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    Stewart commented  · 

    Agree that this is crucial and the one thing that is keeping me from switching to Proton Calendar. I need to be able to track appointments at work, where we're required to use Outlook, on personal calendar.

    IMO the best thing would be the ability to forward appointments from Outlook to the personal Proton calendar and have them show there *without* being accepted on the Proton calendar (and thus triggering duplicate "accepts" for the meeting organizer). This is what I currently do with Google calendar. But whatever the solution, something needs to be done to allow this kind of integration/display of work appointments on private Proton calendar.

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    Stewart commented  · 

    ProtonMail Plus currently dumps all emails for all of the user's multiple addresses/aliases into the same inbox window, showing only the subject line and the recipient name. This is problematic for those using different email addresses for different purposes.

    The service would be significantly improved by the simple ability to toggle the view to show mails only for a single email address at a time in the main window. It seems that something like this should be easily accomplished, since presumably system knows the address the email was directed to. So it seems that there should be the ability to put a pull-down menu, checkboxes or some other control that would enable you to see only the messages to one address or another in your account.

    If this couldn't be done, at least the address that the email was sent to should be shown in the display, so that one can distinguish between the addresses in this way. It shouldn't be necessary to apply a label to all of your messages for a basic function like this, in my view.

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