This is an internal plugin defined by extjs-app-webmail.
Use this plugin, if you...
- want to use extjs-app-webmail as the default email client that processes user interactions with
This package only works if extjs-app-webmail is used in a secured context, i.e. the website integrating extjs-app-webmail
http-client/server communication (SSL/TLS;
This plugin is automatically installed with extjs-app-webmail and enabled by default.
Enabling / Disabling the plugin
The plugin can be enabled by adding an entry with the field
xclass set to
conjoon.cn_mail.app.plugin.MailtoProtocolHandler in the
To disable the plugin, remove its entry from this section.
Using this plugin
We'll be using
Google ChromeV107.0.5304.107 for this example.
Once this plugin was properly recognized by the browser, you will see a new icon appearing to the right side of the address bar:
The new icon indicates that the website is asking for permission to register itself as a protocol handler. Click the icon to see more details.
Click Allow. You can always remove the web-app using extjs-app-webmail as the protocol handler by typing into the address bar:
This will open up the Protocol handlers setting page of Chrome, providing further configuration options for this setting.