. Arq 7.15.1 and future versions will update to the latest version available unless it's newer than the license's updates-end-date.


Arq Backup Version 7.15
New Features:
- Added support for Wasabi eu-central-2 region
- Added 'arqc' command-line utility for activating and deactivating license code, starting and stopping backup plans and retrieving status and activity log

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where restoring/overwriting a symbolic link to a non-existent file resulted in an error


Arq Backup Version 7.14.1
New Features:
- Added support for Wasabi eu-west-2 region

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where, on startup, Arq would report "Arq 7 license expired" if the latest update is installed on top of Arq that had been previously configured with a license that had expired and was renewed at the server.
- Truncate activity log text in email reports to avoid unreasonably large emails


Arq Backup Version 7.14
New Features:
- Added support for Wasabi eu-west-2 region

Fixed:
- Truncate activity log text in email reports to avoid unreasonably large emails


Arq Backup Version 7.13.4
Fixed:
- Fixed a license activation issue for some customers
- Fixed an issue that could cause a 'missing date in license data' error for lifetime license customers
- Changed the backup plan editor to allow editing of a backup folder's settings even when the volume is not connected


Arq Backup Version 7.13
Changed:
- Added documentation for creating immutable backups with B2
- Show a more useful error message 'Cloud file contents not present on disk' when maOS returns 'Resource deadlock avoided' for contents-not-present type files

Fixed:
- an issue with the display of updates end date in Arq's preferences
- an issue that could cause multiple dialogs to appear when an error occurs during search


Arq Backup Version 7.12
Changed:
- Changed Arq's behavior regarding unknown objects found when adopting backup sets (or upgrading from Arq 5). On first backup after adopting a backup set, Arq will initialize its database from existing data as much as possible; it will reuse objects as much as it can and leav the remaining objects alone. The "Remove Unreferenced Data" function will delete all unreferenced data, including objects found during initialization that weren't referenced by any backup record that Arq was successfully able to read during initialization. This resolves the scenario where, with Arq 5, the user may have deleted backup records but not executed Arq 5's "Remove Unreferenced Data" function.
- Retry on HTTP 408 errors
- Changed the retention behavior: When applying retention rules after backup, Arq now writes to the activity log every backup record date/time and whether it was kept or deleted

Fixed:
- Fixed a bug that could cause a crash when clicking "Create Backup Plan" with no storage locations configured (which causes the add-storage-location dialog to appear) and then clicking Cancel on the add-storage-location dialog.


Arq Backup Version 7.11
Fixed:
- an issue where Arq would report an error for an SFTP storage location where the path is a symlink to a directory (instead of a regular directory)
- an issue where, when browsing Arq 5 data, if you enter an incorrrect password, Arq returns an error message instead of prompting a second time for an encryption password
- an issue where Arq could initialize its database from existing backup records, find errors, and report errors for the wrong backup recorsd


Arq Backup Version 7.10.1
Improvements:
- Fixed an issue where, if an APFS volume is unmounted, Arq can give "volume not mounted" errors during subsequent backups of volumes on the same device until ArqAgent restarts
- If Arq fails to establish an SSL session with a Microsoft OneDrive/SharePoint server, retry a few times before giving up, to work around seeming configuration issues on Microsoft's end
- Fixed an issue where Arq may not prevent sleep when the prevent-sleep-during-backup option is checked in the backup plan


Arq Backup Version 7.10
Improvements:
- Added support for Wasabi eu-west-1 (London) region

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where, if the preflight script fails, file-change notifications are lost until the next full fiile scan
- Fixed issues with applying retention settings
- Removed a workaround that was causing Arq to retry on erroneous Amazon Drive 400 errors (which Amazon Drive seems to have stopped sending)
- If "skip items excluded by Time Machine" option is checked, exclude .Trash and .Trashes, which seem to be hard-coded Time Machine exclude rules


Arq Backup Version 7.9.2
Improvements:
- Added a workaround for Amazon Drive's inconsistency in showing accurate directory contents for just-created directories


Arq Backup Version 7.8.2
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue that could cause 'expired_auth_token' errors when backing up to B2


Arq Backup Version 7.8
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue which could cause not-found errors when reusing backup data originally creatd by Arq 3 and stored in Glacier, and then adopted by Arq 5 and then Arq 6 and then Arq 7
- At backup start, check whether computer is on an allowed network before trying to connect to the storage location, to avoid unnecessary error reports
- Updated app icon to a squircle similar to current Apple icons


Arq Backup Version 7.7.2
- Fixed an issue that could cause "PATCH HTTP error 500" errors when encountering multiple folders with the same name in the same folder in Google Drive


Arq Backup Version 7.7.1
- Fixed an issue that could cause "Error: missing error information" when querying S3 and S3-compatible buckets where versioning was enabled, disabled, and then enabled again


