ProtonMail has simply introduced Bridge for Linux, lastly permitting customers to to get their ProtonMail message proper within the e mail consumer they use on the pc.
Bridge has been in beta for fairly a while now, and the secure model comes with a collection of latest choices due to the mixing with Linux e mail apps, together with full-text search, offline enhancing, and e mail exporting and backups.
At this level, Bridge for Linux is particularly optimized for Thunderbird, Mozilla’s e mail consumer that’s utilized by a major variety of customers on Linux. However, the app is suitable with just about any e mail consumer on Linux that makes use of IMAP/SMTP protocols.
ProtonMail says that is only the start of Bridge on Linux, so future updates will deliver enhancements to the design, but in addition assist for extra purchasers on the platform.
“ProtonMail’s mission is to construct a protected Internet for everybody. To try this, we’re dedicated to constructing clear, moral, and safe merchandise, and ProtonMail Bridge is not any exception. That’s why we’re working onerous on opening our supply code for Bridge,” the corporate says.
Setting up ProtonMail Bridge for Linux
Setting up Bridge on Linux isn’t that arduous, however ProtonMail recommends everybody to verify the signature of the downloaded installer simply to ensure every little thing is safe – as you most likely know already, ProtonMail has made safety their important objective, so their suggestions clearly make sense.
“After downloading the right bundle in your system, we advocate you confirm the signature of the downloaded file. This ensures that the file you acquired was not broken or tampered with,” the workforce says.
Full info on obtain, set up, and use ProtonMail Bridge for Linux is on the market on this web page, and ProtonMail has additionally ready a assist web page for Linux customers that comes with solutions to the most typical questions.