Difference between revisions of "Zimbra REST API Reference:Import Message"

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=== Parameters ===
 
=== Parameters ===
  
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<code>{folder-name}</code>. The name of the mail folder. This can be a default or a user-defined folder. Default folders include:
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<li><code>inbox</code>. The inbox folder.</li>
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<li><code>drafts</code>. The drafts folder.</li>
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<li><code>sent</code>. The sent items folder.</li>
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<li><code>trash</code>. The trash folder.</li>
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<li><code>junk</code>. The junk/spam folder.</li>
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=== Usage Examples ===
 
=== Usage Examples ===

Revision as of 16:18, 19 January 2010

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REST API Method: Import Message

Imports a message to a mail folder in MIME RFC822 format. Default (inbox/sent/trash/junk) and user-defined folders are supported.

URL

http://localhost:7070/home/john.doe/{folder-name}

HTTP Method

POST

Formats

N/A

Requires Authentication

true (Go to Authentication)

Parameters

Folder Name

{folder-name}. The name of the mail folder. This can be a default or a user-defined folder. Default folders include:

  • inbox. The inbox folder.
  • drafts. The drafts folder.
  • sent. The sent items folder.
  • trash. The trash folder.
  • junk. The junk/spam folder.

Usage Examples

The following examples show using the curl utility to post a file to the REST command. Be sure to replace {username} and {password} with the account username and password.

Import the message into the "inbox" folder:

curl -{username}:{password} --upload-file /tmp/mymessage.msg http://localhost:7070/home/john.doe/inbox

Import the message into the user-defined "mymessages" folder:

curl -{username}:{password} --upload-file /tmp/mymessage.msg http://localhost:7070/home/john.doe/mymessages


Verified Against: Zimbra Collaboration Suite 6.0 Date Created: 01/16/2010
Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Zimbra_REST_API_Reference:Import_Message Date Modified: 2010-01-19



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