Unlimited accounts for catch-all email addresses
I am a premium paying member of proton mail who uses a catch-all email domain.
In order to send email from these addresses, I must have accounts for them. This is very annoying as I have to repeatedly create and delete these accounts in order to stay under the 15 account limit.
On my own domain, I should have unlimited addresses.
This would very helpful and would solve one of my biggest annoyances with proton.
Justin van Beusekom commented
You could use Plus Addressing or +Alias as Proton calls it:
There is no limit in the usage of that.
Malcolm Litchfield commented
Agree. It's convenient that I can use anything before @mydomain.com, but then sometimes the vendor expects the return email to come from that same email instead of my default. It is a hassle to have to create the accounts one by one. I don't know the technical requirements or limitations that might make this difficult, but I do think that anything @mydomain.com should be considered ONE account.
Daniel Wilson commented
Isn't what we really want unlimited "forwarder" addresses (distribution lists, groups, whatever you want to call them) that relay to real (paying) users ?
Proton recently acquired a company called SimpleLogin that provides this very functionality, among others. The only caveat is that you'd need to setup the email on a different domain or subdomain to the one currently using Proton's MX - e.g. <whatever-name-here>@catchall.address.com
You might want to check them out: https://simplelogin.io/blog/simplelogin-join-proton/