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    Brian commented  · 

    Believe it or not, outside of San Franciso, LA, New York, London, and Switzerland, there are places with limited or no connectivity. Some airlines don't even offer WiFi on their flights...I know, I know, first world problems, right?

    Well, for those of us who spend our time in some of these more rustic places, we still want/need to access our email. Many apps do this already (Outlook) and even mail apps for iOS. The thing is, even on the old iPaq PDAs from ~2003, I could work offline, respond to email offline, and everything would synch up the next time I connected. In the older system, we could specify how much of the email we wanted for offline use, first nnn number of emails, enable folder by folder for offline use (you'd need folders for that...voted for it also), or exclude synch of items with attachments. Just look at the old literature for Compaq iPaq's circa 2002 and it will sell you on the features.

    When you get your MacOS desktop app (I voted for that too), you should have the same/similar functionality for laptop users.

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    Brian commented  · 

    I have different domains for personal and for public/business use. I need to be able to check them both on my phone or iPad without having to switch back and forth constantly.

    This feature is very important if I am going to move my personal domain over to protonmail also. Right now, I can't because I can't have simultaneous profiles open. These will be on separate protonmail accounts, so protonmail increases their number of subscribers.

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