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    Alex Rowan commented  · 

    Scheduling emails is such a useful feature for various reasons, including not letting people know exactly when you are composing emails.

    Currently, the only way I can think of to get Protonmail to send scheduled emails might be to use the Protonmail Bridge (which I don't want to use) and the free Spark desktop email app (Reference:https://sparkmailapp.com) which supports IMAP and email scheduling. Currently, I compose some emails in GSuite/Gmail and save to drafts, then I open them in Spark and I can schedule.

    Scheduling emails is usually a paid feature - there are at least two apps which work in conjunction with GSuite/Gmail. If Protonmail had scheduling it would mean extra value for users and increase competitive advantage/new users.

    Finally, lack of scheduled email is not a good 'look', especially as many people would perceive it to be a simple addition.

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    Alex Rowan commented  · 

    Search of encrypted emails is already being done on Tutanota, so it is possible. I dislike Tutanota for other reasons and have decided to use ProtonMail, despite considerable extra expense. The lack of search (except of course via Bridge) is a big minus for ProtonMail.

    Reference:
    Tutanota Is the First to Enable Search on Encrypted Data
    https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/first-search-encrypted-data

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