How to manage Proton free personal email addresses
A free personal address is the original email address that belongs to individual Proton Mail users.
Everyone on Proton Mail has at least one free personal address:
- The original address you signed up with, which usually ends in @proton.me or @protonmail.com (like email@example.com)
- A short version of this address ending in @pm.me (firstname.lastname@example.org), which you can activate in Settings(new window) if your address is available
If you joined Proton before June 2022, you could have signed up for a free @proton.me address (email@example.com) for a limited time in addition to the original @protonmail.com (or @protonmail.ch) address you signed up with.
If you signed up before 2016, you also have a @protonmail.ch address.
With a Proton Free plan, you can only receive emails at your short @pm.me address. If you have a paid plan, you can also send messages from your @pm.me address.
Learn more about types of email addresses(new window)
Managing your free personal addresses
You can’t disable your free personal addresses. But if you have more than one Proton Mail account, you can merge their addresses(new window) into a single account to send and receive mail from the same mailbox.
To edit your address display name or add a signature:
1. Log in to your account at account.proton.me(new window) and go to Settings → Go to settings → Identity and addresses → Display name and signature.
2. Enter your new display name or signature.
To get more addresses and other premium features, you can upgrade your Proton plan.