What is DWmail™ Plugin Client for Windows?: DWmail™ Plugin Client is a small Windows application that allows you to set your DWmail webmail to be your default Windows e-mail client.
The Plugin Client DWmail to be run from
- Email link on Start Menu
- Email link from Internet Explorer
- mailto: hyperlinks in web pages
| Download for Windows XP
Download for Windows Vista
Version 1.2 released 12 March 2008
New features include new SDK support and memory usage enhancements
- Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows Vista
- .NET Framework 2.0
- DWmail version 4.0.3 or higher as a webmail client
Does the DWmail Plugin Client come with any third party software?
The only software that comes with the DWmail Plugin Client is the program needed to install the application. We do not install any advertising or other such software.
I can't install DWmail Plugin Client?
You will need administrative privileges over your operating system. If you are using Windows Vista you'll be asked for administrative access using User Account Control (UAC). DWmail Plugin Client also requires the .NET 2.0 Framework.
How do I uninstall DWmail Plugin Client?
In your control panel click on 'Add/Remove Programs' and select 'DWmail Plugin Client' and the 'Remove' button or via the Start Menu -> All Programs -> DWmail Client -> Uninstall
How do I configure DWmail Plugin Client to my webmail installation?
By default the Plugin Client points itself to http://www.dwmail.net. To change this go to Start -> All Programs -> DWmail Client -> DWmail Client
How do I set DWmail to be my Windows default email client?
When the Plugin Client is installed it simply adds itself as an email client to the Windows email client list. To set as default you need to change the program settings under your Internet Options control panel area under Windows XP or the Start Menu -> Default Programs section on Windows Vista. Details on how to do this are included in the Plugin Client help file.
Can I customise and redistribute the Client for my own DWmail installation and customers?
Yes this is possible using the Software Development Kit.