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  1. 813 votes
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    Asher Gordon commented  · 

    I wish I could give this some votes, but I'm out of them. Anyway, sub-folders would be extremely useful for those of us who like to organize their inbox (like me). You could have a folder called, for example, "News" and have sub-folders "Slashdot," "NY Times," etc.

    $ tree News
    News
    ├── NY Times
    │   └── New York Stuff
    └── Slashdot
    └── Microsoft Finally Makes Something That Doesn't Suck: The All New MS-500 Feeble-Suck Vacuum Cleaner

    2 directories, 2 files

    :P

  2. 18,163 votes
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    Asher Gordon commented  · 

    Wow! This really exploded in votes!

    Anyway, @Anonymous, I think that it's different for ProtonMail since ProtonMail already offers an email service. Since they already have the technology to encrypt emails, it would probably be trivial to create an encrypted ProtonDrive that shares storage with ProtonMail.

    As for the competition, I think the users of ProtonDrive will primarily be ProtonMail users and ProtonDrive will attract more users for both ProtonMail and ProtonDrive.

    And I don't see how ProtonDrive would open ProtonMail up to more hacks. Isn't ProtonDrive just as secure as ProtonMail?

    Overall, it seems like a pretty good idea to me! :)

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    Asher Gordon commented  · 

    Wow! Just yesterday, this only had 700-something votes, and now it's more than doubled! I gave it one more vote (that's three from me).

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    Asher Gordon commented  · 

    This would be great. If they integrate it into ProtonMail like Gmail does with Google Drive, then it would be even better! +2 votes.

  3. 82 votes
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    Asher Gordon commented  · 

    With the new Bridge, you could use your mail client to integrate with Nextcloud/Owncloud if it supports it (like Nextcloud for Thunderbird Filelink https://is.gd/3CCMmj), but yes, I think it would be a very nice feature in the web app. Also, if they make a ProtonDrive, they could integrate with that like Gmail does with Google Drive.

  4. 317 votes
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    Asher Gordon commented  · 

    The reason Gmail can offer you great services with no cost is because they track you and sell your data. ProtonMail does not track you, and they only receive money from paid users. Upgrade your account! ;)

  5. 7,667 votes
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    Asher Gordon commented  · 

    Try using Firefox with extensions like Privacy Badger (https://is.gd/u9fdEU ). Or, if you really want privacy, use Tor (https://www.torproject.org/ ), although it is pretty slow. Also, ProtonMail offers a VPN too (https://protonvpn.com/ ).

  6. 104 votes
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    Asher Gordon commented  · 

    This would be really useful. I gave it three votes.

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    Asher Gordon commented  · 

    I think that's impossible because the body is encrypted so ProtnMail can't see it. But they now have a Bridge (https://protonmail.com/bridge/) so you can use ProtonMail with your mail client and you could use the filter on your mail client.

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