MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi

Load the API package

use MailSlurp::Object::InboxControllerApi;

All URIs are relative to https://api.mailslurp.com

MethodHTTP requestDescription
create_inboxPOST /inboxesCreate an inbox email address. An inbox has a real email address and can send and receive emails.
create_inbox_with_defaultsPOST /inboxes/withDefaultsCreate an inbox with default options. Uses MailSlurp domain pool address and is private.
create_inbox_with_optionsPOST /inboxes/withOptionsCreate an inbox with options. Extended options for inbox creation.
delete_all_inboxesDELETE /inboxesDelete all inboxes
delete_inboxDELETE /inboxes/{inboxId}Delete inbox
get_all_inboxesGET /inboxes/paginatedList All Inboxes Paginated
get_emailsGET /inboxes/{inboxId}/emailsGet emails in an Inbox. This method is not idempotent as it allows retries and waits if you want certain conditions to be met before returning. For simple listing and sorting of known emails use the email controller instead.
get_inboxGET /inboxes/{inboxId}Get Inbox. Returns properties of an inbox.
get_inbox_emails_paginatedGET /inboxes/{inboxId}/emails/paginatedGet inbox emails paginated
get_inbox_sent_emailsGET /inboxes/{inboxId}/sentGet Inbox Sent Emails
get_inbox_tagsGET /inboxes/tagsGet inbox tags
get_inboxesGET /inboxesList Inboxes and email eddresses
get_organization_inboxesGET /inboxes/organizationList Organization Inboxes Paginated
send_emailPOST /inboxes/{inboxId}Send Email
send_email_and_confirmPOST /inboxes/{inboxId}/confirmSend email and return sent confirmation
send_test_emailPOST /inboxes/{inboxId}/send-test-emailSend a test email to inbox
set_inbox_favouritedPUT /inboxes/{inboxId}/favouriteSet inbox favourited state
update_inboxPATCH /inboxes/{inboxId}Update Inbox. Change name and description. Email address is not editable.

create_inbox

Inbox create_inbox(allow_team_access => $allow_team_access, description => $description, email_address => $email_address, expires_at => $expires_at, expires_in => $expires_in, favourite => $favourite, name => $name, tags => $tags, use_domain_pool => $use_domain_pool)

Create an inbox email address. An inbox has a real email address and can send and receive emails.

Create a new inbox and with a randomized email address to send and receive from. Pass emailAddress parameter if you wish to use a specific email address. Creating an inbox is required before sending or receiving emails. If writing tests it is recommended that you create a new inbox during each test method so that it is unique and empty.

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $allow_team_access = null; # boolean | Grant team access to this inbox and the emails that belong to it for team members of your organization.
my $description = "description_example"; # string | Optional description of the inbox for labelling purposes. Is shown in the dashboard and can be used with
my $email_address = "email_address_example"; # string | A custom email address to use with the inbox. Defaults to null. When null MailSlurp will assign a random email address to the inbox such as `123@mailslurp.com`. If you use the `useDomainPool` option when the email address is null it will generate an email address with a more varied domain ending such as `123@mailslurp.info` or `123@mailslurp.biz`. When a custom email address is provided the address is split into a domain and the domain is queried against your user. If you have created the domain in the MailSlurp dashboard and verified it you can use any email address that ends with the domain. Send an email to this address and the inbox will receive and store it for you. To retrieve the email use the Inbox and Email Controller endpoints with the inbox ID.
my $expires_at = DateTime->from_epoch(epoch => str2time('null')); # DateTime | Optional inbox expiration date. If null then this inbox is permanent and the emails in it won't be deleted. If an expiration date is provided or is required by your plan the inbox will be closed when the expiration time is reached. Expired inboxes still contain their emails but can no longer send or receive emails. An ExpiredInboxRecord is created when an inbox and the email address and inbox ID are recorded. The expiresAt property is a timestamp string in ISO DateTime Format yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSSXXX.
my $expires_in = 789; # int | Number of milliseconds that inbox should exist for
my $favourite = null; # boolean | Is the inbox favorited. Favouriting inboxes is typically done in the dashboard for quick access or filtering
my $name = "name_example"; # string | Optional name of the inbox. Displayed in the dashboard for easier search
my $tags = [("null")]; # ARRAY[string] | Tags that inbox has been tagged with. Tags can be added to inboxes to group different inboxes within an account. You can also search for inboxes by tag in the dashboard UI.
my $use_domain_pool = null; # boolean | Use the MailSlurp domain name pool with this inbox when creating the email address. Defaults to null. If enabled the inbox will be an email address with a domain randomly chosen from a list of the MailSlurp domains. This is useful when the default `@mailslurp.com` email addresses used with inboxes are blocked or considered spam by a provider or receiving service. When domain pool is enabled an email address will be generated ending in `@mailslurp.{world,info,xyz,...}` . This means a TLD is randomly selecting from a list of `.biz`, `.info`, `.xyz` etc to add variance to the generated email addresses. When null or false MailSlurp uses the default behavior of `@mailslurp.com` or custom email address provided by the emailAddress field.

eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->create_inbox(allow_team_access => $allow_team_access, description => $description, email_address => $email_address, expires_at => $expires_at, expires_in => $expires_in, favourite => $favourite, name => $name, tags => $tags, use_domain_pool => $use_domain_pool);
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->create_inbox: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
allow_team_accessbooleanGrant team access to this inbox and the emails that belong to it for team members of your organization.[optional]
descriptionstringOptional description of the inbox for labelling purposes. Is shown in the dashboard and can be used with[optional]
email_addressstringA custom email address to use with the inbox. Defaults to null. When null MailSlurp will assign a random email address to the inbox such as 123@mailslurp.com. If you use the useDomainPool option when the email address is null it will generate an email address with a more varied domain ending such as 123@mailslurp.info or 123@mailslurp.biz. When a custom email address is provided the address is split into a domain and the domain is queried against your user. If you have created the domain in the MailSlurp dashboard and verified it you can use any email address that ends with the domain. Send an email to this address and the inbox will receive and store it for you. To retrieve the email use the Inbox and Email Controller endpoints with the inbox ID.[optional]
expires_atDateTimeOptional inbox expiration date. If null then this inbox is permanent and the emails in it won’t be deleted. If an expiration date is provided or is required by your plan the inbox will be closed when the expiration time is reached. Expired inboxes still contain their emails but can no longer send or receive emails. An ExpiredInboxRecord is created when an inbox and the email address and inbox ID are recorded. The expiresAt property is a timestamp string in ISO DateTime Format yyyy-MM-dd’T’HH:mm:ss.SSSXXX.[optional]
expires_inintNumber of milliseconds that inbox should exist for[optional]
favouritebooleanIs the inbox favorited. Favouriting inboxes is typically done in the dashboard for quick access or filtering[optional]
namestringOptional name of the inbox. Displayed in the dashboard for easier search[optional]
tags**ARRAY[string]**Tags that inbox has been tagged with. Tags can be added to inboxes to group different inboxes within an account. You can also search for inboxes by tag in the dashboard UI.[optional]
use_domain_poolbooleanUse the MailSlurp domain name pool with this inbox when creating the email address. Defaults to null. If enabled the inbox will be an email address with a domain randomly chosen from a list of the MailSlurp domains. This is useful when the default @mailslurp.com email addresses used with inboxes are blocked or considered spam by a provider or receiving service. When domain pool is enabled an email address will be generated ending in @mailslurp.{world,info,xyz,...} . This means a TLD is randomly selecting from a list of .biz, .info, .xyz etc to add variance to the generated email addresses. When null or false MailSlurp uses the default behavior of @mailslurp.com or custom email address provided by the emailAddress field.[optional]

Return type

Inbox

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

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create_inbox_with_defaults

Inbox create_inbox_with_defaults()

Create an inbox with default options. Uses MailSlurp domain pool address and is private.

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);


eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->create_inbox_with_defaults();
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->create_inbox_with_defaults: $@n";
}

Parameters

This endpoint does not need any parameter.

Return type

Inbox

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

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create_inbox_with_options

Inbox create_inbox_with_options(create_inbox_dto => $create_inbox_dto)

Create an inbox with options. Extended options for inbox creation.

Additional endpoint that allows inbox creation with request body options. Can be more flexible that other methods for some clients.

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $create_inbox_dto = MailSlurp::Object::CreateInboxDto->new(); # CreateInboxDto | createInboxDto

eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->create_inbox_with_options(create_inbox_dto => $create_inbox_dto);
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->create_inbox_with_options: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
create_inbox_dtoCreateInboxDtocreateInboxDto

Return type

Inbox

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: application/json
  • Accept: application/json

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delete_all_inboxes

delete_all_inboxes()

Delete all inboxes

Permanently delete all inboxes and associated email addresses. This will also delete all emails within the inboxes. Be careful as inboxes cannot be recovered once deleted. Note: deleting inboxes will not impact your usage limits. Monthly inbox creation limits are based on how many inboxes were created in the last 30 days, not how many inboxes you currently have.

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);


eval { 
    $api_instance->delete_all_inboxes();
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->delete_all_inboxes: $@n";
}

Parameters

This endpoint does not need any parameter.

