Please provide a stand alone method to import all gmail message history, without the use of a bridge. So many of us would like to completely leave gmail behind, but cannot because we still rely on the message history in old gmail accounts.
I don't want to download the message history to a computer. I want to transfer all messages directly to folders in my active PM accounts, where I can access them at any time within my PM accounts. Thanks.4,736 votes
We’re happy to announce that this feature is now complete. You can test it on beta. Don’t hesitate to send us your feedback. We would love to hear it.
More info here:
ProtonMail now offers the domain pm.me for email addresses. You can learn more within the settings of your account or at https://pm.me/.
I don't have a Windows or OSX machine, so ProtonMail Bridge doesn't appear to be an option for me. Is there any way Bridge for Linux could happen? The site says it's coming soon, but when is soon?1,347 votes
We are happy to announce that ProtonMail Bridge for Linux is now available in closed Beta for all paid users. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for an invite.
You seem to believe that the ability to add folders is "Completed" by telling people to use labels. Color labels just don't cut it.
All the emails will still reside in my inbox or archive. Every other internet email service offers the option to create custom folders, why not Protonmail? This issue has come up again and again from the start.2,289 votes
You can now create custom folders to move messages to on both the web app and mobile apps.
I have a PLUS subscription with a custom domain for my 5 family members. I would like them to gain access to their email separately, but from what I understand this requires a visionary subscription. I would like to have this feature included in the PLUS subscription for up to 5 users (same number of users as email addresses).387 votes
In 3.10 release (https://protonmail.com/blog/protonmail-v3-10-release-notes/), we released Professional Accounts which allow a user to setup the exact number of users they need.
You can learn about all of our accounts here: https://protonmail.com/support/knowledge-base/paid-plans/.
ProtonMail Professional: ProtonMail Professional unlocks ProtonMail to organizations around the world. Secure your communication anywhere you are with ProtonMail’s easy to use web and mobile applications.
Sending limit: unlimited*
Labels limit: unlimited
Storage: 5 GB/user
Custom domains: 2 (option to add more)
Additional addresses: 10 (option to add more)
Auto Responder (Out of Office)
Customer support: priority status
IMAP Support (coming Q4 2017)
Migration tools (coming 2018)
Pricing: $8/user/month or $75/user/year ($6.25/month)
Just like when Google started with the Gmail service, back then it was @googlemail, which is not so good compared with the short @gmail name.
What if ProtonMail stars something like "@pmail.com"?735 votes
You can now have a shorten ProtonMail address @pm.me
This feature is free for all users to receive to their short address and paid if you wish to send emails from it.
More info here:
Send Plain Text E-mail
'll be ability in future to send email in plain text as an option.Some mailing lists require plain text so this would be very usefull.654 votes
You can now select to send plain text messages on ProtonMail: https://protonmail.com/blog/protonmail-v3-12-release-notes/
Multi support are needed for heavy mail client (Outlook/Thunderbird/Evolution etc...)
Web access only is too limited2,784 votes
The ProtonMail Bridge supports IMAP/SMTP support for desktop clients: https://protonmail.com/blog/thunderbird-outlook-encrypted-email/
We need to be able to group contacts, with the option to send mail to specific groups. The ability to add a group to the TO: field is a must as well, there is no way to add multiple contacts at the moment. This is a necessary feature that I have seen in every email service I have used.1,011 votes
Contact groups are now available in ProtonMail.
More info here: https://protonmail.com/blog/contact-groups/
Personal Domain Name Use On Protonmail'S Email System1,074 votes
Custom Domains were released in version 3.1. You can add your domain by upgrading your account: https://protonmail.com/support/knowledge-base/paid-plans/ You can read more in this blog post: https://protonmail.com/blog/we-have-launched-support-for-custom-domains-and-paid-accounts/
We need folders and subfolders IMAP capabilities
Without folders organization the mailbox is unmanageable655 votes
We will be launching 1.16 next which has any upgrades including Labels. Labels or tags, as some people call them, allow you to organize emails into folders in a sense.
Alias (Disposable Email Addresses)381 votes
You can utilize “+” to create variations to your existing ProtonMail address.
For example when signing up for a grocery store promotion you can do the following:
In addition, 3.1 has brought the ability to add multiple email addresses to one account. You can learn more here: https://protonmail.com/blog/we-have-launched-support-for-custom-domains-and-paid-accounts/.
By default, messages appear in a grey font (555555). Not enough contrasted to be comfortable to read. A possibility to choose default font color would be a good thing.0 votes
You can update colors under the themes of your account.
The ability to download all mail and attachments associated with a PM account. This would be useful for keeping mail even after the 1 GB limit is reached -- it could be deleted from PM's servers after it is downloaded to a local disk. Once downloaded, security (encryption) would be the responsibility of the owner.159 votes
By using the ProtonMail bridge, you can now download all mail and attachments to your device using a third party email client: https://protonmail.com/blog/thunderbird-outlook-encrypted-email/
Conversation View Of Mail (Like In Gmail)277 votes
Change Font And Size266 votes
You can now add different fonts, size, colors, ect within the composer of your messages: https://protonmail.com/blog/protonmail-v3-12-release-notes/.
Automated Away Message Reply Vacation200 votes
You can now set as auto-responder away message within ProtonMail: https://protonmail.com/support/knowledge-base/autoresponder/
Import Imap Messages To Your Protonmail Account191 votes
You can now import messages to your ProtonMail account through the ProtonMail bridge: https://protonmail.com/blog/thunderbird-outlook-encrypted-email/
Ability To Mark Messages In Spam Folder As "Not Spam" -Removing It From The Spam Folder9 votes
Add ability to upload own PGP key (normal or e.g. RSA 4096 or ECC).712 votes
ProtonMail now has full PGP support and address verification. Please read more about it here: https://protonmail.com/blog/address-verification-pgp-support/
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