Arq Backup Version 7.7
Improvements:
- Added a tooltip over the "Modified" column that describes which values have changed
- Show 'Last Changed' column in backup record detail view to indicate metadata (not file contents) have changed
- Modified APFS snapshot usage to prevent other processes from unmounting Arq's snapshot during backup
- Changed activity log and email report to show more readable numbers like "5 MB" instead of "5,234,221 bytes"
- Added details to the documentation for immutable backups and thinning
- In the edit-SFTP-storage-location dialog, edit the path as well

Fixed:
- an issue which could cause 'missing error information' errors during cleanup
- an issue where the 'show hidden files' checkbox wasn't taking effect on subdirectories when directories are expanded
- an issue that could cause occasional upload errors to Arq Cloud storage
- an issue that could cause a crash when saving a backup plan on macOS 10.11
- an issue that could cause slow database initialization on first backup after upgrading from Arq 5 and using Amazon Drive or Google Drive
- If an error occurs during search, show the error and continue searching the other backup sets
- issues with some menubar icons rendering incorrectly when the menubar's background is dark
- an issue where could cause "Error saving directory metadata" error
- If the volume type is 'nfs', scan it because no file-change notifications are available


Arq Backup Version 7.6
New Features:
- Added support for Wasabi ap-northeast-1 (Tokyo) region

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where Arq didn't report an error when restoring from Glacier with an IAM user that didn't have sufficient permission to restore Glacier objects
- Added a workaround for browing backup records when the 'backupfolder.json' file is missing
- Fixed an issue where Arq wasn't always retrying on transient Arq Cloud Storage errors


Arq Backup Version 7.5.18
- Fixed an issue which could cause 'Error communicating with the cloud server' error messages when backing up to Arq Cloud storage and a timeout occurs


Arq Backup Version 7.5.17
Fixed:
- an issue where Arq wasn't retrying in the case of a transient error backing up to Arq Cloud storage
- an issue which could a block when reading from Google Drive


Arq Backup Version 7.5.16
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue that could cause 'Error creating cloud account' for some users
- Do not log an error when backing up an empty folder
- Fixed an issue where, if a backup plan's options include a restricted list of WiFi networks, the allowed-network check failed because the computer had just woken up and WiFi was the active network interface but not connected to a network yet
- Fixed an issue where OneDrive aborted a file-upload session and Arq reported it as an error instead of retrying


Arq Backup Version 7.5.13
- Fixed an issue which could cause "File backupconfig.json in directory ... is missing" errors when backing up with an adopted Arq 5 backup set


Arq Backup Version 7.5.10
Fixed:
- Added a workaround for parsing retain-dates in slightly different formats from the S3 format
- If backup starts in a pause "window", pause before doing anything else, such as preventing computer sleep
- Fixed an issue where the retain dates of some objects in an immutable backup were set to longer-than-needed durations
- Fixed an issue which could cause "HMACSHA256 of encryption dat file does not match" error during backup after changing the backup plan's encryption password


Arq Backup Version 7.5.9
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue that could cause Arq to report errors on extending object lock if you modify the object lock interval to a smaller number (because object lock duration can't be reduced once set)
- Store the previously-entered value for "pause minutes" so that it doesn't reset to 120 the next time you choose "Pause..." from the menu


Arq Backup Version 7.5.8
- Change log not available for this version


Arq Backup Version 7.5.7
Fixed:
- an issue that could cause a crash when saving a new backup plan on macOS 10.11
- an issue where Arq failed to detect object-lock in a Minio bucket


Arq Backup Version 7.5.6
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where smaller objects weren't being combined into pack files in all cases
- Improved caching
- Fixed an issue which could cause a crash when adding a Wasabi storage location and selecting an existing bucket


Arq Backup Version 7.5.3
Changed:
- Added *.wasabisys.com to list of hosts that support S3 object versioning (Wasabi support starts in May 2021)
- Added support for adopting a backup set that's been copied from a non-object-lock bucket to an object-lock-enabled bucket
- When adding an S3 storage location, if the IAM user doesn't have ListAllMyBuckets permission, prompt for the bucket name instead of reporting an 'access denied' error

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue with adding a Wasabi storage location, creating a bucket, and choosing a region other than the default
- Fixed an issue where errors deleting a backup set weren't being reported in the delete activity log
- Fixed an issue that could cause a "Rate Limit Exceeded" error when browsing Google Drive data
- Fixed an issue with browsing directories in DreamObjects


