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    Stiontra commented  · 

    It sounds like what I wanted to post, so I support it, and this is what I say :

    I learned that you can’t do an email forward...

    So here’s my solution:
    - allow forward. Maybe under certain conditions (although I don’t understand why this is a problem for Proton)

    Example where redirection is useful:
    In the outgoing mailbox (***@***.com), emails are redirected to ***@passinbox.com.
    In the reception mailbox (***@proton.me), a filter is created that will say: all emails from ***@passinbox.com will have to go to this folder.
    Then, regardless of your address changes on the sending email box (***@***.com), all redirected emails will always be sent to your target folder.
    If you decide to create a new email address on your outgoing mailbox (***@***.com), there will be no change to your filter on the inbox (***@proton.me), it will still work.

    If now the alias cannot be used to redirect:
    In the outgoing mailbox (***@***.com), emails are redirected to ***@proton.me.
    In the inbox (***@proton.me), a filter is created that will say: all emails from 111@***.com, 222@***.com, 333@***.com, etc., will have to go to this folder.
    Then, with each address change on the sending email box (***@***.com), you will have to think about adding the new address in the filter on the receiving email box (***@proton.me).
    In other words, you will forget more than once.

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