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Developer Reference / AOS API Document / Send Messages

AOS Send Messages API commands - RFC


Date: 21 Feb. 2000
Available: 21 Feb. 2000
Status: Draft
Compliant to AOS API Version: AOS 2.0b1
Revision: 1 (15 Jan. 2001)
Revision: 2 (16 April 2001)
Revision: 3 (24 April 2001)
Web: http://www.afteroffice.com/dev/api/sendmessage.html
By fui@afteroffice.com


Description
Send message. Support saving message to draft mailbox.
What is new:
Nothing has been changed in the command since Rev 0, just that more internal parameters have been published - providing more action on sending messages.
New in revision 2
Nothing has been changed on the API, added a MID parameter which was not documented.
New in revision 3
Add mheader parameter for customer header. Good for sending attachment or HTML email.


Command: [SID].sdmailact.mail.mms
Use: Send message or save message into draft mailbox.
Access: HTTP
Method: POST and GET
Parameters case sensitive: NO
Where: [SID] = the user login session ID

Result: html (browser) or OK (LC)

Parameters:

Key Mandatory Description Sample
api Yes Indicate the http query is for API, only 1 argument accepted: “LC”. lc
mid No The email ID. Use this to save draft and overwrite the last version. 9556241
mto No To email Addr support@afteroffice.com
mcc No CC email Addr support@afteroffice.com
mbcc No Bcc email Addr support@afteroffice.com
msub No Subject of email support@afteroffice.com
body No body of email Meeting
snd No Specify “checked” indication to send the message as soon as possible. Without this parameter, the message will not be sent. If you use “svdf” parameter, remember to skip this one. checked
mprio No the Priority of the mail 1-5 1
keepcopy No Keep a copy in outbox after sent, specify “checked” for true, empty for skip keeping copy. checked
svdrf No Save the message in the draft mailbox. The message will not be sent checked
mheaderNo Custom header to insert. X-Company: Afteroffice
URL No specify the URL to redirect the browser where to go next after sending the message.http://abc.org/done/

URL Sample:
http://afteroffice.com/SIDxxx.sdmailact.mail.mms

Note:
Browser has problem to support large GET data set, it is more reliable to use this command with POST method.

dev/api/sendmessage.txt · Last modified: 2015/06/05 07:17 by vikki