Return type

void (empty response body)

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: Not defined

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delete_inbox

delete_inbox(inbox_id => $inbox_id)

Delete inbox

Permanently delete an inbox and associated email address as well as all emails within the given inbox. This action cannot be undone. Note: deleting an inbox will not affect your account usage. Monthly inbox usage is based on how many inboxes you create within 30 days, not how many exist at time of request.

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $inbox_id = null; # string | inboxId

eval { 
    $api_instance->delete_inbox(inbox_id => $inbox_id);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->delete_inbox: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
inbox_idstringinboxId

Return type

void (empty response body)

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: Not defined

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get_all_inboxes

PageInboxProjection get_all_inboxes(favourite => $favourite, page => $page, search => $search, size => $size, sort => $sort, tag => $tag, team_access => $team_access)

List All Inboxes Paginated

List inboxes in paginated form. The results are available on the content property of the returned object. This method allows for page (zero based), page size (how many results to return), and a sort direction (based on createdAt time). You Can also filter by whether an inbox is favorited or use email address pattern. This method is the recommended way to query inboxes. The alternative getInboxes method returns a full list of inboxes but is limited to 100 results. Results do not include team access inboxes by default. Use organization method to list team inboxes or set teamAccess to true.

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $favourite = false; # boolean | Optionally filter results for favourites only
my $page = 0; # int | Optional page  in inbox list pagination
my $search = "search_example"; # string | Optionally filter by search words partial matching ID, tags, name, and email address
my $size = 20; # int | Optional page size in inbox list pagination
my $sort = 'ASC'; # string | Optional createdAt sort direction ASC or DESC
my $tag = "tag_example"; # string | Optionally filter by tags. Will return inboxes that include given tags
my $team_access = false; # boolean | Optionally filter by team access. Defaults to false so organization inboxes are not included

eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->get_all_inboxes(favourite => $favourite, page => $page, search => $search, size => $size, sort => $sort, tag => $tag, team_access => $team_access);
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->get_all_inboxes: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
favouritebooleanOptionally filter results for favourites only[optional] [default to false]
pageintOptional page in inbox list pagination[optional] [default to 0]
searchstringOptionally filter by search words partial matching ID, tags, name, and email address[optional]
sizeintOptional page size in inbox list pagination[optional] [default to 20]
sortstringOptional createdAt sort direction ASC or DESC[optional] [default to ‘ASC’]
tagstringOptionally filter by tags. Will return inboxes that include given tags[optional]
team_accessbooleanOptionally filter by team access. Defaults to false so organization inboxes are not included[optional] [default to false]

Return type

PageInboxProjection

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

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get_emails

ARRAY[EmailPreview] get_emails(inbox_id => $inbox_id, limit => $limit, min_count => $min_count, retry_timeout => $retry_timeout, since => $since, size => $size, sort => $sort)

Get emails in an Inbox. This method is not idempotent as it allows retries and waits if you want certain conditions to be met before returning. For simple listing and sorting of known emails use the email controller instead.

List emails that an inbox has received. Only emails that are sent to the inbox’s email address will appear in the inbox. It may take several seconds for any email you send to an inbox’s email address to appear in the inbox. To make this endpoint wait for a minimum number of emails use the minCount parameter. The server will retry the inbox database until the minCount is satisfied or the retryTimeout is reached

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $inbox_id = null; # string | Id of inbox that emails belongs to
my $limit = 56; # int | Limit the result set, ordered by received date time sort direction. Maximum 100. For more listing options see the email controller
my $min_count = 789; # int | Minimum acceptable email count. Will cause request to hang (and retry) until minCount is satisfied or retryTimeout is reached.
my $retry_timeout = 789; # int | Maximum milliseconds to spend retrying inbox database until minCount emails are returned
my $since = DateTime->from_epoch(epoch => str2time('null')); # DateTime | Exclude emails received before this ISO 8601 date time
my $size = 56; # int | Alias for limit. Assessed first before assessing any passed limit.
my $sort = "sort_example"; # string | Sort the results by received date and direction ASC or DESC

eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->get_emails(inbox_id => $inbox_id, limit => $limit, min_count => $min_count, retry_timeout => $retry_timeout, since => $since, size => $size, sort => $sort);
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->get_emails: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
inbox_idstringId of inbox that emails belongs to
limitintLimit the result set, ordered by received date time sort direction. Maximum 100. For more listing options see the email controller[optional]
min_countintMinimum acceptable email count. Will cause request to hang (and retry) until minCount is satisfied or retryTimeout is reached.[optional]
retry_timeoutintMaximum milliseconds to spend retrying inbox database until minCount emails are returned[optional]
sinceDateTimeExclude emails received before this ISO 8601 date time[optional]
sizeintAlias for limit. Assessed first before assessing any passed limit.[optional]
sortstringSort the results by received date and direction ASC or DESC[optional]

Return type

**ARRAY[EmailPreview]**

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

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get_inbox

Inbox get_inbox(inbox_id => $inbox_id)

Get Inbox. Returns properties of an inbox.

