ProtonBlog(new window)
paypal and custom signatures

New Features: PayPal Support and Signatures for Addresses

Share this page

Since we released paid plans last month, many users have supported us by upgrading to paid plans(new window). Proton Mail does not serve ads or abuse your privacy, so revenue from paid plans is essential for Proton Mail to continue operating(new window). When paid accounts were launched, credit card was the only accepted payment method. Now for the first time, we are accepting PayPal for upgrades to paid accounts.

PayPal Support

Proton Mail has had a contentious history with PayPal(new window), starting when PayPal froze funds during our crowdfunding campaign. Since then, we have been told that PayPal has improved their policies so we are willing to give PayPal another chance. However, the fees for PayPal are much higher, and we are still a bit wary of PayPal so credit card is still our preferred payment method. To pay with PayPal, simply select PayPal as the payment method from our payment page when upgrading your account.

protonmail paypal support(new window)

Signatures for Custom Domain Addresses

Proton Mail Paid account users have the ability to add custom domain addresses, or additional Proton Mail address(new window) to their primary account. Starting in version 3.1.4 we’ve added the ability to edit and customize the Display Name and Signature for each address in your account.

custom domain signatures edit(new window)

To edit your addresses, simply go to Settings –> Addresses and click on Edit Identity

Sign up for a free email account here.

Protect your privacy with Proton
Create a free account

Share this page

Jason Stockman(new window)

Jason is a co-founder of Proton Mail. He works on building Proton Mail's user interface and websites. Jason has over 10 years experience building websites and applications.

Related articles

How to share a PDF
Sharing a PDF with coworkers, friends, or family members can sometimes be trickier than it seems if you’re trying to share a large file or if you want to use secure encryption. In this article, we show you how to share any PDF quickly, easily, and se
Proton Pass for Windows
Proton Pass is launching its new app for Windows, allowing you to access our password manager from your desktop. As one of our community’s most requested features, it’s available to everyone starting today. Proton Pass is the centerpiece of our effo
password policy
Businesses are increasingly dealing with the fallout from cybercrime: The number of attacks is on the rise and the damage done is growing exponentially. One of the most common vulnerabilities for organizations are their passwords. Since they are your
How to free up disk space
If you’ve ever owned an electronic device of any kind, you know the struggle of running out of space. No matter if it’s a smartphone, laptop, or desktop computer, there never seems to be enough room for all your files. Let’s show you some simple ways
What is 3-2-1 backup
Data backup is vital for businesses and individuals alike: In case something happens to your primary computer, you always have a copy of your data to fall back on.  How should you approach backup, though? The 3-2-1 rule can act as a guide when decid
What was your first pet’s name? In what city were you born?  We’ve all had to answer these questions to reset a long-forgotten password, but consider how that works. Much of this information is easy to find for others (or easily forgotten by you), m