gmail Component

Available as of Camel 2.1
The gmail component contributes to the Camel Components for Google App Engine (GAE). It supports sending of emails via the GAE mail service. Receiving mails is not supported yet but will be added later. Currently, only Google accounts that are application administrators can send emails.

URI format

Options

Name

Default Value

Context

Description

to

null

Producer

To-receiver of the email. This can be a single receiver or a comma-separated list of receivers.

cc

null

Producer

Cc-receiver of the email. This can be a single receiver or a comma-separated list of receivers.

bcc

null

Producer

Bcc-receiver of the email. This can be a single receiver or a comma-separated list of receivers.

subject

null

Producer

Subject of the email.

outboundBindingRef

reference to GMailBinding

Producer

Reference to an OutboundBinding<GMailEndpoint, MailService.Message, void> in the Registry for customizing the binding of an Exchange to the mail service.

Message headers

Name

Type

Context

Description

GMailBinding.GMAIL_SUBJECT

String

Producer

Subject of the email. Overrides subject endpoint option.

GMailBinding.GMAIL_SENDER

String

Producer

Sender of the email. Overrides sender definition in endpoint URI.

GMailBinding.GMAIL_TO

String

Producer

To-receiver(s) of the email. Overrides to endpoint option.

GMailBinding.GMAIL_CC

String

Producer

Cc-receiver(s) of the email. Overrides cc endpoint option.

GMailBinding.GMAIL_BCC

String

Producer

Bcc-receiver(s) of the email. Overrides bcc endpoint option.

Message body

On the producer side the in message body is converted to a String.

Usage

Sends an email with subject Hello from account1@gmail.com to account2@somewhere.com. The mail message body is taken from the in message body. Please note that account1@gmail.com must be an administrator account for the current GAE application.

Dependencies

Maven users will need to add the following dependency to their pom.xml.

pom.xml

See Also

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