Proton Mail BETA v1.12 Release Notes

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We are happy to announce the release of Proton Mail v1.12. As usual, please clear your browser cache or log out and log back in if you encounter any problems.

New Features

  • Added Advanced Search
  • Added support for iCal and ICS (calendar) emails
  • New daily notification system that can be turned off
  • Added ability to export Contacts
  • Notification message when emails are sent successfully
  • Added ability to view raw email messages
  • Added ability to SHIFT+click multiple emails

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a bug were large attachments could prevent drafts from being auto-saved.
  • Fixed a bug where attachments of a certain size could not be uploaded
  • Fixed a few bugs related to “next” and “previous” buttons when viewing messages
  • Fixed a bug where editing multiple settings could conflict with CSRF protection script
  • Fixed UI bugs on mobile and on Windows related to the editor
  • Fixed a password reset bug where certain usernames were unable to reset their passwords
  • Fixed a bug regarding key generation on mobile devices
  • Fixed a bug affecting some pages where clicking back in the browser would give a warning
  • Fixed printing of all messages
  • Fixed IE11 bug related to the editor where the cursor would appear outside the frame

Improvements

  • Improved the way searching is done
  • Improved performance for creating new user accounts
  • Improved the way the site loads assets for users on slower network connections
  • Redesigned the Compose page
  • Reworked how assets are cached to prevent caching issues when launching new releases
  • Improved the way contacts are imported for wider support of formats
  • Improved performance when uploading large number of contacts by 400%
  • Reworked the Contacts page style
  • Reworked the Settings page style

Known Issues

  • Editor defaults to double spaced on some versions of IE on Windows
  • Key generation on mobile is unsupported

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