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Separate email addresses are for separate things so it would be helpful to just click an email address from the menu and see only those emails sent to that specific ProtonMail address.
Multiple inboxes.1,320 votes
We are reviewing this idea to get closer to a clean inbox for all our users. We will let you know once we have more updates
A proton mail client protonmail that combine all the features and design from the proton web UI and allows the user to synchronise other mailboxes.3,361 votes
(to vote for unlimited alias, visit https://protonmail.uservoice.com/forums/284483/suggestions/45394132)
Startmail explains it perfectly. They offer unlimited disposable aliases, which expire within a given amount of time. They also offer custom aliases which can be saved and used indefinitely.
It is the disposable alias which will help protect privacy, when submiting an email to an untrusted recipient. After all, how much privacy do we have if our fixed emails become the foundation for building and selling our marketing profiles, just as is done by gmail. We limit personal activity virtual trails by disposing of aliases for casual uses. But, unlike custom aliases,…15,493 votes
ProtonMail Bridge support for Postbox email client.51 votes
If Protonmail is to be serious about privacy, I don't understand why all metadata isn't kept solely in encrypted form. I just signed up for Scryptmail and any data is kept in encrypted form, unreadable for any third party.
I don't see why it would be necessary to keep for instance the senders or subject titles in encrypted form when Protonmail doesn't support POP3 or IMAP.
The problem is that otherwise e-mail is inherently insecure, because if for instance a governmental entity wants to see your account, while they won't have access to the content of your e-mails, they can…3,691 votes
We have given this quite a bit of thought, but at the present moment, it is not clear the advantages would outweigh the disadvantages.
The biggest problem is search. Encrypting all metadata would break metadata search entirely on the web client as there is still no efficient way to handle search of encrypted data within a browser.
Secondly, metadata encryption’s value from a privacy standpoint is also somewhat dubious. Because we ultimately must deliver the message to the recipient, we must know who the recipient is. At the current time, there still isn’t any proven and viable way to work around this.
Metadata encryption is an area of continued research for us, and when the opportunity arises and the technology for doing this matures, we will definitely implement it in ProtonMail.
Many people have keybase.io accounts and already use those keys for encrypted mail. It would be lovely to have a feature that allows you to pull in those keys for sending encrypted mail through Protonmail.434 votes
So we can use it in other OpenPGP systems. Eg. for signing files.211 votes
Currently it takes 2 clicks to logout of Protonmail. There's no reason for this, 1 is plenty enough. We should have a logout button on top: 1 click and you're out. Simple and fast, that's how it should always be.27 votes
Protonmail is a great service, but protecting your emails is still not enough to guarantee privacy. Considering that Google openly admits it is capitalizing on all the data stored in our Android devices, and that Apple or BlackBerry simply do not communicate on the data that they collect, protecting our privacy will require more than encrypted emails.
A new smartphone software company focused on software has been launched by former Nokia employees: Jolla (http://jolla.com/). It is focused on data privacy, and wishes to become an alternative to Android. It has already shipped a smartphone and a tablet.
Blackberry App763 votes
We have the ability to create a Blackberry app, but are focused instead on iOS and Android. We may build one later this year, or explore the idea of opening our API for the community to build one instead.
Save encryption passwords for non-PM contacts, also add a checkbox to send the password as a privnote style second link in the email.
When emailing an outside contact, save the encryption password to the contact, so next time you message them it automatically fills in that field with the agreed upon password.
So if I message someone and they have a password to access the message, next time I send it would default to encrypted with the same password.
You could also add a checkbox to send the password in the actual email as a second link that destroys when read, (just like privnote, which is how I send my passwords anyway)104 votes
We will be adding the ability to save a password for an outside account. We will look into also adding the ability to send the password through a self destructing link.
ability to mark some folders as "private" and protect them with a separate password.142 votes
Given the name "Michael Denver" you have to enter all the letters in order for it to be found. Should also work with:
- "mic den"
- "denver michael"
- "mi d"62 votes
Make it so that we can add a photo to a contact. The photo will appear as an icon when viewing an email that includes that contact, or multiple icons if several contacts with photos are involved.78 votes
this email service is encrypted but they are still being stored on a server. I would like an option to purge some or all email from the server when needed/desired.29 votes
Protonmail doesn't seem to register that the user clicked on the link Show Image? At this time when you return to the previous opened mail the images are blocked once more and you need to click on Show Image again. That's kind of annoying. Other mailservices provide the function 'always show images for this sender'. Thanks.10 votes
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