Default WebMailer Beta 0.6 released
Default WebMailer Beta 0.6 is released.
Default WebMailer can set a webmail as the default e-mail program. More than 30 webmails such as Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail and AOL Mail are available.
* For more information, see Default WebMailer Official Site.
Default WebMailer Beta 0.6
(2011-12-22, 181 KB, ZIP file)
* Free only for personal & non-commercial use. For continued use or commercial use, please donate $5 to support. Thanks!
Changes from Previous Version (0.5)
- Newly supports the following webmails
- Improved mail link (mailto URL) handling completely
- Converts mailto URL into appropriate encoding
- Supports UTF-8, EUC-JP, Shift_JIS, ISO-2022-JP (JIS) and not-encoding (raw) text
- Supports “to header” in mailto URL (e.g. mailto:addr1?to=addr2 is interpreted as mailto:addr1, addr2)
- Supports webmails that some reserved characters in URL are not available
- Supports webmails that empty mailto URL (mailto:) is not available
- Some minor/trivial changes
New and Noteworthy
Supports Gmail (Google Apps)
You can use custom email address that has your own domain in Gmail on Google Apps.
Selecting “Gmail (Google Mail, Google Apps)” from webmail list in Default WebMailer, the following dialog box will open to input your domain name used at Google Apps.
Supports webmail services in more languages
In addition to English/Japanese, Webmail services in 7 languages have been added. Major webmail services such as Yandex and Mail.ru in Russia, NAVER and Daum in Korea, and so on are available.
* See also List of Supported Webmail Services in Default WebMailer
The latest information including updates and documentation on Default WebMailer is available at the following URLs.