This allows you to send email to a group of recipients.
Arnold Meyer commented
I would really like to at least hear from Proton if this is a feature which might appear an some point of time. For companies this is NOT a nice to have feature. To consider Proton mail this needs to be there at first.
Is the team at least aware of it an is planning to implement it?
Michele Hjorleifsson commented
Is the reverse of this working, so you have an inbound alias that goes to a group of internal users ?
Marie Goodwyn commented
I do have protonmail but this could be a deal breaker when it is time to renew my subscription. This is one of the most important feature for a business to email to our clients.
Important and basic function…
Erik van Luxzenburg commented
This is one very importand item for me to switch from Google to Proton as my wife and I use a combined emailadress receiving and sending emails from it.
John Bingham commented
It's fairly basic for any email system
Alvin T. commented
As many others have said, this is critical for most all organizations and blocks wider-scale adoption of ProtonMail. Even as a non-organization it's getting in my way since I use distribution lists for my family.
Conan Dalton commented
Dear ProtonMail, I love you in principle, but with the flood of people about to quit g-suite, it's a pity you don't have this feature already. I will have to set up a subdomain and a mail server to forward inbound message to "email@example.com" to the people who need it, in my example.com organisation. But it's a bit of a kludge, it would be great if you could do this natively in your cool server room deep beneath the Alps.
We can't use ProtonMail business because of that.
Remember that we are fighting against G-Suite and Office365. This is already an uphill battle!
I don't understand how any organisation can even think about switching to protonMail without this very basic feature that exists since the dawn of emails!
The supprot talks about Contact Groups, is this a joke?
Marshall McCain commented
I just signed up and discovered this significant missing feature. Do the PMs acknowledge this "user voice" feedback?
This feature is absolutely essential for organizational use. Every other organizational email system has had it for 25 years.
This is a critical feature for any business email system. Not having it has stopped us from using Proton as our business mail system.
As mentioned by others, the paucity of votes for this feature is surprising. Probably because business users do not select a vendor and then ask for features, rather compare different products on the basis of their existing fit.
There seems to be other requests for this feature that uses different words, such as "Group email addresses accessible by multiple users".
I assume Proton aggregates these requests to tally the total votes.
Jeremy Vogel commented
This is preventing us from switching our business email with about 15 users to ProtonMail as well. This seems like an easy feature to implement. At the very least could you implement a distribution list for users within the ProtonMail account organization? I mean for the people within the company who are all receiving emails in ProtonMail.
Unacceptable that this feature doesn’t exist
Marco Vermeulen commented
This thread has been going on for almost 4 years(!), not a word from any ProtonMail staff. Even though I really do like their mail service, they really don't seem to care about their users.
Lack of this feature (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org goes to my support team members) prevents me from switching from GSuite / Google workspace.
Comment, dans la rédaction d'un mail, accéder aux adresses d'une liste de distribution ? Je ne peux accéder qu'à la liste de tous les contacts.
D'autre part, le tutioral n'existe-t-il pas en français?
Merci de votre réponse
This is really essential to our workflow, and would love this to be available
jos. stark commented
Would be very convenient when coordinating a group trip or other event.
Jeremy L Gaither commented
Inbound lists/groups is essential for most businesses!