Working with DYMO Label Web Service
How can I tell if the DYMO Label Web Service is running?
You should see the DLS application icon within the system tray. Right-click this icon to display a context menu. The menu displays the web service’s status (i.e., “Started on port 41951” or “Stopped”).
The following shows what it looks like on Windows.
On Mac, the DLS application icon and context menu will appear within the system tray like this:
If your DYMO Label Web Service does not say Started on port: port # within the 41951-41960 range, your Dymo cannot connect to the Internet browser. You can start the web service at any time by right clicking on the service’s icon in the system tray and choosing the Start service menu item.
Clicking the Configure menu item will cause a configuration window to appear. This allows you to change the language and listening port. The web service will normally try to use the first available port within the 41951-41960 range. You can override this behavior by checking the Use single port checkbox, which makes the service only try using the specified port only. You cannot specify a port number that does not fall within the specified range. The service will not try using any other port if an error occurs while using this option.
Click the Diagnose menu item within the context menu while the service is running. If the self-test succeeds, a dialog box will appear asking you to open a test page in your browser to see if SSL certificate is working.
Click the Yes button to open your default web browser. The browser should display a page indicating the web service is running correctly. The page address should be something to the following effect:
The port number may vary from machine to machine.