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    This feature request and the request to support CarDAV & CalDAV are likely duplicates: https://protonmail.uservoice.com/forums/932842-proton-calendar/suggestions/8985673-cardav-caldav-support

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    Yes, CarDAV & CalDAV were never designed to be end-to-end encrypted.

    But they are standards, and so far the best ones we've got.

    The impossibility to connect my Proton Calendar with my calendar client of choice means in practice that I never use Proton Calendar (nor Proton Contacts). So, so far, they are useless to me.

    I understand the privacy risk or hole. But I still prefer keeping my info in Proton's servers as in other data-hungry companies' servers.

    Please support this feature! <3

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