Reply from Simple Login Alias
If an email is received via forwarding from a simple login alias, I want the ability to reply to the sender through the proton email web client without leaking my proton email address. Currently, email replies originate from my proton email. Emails received from a simple login forwarding alias should default to the simple login alias in the 'Sent From' field if I reply to the email.
If I well understood… Just check the Simple Login settings and enable "Reverse Alias Replacement". That should make the job…
Michael D commented
Absolutely. I was thinking about this the other day. The "Hide My Email" aliases are pretty much useless if you are required to reply back. They get your real email. Bit of a joke when you think about it. It is only useful if you are certain it is a one-way communication.
Could proton provide a updated tutorial on this? I notice a lot of spam in the spam folder and a notice to get simple login a third party company and I would prefer that proton manage all the tunneling instead. should I use today what extension simple login or proton pass? I want my clients to know my e-mail and not scammers asking for fake invoice payments. thank you
The answer you sent actualy from your proton email don't go for your destinate adress bu to a simple login alias, who understand you want send an answer with your simple login alias to original adresse of your destinate.
This feature it'd already on live, you can test with your personal mailbox