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    L commented  · 

    Adding specific hardware seems like a bad idea. Better, add a custom field so the user can enter any identifying string. E.g., see how it's done in Google contacts: You select "custom" as the field type, and then you can edit the string "custom" to change it to anything else.

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    I'm surprised that the ProtonMail developers have not in any way responded to this request even though it has collected more than a thousand votes.

    At what voting threshold do they respond?

    Even if they are not going to implement a feature (which understandably will happen due to limited resources or their own design preferences), shouldn't they take a minute to post some sort of response?

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    L commented  · 

    Android Protonmail can be zoomed with a two-finger gesture, but then edges of text get cut off and make the email essentially unreadable.

    Please reflow the text so it remains on the screen.

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    under review  ·  41 comments  ·  Feedback » Features seen on other services  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    L commented  · 

    This feature was requested over three years ago, and has not been implemented. Implementation would likely be trivial. I'm concluding that the ProtonMail team has simply decided to not implement it.

    So I suggest that they tell us that it won't be implemented, so we can stop waiting for it, and reuse our votes elsewhere. I'm removing my votes as I don't think they are being counted here.

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    I'm removing my votes so I can reuse them elsewhere. The feature is important, though, because it will allow ProtonVPN to provide high-quality service at a low price to low-bandwidth users.

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    L commented  · 

    What a terrible idea. Please don't pander to the Lightning Network nonsense. People on reddit.com are organizing a campaign to cast votes on this issue. Please don't encourage this type of brigading.

    Your resources will be much better invested in accepting more cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin BCH.

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    L commented  · 

    They should add BCH. And they should add multiple cryptocurrencies. Hard-coding any dependence on a single cryptocurrency is a bad idea. They did it once (hard-coding BTC) and should not make the same mistake again.

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    under review  ·  68 comments  ·  Feedback » Dreams  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    L commented  · 

    I have an alternate proposal.

    When a premium user sends email to a free user, that mail should always be accepted, even if the free user's mailbox is otherwise full.

    The idea is that if a free user's mailbox fills up, that should inconvenience only free users, not premium users.

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    2 comments  ·  Feedback » Existing features (improved)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    L commented  · 

    There seem to be opposing concerns. Being able to quickly delete your email is important to some people. And being protected from somebody else deleting your email is important to some people.

    https://protonmail.uservoice.com/forums/284483-feedback/suggestions/14929545-delete-account-verification-process

    I think two-factor authentication will sufficiently protect you in most cases. But two-factor authentication has also been known to be hacked, if the user was dependent on their cellphone provider.

    So here is my proposal.

    1. Two-factor authentication not subject to social engineering, so not dependent on any third party such as your cellphone provider.

    2. If you delete your account, your email is not deleted immediately, but you can reactivate your account within N days and everything is intact. After N days everything is purged.

    3. You can request deletion and an immediate purge.

    4. You can set up a special one-time-use code for your account that only you will know. In the future, if you wish to remotely delete your account, simply email that code to yourself. As soon as that email reaches your mailbox, your entire account is immediately purged.

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    L commented  · 

    I think they are doing a good thing. The average person does not send more than 50 messages an hour. By imposing these limits, they are keeping down their costs, which will let them provide their valuable free service to more people.

    So these limits are actually GOOD for free service.

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