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    6 comments  ·  ProtonMail » New Features  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    I like this idea. +1

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    Third party add-ons would compromise the guaratneed privacy of proton mail as they are not as easily vettable as "secure".

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    I suggest re-writing this post. If what you are saying is how I understand it (as a two step verification system), then I really like that. It would be cool to somehow have a distribution method (like a contact syncs a device) and are able to generate passwords for the encrypted emails at a certain time. However, I am not sure that this question means, so I cannot drop votes.

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    1 comment  ·  ProtonMail  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Last pass is also encrypted and is a very reliable password manager. They do not sell your passwords. Remember, your data is already accessible by all the companies that use it. Last pass just makes it less accessible to hackers and scammers trying to guess. Lastpass does not sell your passwords as that would easily be detectable in security audits and not to mention, is illegal.

    Additionally, you should have two factor mode enabled for all your accounts.

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    Your password does not reset just because you clicked that button. You have to request the new password via email to actually disable your keys. Just navigate away from that page if you hit it by accident.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    You can actually do this with sieve filters if you are clever in the programming. You can make a filter that checks a list of known addresses (or aliases wink wink) and then if a sender does not match those addresses, to move the email to trash and send an auto message. Note you have to have proton plus for the auto reply and it does count against your sending limit.

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    1 comment  ·  ProtonMail » Changes to existing features  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    It would be impossible for proton to implement this feature. When you chose .com over .ch in the beginning, it registered that part of the email to a specific server (in US vs Switz).

    The easiest method to fix this is to make a new proton account and forward all emails over, then delete the old one.

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