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    Matt commented  · 

    I use a PWA of the web app using the "Progressive Web Apps for Firefox" plugin and it offers a superior user experience than what Proton Mail is offering. They should really be identical, but somehow this hacky solution produces better results.

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    Matt commented  · 

    I block domains fairly frequently, and the current workflow for doing this via the web interface is tedious. I have to copy the email address (two clicks), go the filter page (three clicks), add-> block (two clicks), click domain, paste the email, delete everything except the domain, click add domain.

    Proton lets a fair amount of obvious spam through its global filters, so I'm doing this with some frequency. If I could block the domain from a context menu on the email I'd be a happy camper.

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    Matt commented  · 

    @Little John: you can "snooze" an email in the web interface using the "clock" icon. This makes the email go away until the specified time has elapsed. This is useful for billing notices, for example - things that do not require action at this moment, but will later.

    If you snooze an email this way via the web interface, you'll still see it in Android, where the snooze feature isn't supported. As a result you'll see two different things depending on what platform you're using for the same mailbox.

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    Matt commented  · 

    I like Proton Mail, but this is a user experience pain that I feel multiple times a day. At least let us make a filter that can act on archived mails that are marked unread.

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