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Webmail Handler

Webmail Handler (only available from v6.0)


Allows the Webmail compose screen to be opened with content pre-populated. Typically used through a data channel so that it can be invoked from a button on a wiki page.

YAML
objects:
  -

    type: webmail
    ref: new_webmail
    data:
      to: test@test.com  
      cc: test@test.com
      bcc: test@test.com
      subject: Subject text
      body: wikiparsed:TempWebmail # uses text from a wiki page
      html: n



Webmail Object Parameters


Field nameMandatoryValue tiki version
typeyesmust be "webmail">=6.0
ref can potentially link to other objects>=6.0
accountId the account Id# that is set as the current send webmail accountfrom ???
to the 'direct' addressee(s) for the webmail. Can be a comma separated list or imported from a wiki page using for example wikiparsed: pagename or wikicontent: pagename>=6.0
cc the 'copy to' addressee(s) for the webmail. Can be a comma separated list or imported from a wiki page using for example wikiparsed: pagename or wikicontent: pagename>=6.0
bcc the 'blind copy' addressee(s) for the webmail. Can be a comma separated list or import from a wiki page using for example wikiparsed: pagename or wikicontent: pagename>=6.0
subject the webmail subject line. Can be simple text or imported from a wiki page using for example wikiparsed: pagename or wikicontent: pagename>=6.0
body the webmail body content. Can be simple text or imported from a wiki page using for example wikiparsed: pagename or wikicontent: pagename>=6.0
html sets the webmail html parameter>=6.0
fattId sets a File Gallery fileId# that will be an attachment to the composed webmail>=12.4 but not Tiki13
pageaftersend defines a wiki page that a link is shown to 'clicked through to' after the send is complete. A useful feature since this can be assigned dynamically in a profile when webmail is used as part of an overall business process>=12.4 but not Tiki13



Details

Minimally, to open the webmail screen with just a to: field populated the following YAML syntax will suffice.

YAML
objects:
  -
    type: webmail
    data:
      to: test@test.com


A more complete set of YAML might look like this

YAML
objects:
  -
    type: webmail
    data:
      accountId: 3
      to: test@test.com
      cc: test2@test.com
      bcc: test3@test.com
      subject: the subject line text
      body: the text in the body of the composed webmail
      html: y
      fattId: 12
      pageaftersend: Homepage



  • mind your spaces here each level of indentation is two spaces. (recommended). type and data are at the third level, webmail fields at the fourth


List of Profiles with Webmail Handler


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