Save mail attachement directly to ProtonDrive
It would be great if I could save email attachment to ProtonDrive without downloading it. Something like "Save to my ProtonDrive".
Once this feature is added, I would also like the ability to create a filter which will match certain attributes (like sender, recipient, subject, ...) and then save any/all attachments to a designated folder in my ProtonDrive.
For instance, if i send a PDF to PDF@my-proton-addr, it will automatically save to the PDF folder.
If I send a receipt PDF to receipts@my-proton-addr, it will automatically file any attachments to the receipts folder, perhaps to a dynamically created sub-folder, named with the current date. The file names for the attachments will have to be guaranteed to be unique, so I might want to prefix the file name with a timestamp, say. Or perhaps the subject might be used in creating the filename.
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Connecting Mail and Drive to save attachments from Mail to Drive, and to send files from Drive to Mail. Like mail.com.
Anne Albright commented
I agree! It would be great to save attachments directly to ProtonDrive with the option to delete the attachment after.
Martin Malec commented
With Protondrive now part of the Proton universe I would prefer the option to select when saving an attachment from Protonmail to either directly choose a folder inside Protondrive, or to save externally to the hard drive.
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adding an attachment of 25MB+ to an email should offer the ability to upload this file to a temp folder in ProtonDrive and automatically create a download link to insert into the mail.
This would simplify the process of sending big files directly in ProtonMail, without having to go to ProtonDrive first.
a button, actually proton mail asks you automatically if you want to save direct to drive first and a button
Jose Bermudez commented
I agree that it would be great to be able to save ProtonMail attachments directly to ProtonDrive. This would be important to avoid having to leave the encrypted environment to save the attachments.
Yes! It's great having encrypted storage but it really needs to be convenient to use. Being able to save protonmail attachments to my proton drive should be a basic function.
Mark Golzheim commented
It would be great when Protonmail attchments can be saved instantly to proton Drive.
when I click to download a file attached to an email I want to have the option to download to my associated protondrive. I currently have to download to a local location then manually upload to protondrive.
exactly what I thought. I do not like to have to first download the files locally to then attach.
Upvotes from my side!
This feature would be outstanding and helping a lot in simplifying day to day account use. With a Mac I have today to drop out from an email to the desktop and drop in in the folder where to copy an image for instance...
Tom Andre Hansen commented
I totally agree. Using drive at this point is very inconvenient due to the convoluted journey to upload files. Logging directly into drive does not solve the problem, only increases my frustration.
This would be really, really good, otherwise we are left with two files, one in a more secure protondrive and the original on the more hackable pc (even with security software) and also, with two versions, you eventually run into version problems.