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We are happy to announce the release of Proton Mail v1.05. As usual, please completely clear your browser cache to make sure you load the latest version of Proton Mail.

Bug Fixes

  • Login and password resetting system is improved.
  • Security enhancements based on external security audit by Cyberkov(new window).
  • A few UI improvements – better mobile and tablet support.
  • Replying to empty encrypted message is correctly handled.

New Features

  • Sending to Yahoo is now working.
  • Search can be done on Sender, Message Title, and unencrypted Message Body.
  • Email bounces now properly handled.

Known Issues

  • Multiple attachments not properly supported
  • Older browser versions are not fully supported, please use the latest browser versions.
  • Mobile and Tablet not yet fully supported
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