Returns an inbox’s properties, including its email address and ID.

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $inbox_id = null; # string | inboxId

eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->get_inbox(inbox_id => $inbox_id);
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->get_inbox: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
inbox_idstringinboxId

Return type

Inbox

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

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get_inbox_emails_paginated

PageEmailPreview get_inbox_emails_paginated(inbox_id => $inbox_id, page => $page, size => $size, sort => $sort)

Get inbox emails paginated

Get a paginated list of emails in an inbox. Does not hold connections open.

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $inbox_id = null; # string | Id of inbox that emails belongs to
my $page = 0; # int | Optional page  in inbox emails list pagination
my $size = 20; # int | Optional page size in inbox emails list pagination
my $sort = 'ASC'; # string | Optional createdAt sort direction ASC or DESC

eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->get_inbox_emails_paginated(inbox_id => $inbox_id, page => $page, size => $size, sort => $sort);
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->get_inbox_emails_paginated: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
inbox_idstringId of inbox that emails belongs to
pageintOptional page in inbox emails list pagination[optional] [default to 0]
sizeintOptional page size in inbox emails list pagination[optional] [default to 20]
sortstringOptional createdAt sort direction ASC or DESC[optional] [default to ‘ASC’]

Return type

PageEmailPreview

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

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get_inbox_sent_emails

PageSentEmailProjection get_inbox_sent_emails(inbox_id => $inbox_id, page => $page, size => $size, sort => $sort)

Get Inbox Sent Emails

Returns an inbox’s sent email receipts. Call individual sent email endpoints for more details. Note for privacy reasons the full body of sent emails is never stored. An MD5 hash hex is available for comparison instead.

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $inbox_id = null; # string | inboxId
my $page = 0; # int | Optional page  in inbox sent email list pagination
my $size = 20; # int | Optional page size in inbox sent email list pagination
my $sort = 'ASC'; # string | Optional createdAt sort direction ASC or DESC

eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->get_inbox_sent_emails(inbox_id => $inbox_id, page => $page, size => $size, sort => $sort);
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->get_inbox_sent_emails: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
inbox_idstringinboxId
pageintOptional page in inbox sent email list pagination[optional] [default to 0]
sizeintOptional page size in inbox sent email list pagination[optional] [default to 20]
sortstringOptional createdAt sort direction ASC or DESC[optional] [default to ‘ASC’]

Return type

PageSentEmailProjection

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

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get_inbox_tags

ARRAY[string] get_inbox_tags()

Get inbox tags

Get all inbox tags

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);


eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->get_inbox_tags();
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->get_inbox_tags: $@n";
}

Parameters

This endpoint does not need any parameter.

Return type

ARRAY[string]

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

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get_inboxes

ARRAY[Inbox] get_inboxes(size => $size, sort => $sort)

List Inboxes and email eddresses

List the inboxes you have created. Note use of the more advanced getAllEmails is recommended. You can provide a limit and sort parameter.

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $size = 100; # int | Optional result size limit. Note an automatic limit of 100 results is applied. See the paginated `getAllEmails` for larger queries.
my $sort = 'ASC'; # string | Optional createdAt sort direction ASC or DESC

eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->get_inboxes(size => $size, sort => $sort);
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->get_inboxes: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
sizeintOptional result size limit. Note an automatic limit of 100 results is applied. See the paginated getAllEmails for larger queries.[optional] [default to 100]
sortstringOptional createdAt sort direction ASC or DESC[optional] [default to ‘ASC’]

Return type

**ARRAY[Inbox]**

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

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get_organization_inboxes

PageOrganizationInboxProjection get_organization_inboxes(page => $page, size => $size, sort => $sort)

List Organization Inboxes Paginated

List organization inboxes in paginated form. These are inboxes created with allowTeamAccess flag enabled. Organization inboxes are readOnly for non-admin users. The results are available on the content property of the returned object. This method allows for page (zero based), page size (how many results to return), and a sort direction (based on createdAt time).

