Auto-forwarding settings for an account.
The client-side encryption (CSE) configuration for the email address of an authenticated user. Gmail uses CSE configurations to save drafts of client-side encrypted email messages, and to sign and send encrypted email messages.
A client-side encryption S/MIME key pair, which is comprised of a public key, its certificate chain, and metadata for its paired private key. Gmail uses the key pair to complete the following tasks: - Sign outgoing client-side encrypted messages. - Save and reopen drafts of client-side encrypted messages. - Save and reopen sent messages. - Decrypt incoming or archived S/MIME messages.
Metadata for a private key instance.
Settings for a delegate. Delegates can read, send, and delete messages, as well as view and add contacts, for the delegator's account. See "Set up mail delegation" for more information about delegates.
Requests to turn off a client-side encryption key pair.
A draft email in the user's mailbox.
Requests to turn on a client-side encryption key pair.
Resource definition for Gmail filters. Filters apply to specific messages instead of an entire email thread.
A set of actions to perform on a message.
Message matching criteria.
Settings for a forwarding address.
A record of a change to the user's mailbox. Each history change may affect multiple messages in multiple ways.
IMAP settings for an account.
Metadata for private keys managed by an external key access control list service. For details about managing key access, see Google Workspace CSE API Reference.
Labels are used to categorize messages and threads within the user's mailbox. The maximum number of labels supported for a user's mailbox is 10,000.
Language settings for an account. These settings correspond to the "Language settings" feature in the web interface.
Response for the ListDelegates method.
Response for the ListFilters method.
Response for the ListForwardingAddresses method.
Response for the ListSendAs method.
An email message.
A single MIME message part.
The body of a single MIME message part.
Request to obliterate a CSE key pair.
POP settings for an account.
Profile for a Gmail user.
Settings associated with a send-as alias, which can be either the primary login address associated with the account or a custom "from" address. Send-as aliases correspond to the "Send Mail As" feature in the web interface.
An S/MIME email config.
Configuration for communication with an SMTP service.
A collection of messages representing a conversation.
Vacation auto-reply settings for an account. These settings correspond to the "Vacation responder" feature in the web interface.
Set up or update a new push notification watch on this user's mailbox.
Push notification watch response.