Proton Mail BETA v1.10 Release Notes

Share this page

We are happy to announce the release of Proton Mail v1.10. As usual, please completely clear your browser cache to make sure you load the latest version of Proton Mail.

New Features

  • Better support for mobile users.
  • User’s account name is now hidden in the notification email (to ensure privacy).
  • Message ID’s are now encrypted to prevent data leakage and guessing.
  • Users are able to reset Mailbox Password after logging in, but all the previous encrypted messages will be lost.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed foreign language encoding problems in attachment names.
  • Now correctly display PDF files with wrong / unset MIME types.
  • Emails sent from Outlook Calendar are displayed.
  • Fix rare case where key generation fails and invite link becomes unusable.
  • Now emails from Apple can be received.

Known Issues

  • Multiple attachments not properly supported.
  • Mobile and Tablet not yet fully supported.
  • Attachments are not encrypted.

Security Fixes

  • Stronger random generator for invite tokens.
  • Fixed potential XSS for malicious inline text attachments.

Share this page

Related articles

  • Privacy Basics
Gmail is not end-to-end encrypted, and Google retains access to all your emails. Here are five steps to make Gmail more secure and the best alternative if you’re looking for genuine privacy. We explain why Gmail is not completely secure or private,
October is European Cybersecurity Month, making this the perfect time to assess your security. We’re sharing some of our most important cybersecurity guides to help.  At Proton, your security is our top priority. We believe your data belongs to you
Emails you send with most email providers aren’t private. We explain how to add password protection or enhanced encryption to messages in Gmail and Outlook and how to send a genuinely private email with Proton Mail. You can password-protect emails i