The Receive Email operator is used to receive emails. The protocol used is IMAP Version 4rev1. The operator will fetch emails automatically if the in port is not connected. When the port is connected, the operator will fetch emails whenever a new entry arrives. The output will be received as single messages, each one related to a single email.
|The maximum amount of entries the system will fetch. If
maxEntries is higher than the mailbox amount of
emails, it will only send the emails contained in the mailbox. If
maxEntries is smaller than the mailbox
occupancy, it will send only the 'maxEntries'
|Mandatory: The mailbox from which emails will be retrieved from.
This will only be used when in Polling mode.
|The poll period (in Milliseconds). Meaning that every
'pollPeriod' seconds, a new email fetch will be done. This will only
be used when in Polling mode.
|Only output unread emails
|When set to true, the system will only output emails that have
not been previously read.
|Holds information about connection information for the services.
|Which type of connection information will be used: Manual (user
input), or retrieved by the Connection Management Service
|The ID of the connection information to retrieve from the
Connection Management Service.
|All the connection properties for manual input:
This port will inform what mailbox should be fetched. When this port is used, it disables the Polling mode and performs an email fetch for every single entry arriving at this port.
A message containing the Message Attributes and the Body of an email. The email body can be either in 'plain-text' format or 'HTML' format.
Additional Object Information
- An object which has two fields, Name(type string) and Address(type string). The Name field is used to describe the name of the person (or entity) that has sent the email, this may be empty. The Address field contains the email which the email was received from, this is always filled.