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Shared mailboxes #903

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armhub opened this issue Dec 6, 2018 · 14 comments
Open

Shared mailboxes #903

armhub opened this issue Dec 6, 2018 · 14 comments

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@armhub armhub commented Dec 6, 2018

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@JimmyCushnie
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@JimmyCushnie JimmyCushnie commented Dec 13, 2019

This is a very important feature for business use. I hope it will be coming soon.

@ghost
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@ghost ghost commented Mar 2, 2020

A little confused by the linked closed issues. By shared email accounts, does this mean mailboxes to which multiple users (with their own login credentials) have access?

@armhub armhub changed the title Shared email accounts Shared mailboxes Mar 3, 2020
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@armhub armhub commented Mar 3, 2020

Yes, this is about shared mailboxes that can be used by multiple users at the same time without having to login as a different user. I have renamed the issue to make it better understandable.

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@QEDeD QEDeD commented Apr 27, 2020

This feature would also be great for families and couples, who want a shared email address, like us@[familiy_name].TLD. Currently, you need either need a separate account with the shared address or, if you make it an alias to one of the family member's account, other family members have to log into the other person's account. Instead, it would be nice to simply have one or more folders that could be accessed from each person's own account.

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@ghost ghost commented Apr 27, 2020

Shared mailboxes are a surprisingly rare feature of mail services, considering how useful they are!

@AFulgens
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@AFulgens AFulgens commented Jul 5, 2020

Am I mistaked here or this could be trivially solved by implementing #516? (One mailbox + aliases = shared mailbox)

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@laius laius commented Aug 17, 2020

Any news regarding a release date? After all, it's been added to the project roadmap over 19 months ago. And it's (from my PoV) essential for families requiring a common inbox.

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@laius laius commented Aug 17, 2020

Am I mistaked here or this could be trivially solved by implementing #516? (One mailbox + aliases = shared mailbox)

No. We don't want one mailbox with two addresses. Instead we want two mailboxes of which one is shared.

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@jflattery jflattery commented Aug 17, 2020

Any news regarding a release date? After all, it's been added to the project roadmap over 19 months ago. And it's (from my PoV) essential for families requiring a common inbox.

"Soon"™

@QEDeD
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@QEDeD QEDeD commented Aug 18, 2020

Looking forward to it 🙂

@laius
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@laius laius commented Aug 26, 2020

Any news regarding a release date? After all, it's been added to the project roadmap over 19 months ago. And it's (from my PoV) essential for families requiring a common inbox.

"Soon"™

Could you specify this a little? Like, are we talking closer to 4 weeks or 4 months?

@jflattery
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@jflattery jflattery commented Aug 28, 2020

Any news regarding a release date? After all, it's been added to the project roadmap over 19 months ago. And it's (from my PoV) essential for families requiring a common inbox.

"Soon"™

Could you specify this a little? Like, are we talking closer to 4 weeks or 4 months?

I would say 4 years, give or take 3 years should be about accurate. But I know nothing.

@JimmyCushnie
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@JimmyCushnie JimmyCushnie commented Nov 30, 2020

Bump -- @armhub is there any ETA for this? It is a pain forwarding emails to the other person who needs to see them.

@tegutistgut
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@tegutistgut tegutistgut commented May 9, 2021

Come on. Please do this.
The only privacy friendly clients are K-9 and FairEmail.

The only alternatives would be Tutunota or ProtonMail (if they do it) or CanaryMail (they think about making it open source)

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