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NAME ^

REST::Google::Apps::EmailSettings - A Perl library to Google's RESTful Apps Email Settings API

SYNOPSIS ^

  use REST::Google::Apps::EmailSettings

  $google = REST::Google::Apps::EmailSettings->new(
      domain   => 'company.com',
      username => 'admin',
      password => 'g00gl34pp5!'
  );

  $google->enableForwarding(
      username  => 'jsmith',
      forwardTo => 'joe@example.net'
  );

DESCRIPTION ^

REST::Google::Apps::EmailSettings provides a Perl interface to Google's RESTful Apps API.

CONSTRUCTOR ^

new ( DOMAIN, USERNAME, PASSWORD )

Creates a new REST::Google::Apps::EmailSettings object. A domain parameter is required.

Supplying authentication information to the constructor is optional, but needs to happen either here or with a call to the authenticate method.

Example

  $google = REST::Google::Apps::EmailSettings->new(
      domain   => 'company.com',
      username => 'admin',
      password => 'g00gl34pp5!'
  );

METHODS ^

authenticate ( USERNAME, PASSWORD )

Authenticate a session.

Example

  $google->authenticate(
      username => 'admin',
      password => 'g00gl34pp5!'
  )
  || die "Could not authenticate";

createLabel ( USERNAME, LABEL )

Create a new label.

Example

  $google->createLabel(
      username => 'jsmith',
      label    => 'Receipts'
  )
  || die "Could not create label";

createFilter ( USERNAME, CRITERIA, ACTION )

Create a new filter.

One or more of the following parameters is required to define the criteria for the filter:

from

Specifies the e-mail address of the sender.

Example

  from => 'j.q.public@company.com'
to

Specifies the e-mail address the message was sent to.

Example

  to => 'jsmith@example.net'
subject

Filters for a string anywhere in the e-mail's subject line.

Example

  subject => 'project'
hasWord

Filters for a string anywhere in the e-mail's subject line or body.

Example

  hasWord => 'work'
noWord

Specifies that the e-mail cannot have a string anywhere in the subject or body.

Example

  noWord => 'proposal'
attachment

Can be 'true' or 'false', representing whether or not the e-mail contains an attachment

Example

  attachment => 'true'

One or more of the following parameters is required to define the action to be taken when the specified criteria has been met:

label

Specifies the name of the label to apply to the message. The label must already exist to be used (see the createLabel function).

Example

  label => 'Receipts'
markAsRead

Can be 'true' or 'false', representing whether or not to mark the message as read.

  markAsRead => 'true'
archive

Can be 'true' or 'false', representing whether or not to archive the message if the criteria is met.

Example

  archive => 'true'

Examples

  $google->createFilter(
      username => 'jsmith',
      hasWord  => 'receipt',
      label    => 'Receipts'
  )
  || die "Could not create filter";

  $google->createFilter(
      username => 'jsmith',
      from     => 'spam@example.net',
      archive  => 'true'
  )
  || die "Could not create filter";

createSendAs ( USERNAME, NAME, ADDRESS, REPLYTO, DEFAULT )

Create a send-as alias.

username

Required. Specified the username of the mail account.

name

Required. The name that will appear in the 'from' field for this user.

address

Required. The e-mail address that appears as the origination address for emails sent by this user.

replyTo

Optional. If set, this address will be included as the reply-to address in emails sent using the alias.

default

Optional. Can be 'true' or 'false', representing whether or not this alias will be become the new default alias to send-as for this user.

Example

  $google->createSendAs(
    username => 'jsmith',
    name     => 'Sales',
    address  => 'sales@company.com',
    default  => 'true'
  )
  || die "Could not create send-as alias";

enableWebClips ( USERNAME )

disableWebClips ( USERNAME )

Enable or disable web clips.

Example

  $google->enableWebClips( username => 'jsmith' );

enableForwarding ( USERNAME, FORWARDTO, ACTION )

Enable forwarding.

action is an optional parameter defining what Google should do with mail once forwarding is enabled. Valid options are 'archive', 'keep' (the default), and 'delete'.

Example

  $google->enableForwarding(
      username   => 'jsmith',
      forwareTo  => 'joe@example.net',
      action     => 'archive'
  )
  || die "Could not enable forwarding";

disableForwarding ( USERNAME )

Disable forwarding.

Example

  $google->disableForwarding( username => 'jsmith' );

enablePOP ( USERNAME, ENABLEFOR, ACTION )

Enable POP access.

action

An optional parameter defining what Google should do with mail once POP access is enabled. Valid options are 'archive', 'keep' (the default), and 'delete'.

enableFor

An optional parameter defining whether to enable POP for all mail, or mail from now on. Valid options are 'all', and 'now' (the default).

Example

  $google->enablePOP(
      username   => 'jsmith',
      enableFor  => 'all',
      action     => 'archive'
  )
  || die "Could not enable POP";

disablePOP ( USERNAME )

Disable POP access.

Example

  $google->disablePOP( username => 'jsmith' );

enableIMAP ( USERNAME )

disableIMAP ( USERNAME )

Enable or disable IMAP access.

Example

  $google->enableIMAP( username => 'jsmith' );

enableVacation ( USERNAME, SUBJECT, MESSAGE, CONTACTSONLY )

Enable a vacation/out-of-office auto-responder.

subject

The subject line for the vacation auto-responder.

message

The message body of the vacation auto-responder. Up to 100 KB is allowed.

contactsOnly

Whether to only send the autoresponse to known contacts.

Example

  $google->enableVacation(
      username => 'jsmith',
      subject  => 'Out of the office',
      message  => 'I will be out of the office until Tuesday.  Please '
                . 'contact me at 555-5555 for all urgent matters.'
  )
  || die "Could not enable vacation auto-responder";

disableVacation ( USERNAME )

Disable a vacation auto-responder.

Example

  $google->disableVacation( username => 'jsmith' );

enableSignature ( USERNAME, SIGNATURE )

Enable an e-mail signature.

Example

  $google->enableSignature(
      username  => 'jsmith',
      signature => 'Joey Smith - (+1) 555-555-5555'
  )
  || die "Could not enable signature";

disableSignature ( USERNAME )

Disable a signature.

Example

  $google->disableSignature( username => 'jsmith' );

setLanguage ( USERNAME, LANGUAGE )

Updating the display language setting.

Example

  $google->setLanguage(
      username => 'jsmith',
      language => 'de'
  );

setPageSize ( USERNAME, PAGESIZE )

Set the number of conversations to be shown per page.

Example

  $google->setPageSize(
      username => 'jsmith',
      pageSize => '50'
  );

enableShortcuts ( USERNAME )

disableShortcuts ( USERNAME )

Enable or disable keyboard shortcuts.

Example

  $google->enableShortcuts( username => 'jsmith' );

enableArrows ( USERNAME )

disableArrows ( USERNAME )

Enable or disable arrow-shaped personal indicators ( › and » ) next to emails that were sent specifically to the user.

Example

  $google->enableArrows( username => 'jsmith' );

enableSnippets ( USERNAME )

disableSnippets ( USERNAME )

Enable or disable snippets of messages in the inbox and when searching.

Example

  $google->enableSnippets( username => 'jsmith' );

AUTHOR ^

Scott Schneider <sschneid@gmail.com>

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