With Google’s Gmail unsend option only available for a maximum of 30 seconds, it becomes a little tricky to recall or delete an unwanted email that you may have sent by mistake via the Gmail service.
Hence a new service called Dmail has been created to make it easy to recall or delete any email that you may have sent via Gmail and wish you hadn’t.
The Dmail Google Chrome web browser extension provides you with a wealth of options including the ability to self-destruct the email after you have sent it, with settings to destroy it in an hour, day, week or never. Even if you have selected the never destroy a Gmail communication, you still have the option to be able to go in and delete the message removing it from recipients mail boxes if needed in the future.
Also recipients of your emails that have been configured by Dmail, need not have the Chrome extension installed on their system. Instead they are greeted by a message that states “This secure message was sent using Dmail. To view this message, simply click the button below.”
Dmail is a simple way to send – and more importantly unsend – secure emails directly from your Gmail. Dmail ensures only the intended recipient will be able to read the body of your email. As the sender, you can revoke access to any message sent with Dmail at any time, even after it’s been read. Lastly, anyone can read Dmail, regardless of whether they have the plugin installed, or even use Gmail.
For more information on the useful Dmail Chrome extension jump over to the official website for more details and links to be able to download it.
Source: Tech Crunch