Compatibility with real email clients eg gnus would be better still. I am spanish, and I write a bad english.
Is the IMAP thread dead? As much as I love Protonmail, I am annoyed by your ignorance. I need backups of receipts, passwords etc. If you need any assistance setting it up, please contact our support team at contact protonmail. I hope support has not waned! How are we doing?
Any closer to a solution? Imap support is now available for premium users via the ProtonMail Bridge app.
Need these abilities for archival reasons. Once this is implemented?
I do not care if it is POP3 or not; though, being able to continue to use Thunderbird would be nice; the most important criteria is that I can somehow store my mail on my own storage device. I cannot imagine having all my mail stuck on some remote server in the event I have no internet access. If all my mail is on my own device, I can get to it at any time without having to worry about connectivity issues. I am not as concerned about it being encrypted on my own device, either; again, that would be nice, but not required.
click It has been a year since the last comment;. You can find the instructions on setting up the Bridge and the officially supported clients at the ProtonMail Bridge homepage: For instance I have a nextcloud instance and I would like the sender email to be one of my protonmail email addresses? Would that use case be addressed by the cli client? If you are able to run the Bridge on the host where your Nextcloud instance is running, then there should be no problem to setup Nextcloud to send email via Bridge SMTP. I understand the need of something like the bridge to reach not tech savvy audiences.
But some of us are familiar and happy with using PGP on a daily basis, and would love to be able to use our different email providers seamlessly. I think we, regular PGP users, are the natural first target of an email provider such as Protonmail. Why not give us the capability of handling encryption on our own? Does it make sense? Paid for the professional version. Tried it out with the bridge. Terrible solution! Why not just encapsulate the connection over TLS to your servers and allow the private key for the mailbox to be downloaded and managed on my PGP keyring.
Data at rest could easily be encrypted too without this solution. I hate it. I am cancelling my account.
Can you assist please? Questa guida descrive esclusivamente gli step per la configurazione delle email sul tuo dispositivo. Please contact our support team at contact protonmail. Reading mails by script is not that important at the moment. Aprendo un messaggio PEC, potresti visualizzare questo messaggio: Report Respond to Female. My username is DMArnold.
I support the above. PGP support is currently in active development and should be available soon. Once released, it will add the feature to download your private keys. So which is it? SMTP server will live inside your container on my host. Of course, I have no GUI on server or inside Docker-containers and configuration process should be non interactive as container may be created automatically by script…. For now, the only officially supported clients are the ones listed in the article, but others may work as well.
In your FAQ you mention that Protonmail Bridge for Linux will be released this year and also that it is currently only available for paid users. Will that be the case for Protonmail Bridge for Linux when it is released — i.
I signed up as a paying customer so I could use ProtonMail with my own domain and I need SMTP without the need of a bridge because I was planning to use my web address for my online forum. Clearly I can go back to the free account since that does not seem to be an option as you are not going to actually offer SMTP. Very excited for the Linux release, I will definitely upgrade to pro if I can be sure it will work with KMail. The service is of course very interesting, i am currently testing this on a number of devices. The only issue I see right now is the inability to read messages offline, while on a mac or pc.
I understand that you have the bridge app, but as this is only for paid users it is somewhat limiting. Can we please please have some urgency on the Linux version of the Protonmail Bridge for Linux please!
The ProtonMail Bridge for Linux is currently in the beta stage. For information on becoming a beta tester, please send us a message to bridge protonmail. I am very impatient to have this version to become a paid users of protonmail and change my VPN to protonvpn. One vote for POP3 support in Bridge. Just signed up for an account this morning. With Outlook , set up the bridge correctly. Outlook test message works fine. I started changing some of my accounts to Proton mail but after a couple of days my Outlook Proton mail folder was still empty, except for the test messages.
Logged into Proton Mail online and there sits an inbox full of mail. Why is the bridge not working with Outlook. Please Help. Please contact our support team at contact protonmail. Yes, you can search through your messages, along with the message body, in your email client.
In Thunderbird. Can you assist please? Our team is actively working on making the Bridge app open-source, it will be in the near future. During setup, it is asking for incoming and outgoing servers. I uses the example of a server address as this format; Incoming: None of them seem to be in this format. Please contact our Bridge team at bridge protonmail. Leave this field empty. For support inquires please visit: For security related questions: Facebook Twitter. Toggle navigation. Ask your Question Search for: Helpful Not Helpful. Post Comment comments Al.
You must log in to vote. IMAP option could be used as a less secure but more device friendly version of the account. ProtonMail Support. We appreciate the suggestions. We will definitely take them into consideration.
Andrii Kozytskyi. Any idea when imap will be available? One vote for POP3 access. A creative solution via an add-on would be fantastic. Lance J.