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $page = 0; # int | Optional page  in inbox list pagination
my $size = 20; # int | Optional page size in inbox list pagination
my $sort = 'ASC'; # string | Optional createdAt sort direction ASC or DESC

eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->get_organization_inboxes(page => $page, size => $size, sort => $sort);
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->get_organization_inboxes: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
pageintOptional page in inbox list pagination[optional] [default to 0]
sizeintOptional page size in inbox list pagination[optional] [default to 20]
sortstringOptional createdAt sort direction ASC or DESC[optional] [default to ‘ASC’]

Return type

PageOrganizationInboxProjection

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

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send_email

send_email(inbox_id => $inbox_id, send_email_options => $send_email_options)

Send Email

Send an email from an inbox’s email address. The request body should contain the SendEmailOptions that include recipients, attachments, body etc. See SendEmailOptions for all available properties. Note the inboxId refers to the inbox’s id not the inbox’s email address. See https://www.mailslurp.com/guides/ for more information on how to send emails. This method does not return a sent email entity due to legacy reasons. To send and get a sent email as returned response use the sister method sendEmailAndConfirm.

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $inbox_id = null; # string | ID of the inbox you want to send the email from
my $send_email_options = MailSlurp::Object::SendEmailOptions->new(); # SendEmailOptions | Options for the email

eval { 
    $api_instance->send_email(inbox_id => $inbox_id, send_email_options => $send_email_options);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->send_email: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
inbox_idstringID of the inbox you want to send the email from
send_email_optionsSendEmailOptionsOptions for the email[optional]

Return type

void (empty response body)

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: application/json
  • Accept: Not defined

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send_email_and_confirm

SentEmailDto send_email_and_confirm(inbox_id => $inbox_id, send_email_options => $send_email_options)

Send email and return sent confirmation

Sister method for standard sendEmail method with the benefit of returning a SentEmail entity confirming the successful sending of the email with a link to the sent object created for it.

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $inbox_id = null; # string | ID of the inbox you want to send the email from
my $send_email_options = MailSlurp::Object::SendEmailOptions->new(); # SendEmailOptions | Options for the email

eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->send_email_and_confirm(inbox_id => $inbox_id, send_email_options => $send_email_options);
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->send_email_and_confirm: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
inbox_idstringID of the inbox you want to send the email from
send_email_optionsSendEmailOptionsOptions for the email[optional]

Return type

SentEmailDto

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: application/json
  • Accept: application/json

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send_test_email

send_test_email(inbox_id => $inbox_id)

Send a test email to inbox

Send an inbox a test email to test email receiving is working

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $inbox_id = null; # string | inboxId

eval { 
    $api_instance->send_test_email(inbox_id => $inbox_id);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->send_test_email: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
inbox_idstringinboxId

Return type

void (empty response body)

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: Not defined

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set_inbox_favourited

Inbox set_inbox_favourited(inbox_id => $inbox_id, set_inbox_favourited_options => $set_inbox_favourited_options)

Set inbox favourited state

Set and return new favourite state for an inbox

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $inbox_id = null; # string | inboxId
my $set_inbox_favourited_options = MailSlurp::Object::SetInboxFavouritedOptions->new(); # SetInboxFavouritedOptions | setInboxFavouritedOptions

eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->set_inbox_favourited(inbox_id => $inbox_id, set_inbox_favourited_options => $set_inbox_favourited_options);
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->set_inbox_favourited: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
inbox_idstringinboxId
set_inbox_favourited_optionsSetInboxFavouritedOptionssetInboxFavouritedOptions

Return type

Inbox

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: application/json
  • Accept: application/json

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update_inbox

Inbox update_inbox(inbox_id => $inbox_id, update_inbox_options => $update_inbox_options)

Update Inbox. Change name and description. Email address is not editable.

Update editable fields on an inbox

Example

use Data::Dumper;
use MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi;
my $api_instance = MailSlurp::InboxControllerApi->new(

    # Configure API key authorization: API_KEY
    api_key => {'x-api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    # uncomment below to setup prefix (e.g. Bearer) for API key, if needed
    #api_key_prefix => {'x-api-key' => 'Bearer'},
);

my $inbox_id = null; # string | inboxId
my $update_inbox_options = MailSlurp::Object::UpdateInboxOptions->new(); # UpdateInboxOptions | updateInboxOptions

eval { 
    my $result = $api_instance->update_inbox(inbox_id => $inbox_id, update_inbox_options => $update_inbox_options);
    print Dumper($result);
};
if ($@) {
    warn "Exception when calling InboxControllerApi->update_inbox: $@n";
}

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionNotes
inbox_idstringinboxId
update_inbox_optionsUpdateInboxOptionsupdateInboxOptions

Return type

Inbox

Authorization

API_KEY

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: application/json
  • Accept: application/json

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