Protonmail is the best secure email solution period, other products in the suite such as ProtonVPN and hopefully soon Drive and Calendar will finally make it the perfect Gsuite alternative.
You might want to consider getting a domain name of your own and then get email hosting which will allow you to set up your email in the way you want. If you don't want to have to manage and pay for domain name and email hosting, you may try premium email services like Space Email, Proton Mail etc. With then you'll definitely be able to get a username/email address of your choice. Source: 1 day ago
I closed all Proton Mail tabs and navigated to protonmail.com and a cleared out login area was shown. Without checking the "keep me logged in", I entered my credentials and was prompted for my 2FA info. I entered that and it worked. Source: 2 months ago
Can I add my gmail account to my proton mail account so I can send emails and choose betwen my gmail.com email or my protonmail.com email account? Im not talking about the easy switch feature btw. Source: 3 months ago
I hear ProtonMail is good, especially for your needs. : https://protonmail.com/. - Source: Hacker News / 3 months ago
Protonmail.com for my primary, though really, simplelogin.com when I sign up at a site. Source: 5 months ago
(for example, I usually use the full protonmail.com when signing up for things and more official communications, and pm.me when messaging friends and family). Source: 5 months ago
Looooong time no post, everyone. I've been focusing elsewhere from the Q beat for a while, but I'm doing a story on the survivability of the dinar scam after being contacted by someone whose parents are still throwing their money away waiting for the RV. If you've got someone in your life still buying dinars, doing dinar chats, etc, I'd love to ask you a few questions. Reach out at rothschildmd (at)... Source: 5 months ago
Just switching to something like Proton will do a lot in keeping sensitive data from these companies. That and basic things, you shouldn't use chrome and be running adblock and cookie blockers. Source: 6 months ago
Press the sign up button. You can fill in the first and last name details with whatever, and your email with an email. I would recommend using some random mail that isn't matched with you already. protonmail.com is a good choice for creating these, simple an free. Source: 6 months ago
I suggest you to use a secure e-mail provider such as protonmail.com, this will guarantee that your IP address won't be visible to your boss even if they send you remote images. Source: 6 months ago
My question would be, if someone has marked my e-mails as spam (using protonmail.com domain), will his e-mail system also treat messages from my new e-mail address registered with the same username but proton.me domain as spam? Source: 6 months ago
It's not more confusing than emailing someone with a protonmail.com address from a gmail.com one. Source: 6 months ago
If you do have trouble and have a paid version of Proton (I think you need paid), you can just create another protonmail.com account. You can make Proton.me, protonmail.com, protonmail.ch and pm.me accounts for yourself. Source: 6 months ago
That Mailbox looks interesting, theres even a Address book syncronization, will take a look but probly won't change since changing emails is kinda difficult, and just now I got my own domain, a lot of accounts still uses the protonmail.com domain. Source: 7 months ago
There are easy-to-use anonymous email services like protonmail.com (which FYI I've never used, so I can't specifically recommend it and only mention it as an example). Source: 7 months ago
Also the email changed a couple weeks ago, it is now tutonata.com instead of protonmail.com. Source: 7 months ago
So, I got an email today from someone who is an attorney at Washington Navy Yard. In their email signature, it gives their .mil email and a protonmail email! I thought that the DOD had strict polices that members had to use their .MIL email account only! Just something to keep in mind if your doing FOIA requests, that the govt employee could very well be using a protonmail.com for govt bussiness. I personally... Source: 7 months ago
I just registered with protonmail.com. Don't talk about stuff you don't know. Thank you. Source: 8 months ago
People are so used to email ending with .com that it is simpler, in my experience, to use protonmail.com. Also, if you think, proton+mail is a quite simple phonetic (at least in most western languages) combination, so that plus the universal .com does the job. I tried proton.me and even the previous @pm.me and it wasn't at all easier than protonmail.com. Source: 8 months ago
You can also try receiving this email at one of the other email addresses available on your account (maybe an address under our brand domains: proton.me, protonmail.com, pm.me), to see if you will encounter the same problem. Source: 8 months ago
How about if I remove my proton.me address will I be allowed to keep my protonmail.com instead? Source: 8 months ago
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