Arq Backup Version 7.5.1
- Change log not available for this version


Arq Backup Version 7.5
Improved:
- Added immutable backups feature for storage locations which support it (S3, B2 with S3-compatibility API, and soon Wasabi). If you enable immutable backups, Arq will lock your backup record data to protect against ransomware attack or accidental deletion.
- Modified the new-backup-plan flow to encourage choosing an encryption password
- Fixed an issue which could cause not-found errors during validation
- Added documentation for the backup data format to Arq's Help

Fixed:
- Added 'Caches' and 'CoreSpotlight' to the default list of exclude rules for new backup plans
- Fixed an issue where the email report could show a 'bad gateway' error for Arq Premium backups when communicating with cloud.arqbackup.com
- Fixed an issue which could cause Arq to use the wrong region when adding a Wasabi storage location
- Fixed an issue where the backup set name (stored in backupconfig.json) was not being updated at the next backup time after a computer's name had changed
- Fixed an issue which could cause 'database is locked' errors with Google Drive


Arq Backup Version 7.4.2
- Change log not available for this version


Arq Backup Version 7.4.1
Improvements:
- Made search results sortable by column
- Changed 'Total scanned' and 'Total uploaded' messages in activity log to display as MB/GB/TB instead of the number of bytes

Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where an error during search would cause the other search results to be hidden
- Fixed an issue where extremely large activity logs could cause the app to struggle
- Fixed an issue that could cause email reports to incorrectly report totals of 0
- Fixed an issue which could cause 'missing response from Microsoft Graph create-file transaction' errors


Arq Backup Version 7.3
New Features:
- Added Filebase as a storage option

Fixed Issues:
- Fixed an issue that could cause "EOF" errors when backing up user-mounted volumes
- Fixed an issue which could cause 'missing error information' errors during backup
- Fixed an issue where transfer rate limiting wasn't being applied when backing up to Dropbox


Arq Backup Version 7.2.3
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where transient directories could cause file-not-found errors reported in the backup activity log
- Fixed an issue where communication between Arq Agent and clients (Arq and ArqMonitor) wasn't being encrypted
- Changed the 'Restore...' button's label to 'View Latest Backup Record...' to make it more clear that you're not starting a restore just by clicking the button


Arq Backup Version 7.2.1
Fixed:
- Fixed an issue where, if you changed the backup plan's name, the "blob identifier type" was being reset to SHA256 for the backup plan. If it was originally SHA1 (e.g. for a backup plan upgraded from Arq 5) this could cause re-uploading of data.
- Fixed an issue where restoring from an Arq 6 snapshot stored in Glacier or Deep Archive may not request all needed objects be made "downloadable", causing Arq to wait forever to restore data.
- Changed the assertion used by the prevent-computer-sleep function to prevent sleep when the computer's lid is closed
- Fixed an issue where Arq reported an error attempting to create an APFS snapshot for a read-only volume


Arq Backup Version 7.2
Improvements:
- Added support for new Google Cloud Storage regions
- Re-added storage class options for S3-compatible storage locations to make Arq compatible with S3-compatible servers like Scaleway C14 which require Glacier storage class
- Added a workaround for S3-compatible servers that return dates in alternate formats from the S3 standard

Fixed:
- During backup, retry for all SFTP server connection issues, including DNS lookup failure, for up to 60 seconds
- Skip /Library/Application/ArqAgent/cache.noindex when backing up, not all of /Library/Application Support/ArqAgent


Arq Backup Version 7.1.12
- Change log not available for this version


Arq Backup Version 7.1.11
Improvements:
- Improved efficiency of querying for B2 file lists
- Improved memory management
- Added a workaround for random "Operation canceled" errors from SharePoint
- Changed adding a folder-type storage location to use the path on disk instead of using the disk identifier. If you're backing up to a virtual filesystem (e.g. pCloud Drive) its disk identifier changes with every reboot. This change mitigates that.

Fixed :
- Fixed an issue where ArqMonitor could return an authentication error after user sets app password in Arq
- Fixed an issue where, for all-drives backup plans, Arq wouldn't always match up disk identifiers with existing backup records, resulting in more than 1 folder of backup records


Arq Backup Version 7.1.8
Fixed:
- Added Hong Kong AWS region
- Allow any entry for UNC path when adding a network volume
- Changed CPU slider appearance to fix an issue where the top of it wasn't visible
- Fixed an issue that could cause a 'buffer too small' error when initializing the database for some Arq 5 data


Arq Backup Version 7.1.7
Fixed:
- Don't display storage class choices when using a non-AWS S3 storage location
- Fixed an issue where Arq would still apply username and/or password to the SMTP session even if the authentication type was set to 'none'
- Fixed an issue where Arq didn't recognize full disk access when user home directories have been relocated
- Retry on "protocol wrong type for socket" (EPROTOTYPE) error
- Fixed an issue where entering an Arq Premium license code for an account with a + in the email address would result in 'account not found' error

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