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    22 comments  ·  ProtonMail  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Kristaps commented  · 

    I agree that there should be possibility to delete disabled addresses. However, it should not work in away how disposable/temporary works. It can easily be abused and exploited. Plus, in this scenario, protonmail would be included in even more disposable email validators and with higher chance to be restricted for use it some sites and apps.

    There should be some grace period and restrictions for deleting disabled addresses.

    Few ways how this could be limited:
    - user must be proton plus user for at least X (2-3) months in order to delete disabled address.
    - disabled address can only be deleted after X (1-3) months after being disabled.
    - limit to delete X (3-6) addresses per year.
    - alias cannot be used as deleted address within X months (12-24). This would somewhat prevent someone impersonating someone else.
    - address deletion as paid service (would not be fan of this, but at least some option to do it + some above restrictions)

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    18 comments  ·  ProtonMail » Changes to existing features  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Kristaps commented  · 

    There are at least 2 scenarios how this could be resolved.

    1) Possibility to exclude specific folders from "All mail" (trash, spam, archive, etc.).
    2) Possibility to put default folders under custom ones.

    Lack of this feature is really annoying for me. For example, I have 2 additional folders which contain forwarded mails from my other email providers which I don't want to mix with my default inbox.

    Looks something like this:
    - Inbox (primary protonmail inbox)
    - Folder1 (contains mails forwarded from email X)
    - Folder2 (contains mails forwarded from email Y)

    There are no possibility to check all these folders together without showing trashed, spam, archived mails.
    Instead, I need to check each folder separately.

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