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    Jonathan David Arndt commented  · 

    As suggested, an email downloading vault to store old emails is available when using POP3 and Thunderbird (or similar desktop client).

    ProtonMail currently supports IMAP (sync across devices), but does not support POP3 (downloading only).

    If you voted to increase storage, I would also encourage you to vote for the idea "POP3." from user kdemeoz:
    https://protonmail.uservoice.com/forums/284483-feedback/suggestions/32770021-pop3

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    Jonathan David Arndt commented  · 

    Totally agree with each of the other comments here. Being able to search through years worth of email across many accounts in a single consolidated POP3 account is priceless. IMAP is real neat, but for those of us on this thread, there are abilities we have with POP that are lost when using IMAP.

    I use multiple devices, including the web/app for checking current messages. But I will leave them in the inbox, and later on those messages should be downloaded and archived locally, even after they are cleaned off the server.

    There is no reason for me to store 10 years of mail on a server (limited space) when I have a hard drive the size of Texas.

    Being able to use POP with Thunderbird would make me a permanent customer.

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