BeforeSystem.DateTimeISO Date Time latest time of email to consider. Filter for matching emails that were received before this date[optional]
CountInt32Number of results that should match conditions. Either exactly or at least this amount based on the countType. If count condition is not met and the timeout has not been reached the waitFor method will retry the operation.[optional]
CountTypeStringHow should the found count be compared to the expected count.[optional]
DelayTimeoutInt64Max time in milliseconds to wait between retries if a timeout is specified.[optional]
InboxIdStringID of inbox to search within and apply conditions to. Essentially filtering the emails found to give a count.
VarMatches**MatchOption[]**Conditions that should be matched for an email to qualify for results. Each condition will be applied in order to each email within an inbox to filter a result list of matching emails you are waiting for.[optional]
SinceSystem.DateTimeISO Date Time earliest time of email to consider. Filter for matching emails that were received after this date[optional]
SortDirectionStringDirection to sort matching emails by created time[optional]
TimeoutInt64Max time in milliseconds to retry the waitFor operation until conditions are met.
UnreadOnlyBooleanApply conditions only to unread emails. All emails begin with read=false. An email is marked read=true when an EmailDto representation of it has been returned to the user at least once. For example you have called getEmail or waitForLatestEmail etc., or you have viewed the email in the dashboard.[optional]


  • Prepare the resource
$WaitForConditions = Initialize-maislurp-client-powershellWaitForConditions  -Before null `
 -Count null `
 -CountType null `
 -DelayTimeout null `
 -InboxId null `
 -VarMatches null `
 -Since null `
 -SortDirection null `
 -Timeout null `
 -UnreadOnly null
  • Convert the resource to JSON
$WaitForConditions | ConvertTo-JSON

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