Takes all unread emails from a mailbox and adds entries directly to a database table. The original email is saved as an EML based on three attachment type options
Each email attachment is saved as its own document The database tables store the Appian document ids, email recipients, subject and body (text and HTML).
v1.1.2 enables the selection of whether or not to include the email attachments as part of the EML document where previously the plug-in would create an EML document with the attachments stripped out.
Please refer to the attachments included in the download for further documentation and examples.
Thanks Niel for the details information. I am still struggling to make connection with email.
We are connecting to email box on behalf of service account i.g: domain/service account/emailbox(email name before @) hence i have created third party credential like test_domain/MVSS-CMS/test_email and password of the given email account.
I hope i am doing correct things.
Got the latest document. Thank you!!
Vinod Tate, the JavaMail properties listed are recommendations based on the respective protocols. There are imap and pop3 links within the section that will point you to additional properties available based on those protocols, that could also be used.
Hi Vinod Tate, the download package has been updated!
Thank you Neil,
When shall we get updated documentation. I am having questions in mail key,values configuration.
Are these email properties more specific to IMAP/IMAPS protocol or we can use it for other protocol like POP/POP3?
Hi Vinod,It looks like that was an issue in how the README file got rendered. It should read "mail.<protocol>.connectiontimeout", where <protocol> would be pop3 in your case. I've provided an update to the supporting documents and am waiting on them to post.
Hi Neil, Can I use java email property as mentioned in document. As I can see two of property having double dots in it e.g "mail..connectiontimeout" please confirm. I am using pop3 protocol so should I use all property?