Proton Mail BETA v1.02 Release Notes

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Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a bug that prevents some email address from showing in ‘CC’ when hitting ‘Reply to All’
  • Fixed a bug that user’s email address is not shown appropriately in pages not in the email system when they log in
  • Clarified wording for expiration time
  • Fixed a bug on the default expiration time for encrypted outside email
  • Various styling updates for tablet and mobile

New Features

  • Increase the default RSA key length from 1024 to 2048


Known Issues

  • Multiple attachments not properly supported, however you can upload multiple attachments which are stored in the safe folder on your local disk
  • Internet Explorer not yet fully supported, however IE11 is OK
  • Safari is not yet fully supported
  • Mobile and Tablet not yet fully supported
  • Emails cannot be sent to Yahoo, Proton Mail is not yet on the whitelist
  • Spam filtering of incoming unencrypted emails not yet working

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