Thunderbird, Outlook, and Apple Mail can now use ProtonMail accounts with the help of a brand-new desktop application called ProtonMail Bridge, which is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux users.

During the past two years, we’ve looked at ProtonMail from two different angles. The service was first announced in 2014, and our how-to guide was published just a month ago.

Until recently, ProtonMail login was only available as a web-based service and in the form of mobile apps. To integrate your keys into other applications, you had the option of exporting them to a file.

This is no longer the case, thanks to the ProtonMail Bridge. Using the free software program, the ProtonMail app can now be accessed through desktop email clients such as Outlook. ProtonMail’s end-to-end encryption and zero-access encryption are the main advantages of this approach.

Prices for ProtonMail’s services

Depending on your needs, ProtonMail offers you four different pricing plans, each with various features and benefits. Pricing options for ProtonMail range from free to premium.

The free version of ProtonMail

For those who believe privacy should be a fundamental human right, ProtonMail has made its free account version available to everyone. This plan is for you if you want to send and receive encrypted emails without incurring a fee.

It has 500MB of storage. As long as you don’t get emails with large images or videos, this can be an excellent way to keep your data usage under control.

Your daily email allotment is capped at 150 in the free package. Most people will be happy with the allocation. If this isn’t enough for you, you have the option to upgrade to one of the paid plans. Another drawback of this package is the lower level of customer service it provides compared to more expensive options.

While the free plan has some limitations, it still lets you send and receive secure emails. If you’re not sure which paid program is best for you, we recommend first starting with the free version.

The free version provides the following:

  • 150 messages a day, on average.
  • Customer service is severely lacking.
  • 500 MB of space.

The ProtonMail Plus

With the plus plan, you’ll get a secure email and a slew of extras for a low monthly fee. You’ll pay just $4 a month for the Plus plan.

Access to 5GB of storage and the ability to send a maximum of 1,000 messages per day are among the advantages of this plan. In addition, you’ll be able to create a domain and up to five aliases with the plus package.

Your email address can be personalized to use your domain instead of Labels, custom Filters, and folders are also options. You’ll also get priority customer service with this plan.

ProtonMail Plus includes the following features:

  • First-class customer service.
  • 5 GB of space.
  • Labels, custom filters, and folders.
  • 1,000 messages a day.
  • Domain alterations.
  • In addition, there are five email aliases to choose from.
  • Sending encrypted emails to people who aren’t ProtonMail members.

ProtonMail Professional

The professional version is the best option for those who run a business when it comes to email security. This plan costs $6.25 a month and includes features that are ideal for businesses.

There is a limit of 5,000 users, and each one gets 5GB of storage and five addresses as part of the package.

Your organization can have a custom domain name and employee accounts with the Professional plan. ProtonMail makes it simple to switch from your current email system to theirs.

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What this plan has to offer can be summed up as follows:

  • A domain-named email account.
  • All users will be protected by end-to-end encryption.
  • In addition, there are administrative controls in place.
  • Unlimited customer service.
  • A variety of storage options.
  • Tools for migration.
  • High-tech security measures.
  • Priority assistance
  • Personalized web address.

ProtonMail, in contrast to other corporate email systems, cannot be used for mass emailing or unsolicited email transmissions.

ProtonMail Visionary

If you’re willing to fork over the most money, this is your best option. This is a good option for those who need a lot of storage space and a more secure email. It has all of the perks, but it also has a few extras. The monthly fee for this plan is $24. An example of what it has to offer is as follows:

  • Storage space of 20 GB.
  • Email aliases of up to 50.
  • ProtonVPN.
  • Support for as many as ten distinct domains.
  • There are no restrictions on the number of messages that can be sent.
  • Support for Multiple Users (6 total).
  • Encrypt and send messages to people outside of your organization.
  • There are two types of labelling available: standard and custom.
  • Early access to new functions.

Unlike the professional plan, this one does not allow bulk emailing or the transmission of spam.


Your emails may not be secure if you are using a standard email provider. ProtonMail is a more secure and private email service for its customers. End-to-end encryption is provided by ProtonMail, which makes it easy to use while also ensuring the safety and privacy of your email communications. In addition, it includes features like the encrypted ProtonCalendar, ProtonDrive, and customizable, secure email. Go for ProtonMail if you care about your privacy and select a plan that fits your needs.

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