Proton mail  [SOLVED]

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lmarcos
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Proton mail

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Would adding Proton Mail web client as an option to the current Rainloop and Roundcube be an option more security oriented?
https://github.com/ProtonMail/WebClients

They also have some other apps in their open source repo, like VPN and drive.
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lmarcos wrote: Fri 22. Apr 2022, 21:13 Would adding Proton Mail web client as an option to the current Rainloop and Roundcube be an option more security oriented?
https://github.com/ProtonMail/WebClients

They also have some other apps in their open source repo, like VPN and drive.
They are on MS-Github. A reason to be skeptical.
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Re: Proton mail  [SOLVED]

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Hello,

ProtonMail requires Node.js. This is not part of the default software stack that KeyHelp installs. Therefore, it is not planned to include ProtonMail.

But of course you can install it yourself. After you are done. Go on to KeyHelp Admin Area -> Configuration -> Webmail -> Access URL.
There you can enter your ProntonMail URL and from now on all links within KeyHelp will point to your ProtonMail instance.
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