I recently upgraded from Windows 7 to 10. In Windows 7, I used tvhgooglemapi as my default mail app, so I could for instance send attachments from Word or Windows Explorer using Google Webmail, without the need of an actual mail application.
Now that I installed Windows 10, I wanted to give the default Mail app that comes with it a try, so I added my Google account, and I can use it to send and receive mail. However, it does not work from Word 2007 (Office button > Send > E-mail) or Windows Explorer (Send to > Mail recipient), and I get an error message (roughly translated from Dutch): "There is no e-mail application to execute the requested action. Create a shortcut in Default Applications in the Control Panel if you have an e-mail application installed".
The Mail app was already set as the default handler for all protocols it can handle (MAILTO, MS_UNISTORE_EMAIL and OUTLOOKMAIL), so I am not sure what to do next. Is that app actually able to handle MAPI mail? Is there a workaround?