Update User Gmail Settings
Update a user's Gmail settings
|Google Cloud Platform Project||
Project to which the user belongs.
A maximum of 100 projects are displayed.
Optionally, to specify a project by an email address, select
If a failure occurs and projects are not listed in the dropdown, then only the
Service account to which the user belongs.
A maximum of 100 service accounts are displayed.
If a failure occurs and accounts are not listed in the dropdown, then only the
Email address of the service account.
If you select
|Email of the user.||String||TRUE|
|Range of messages accessible through POP.||Dropdown||FALSE|
|Disposition||Action for a message after it has been fetched through POP.||Dropdown||FALSE|
|Enabled||When yes, IMAP is enabled for the account.||Dropdown||FALSE|
|Auto Expunge||When yes, a message marked as deleted in IMAP will be immediately expunged.||Dropdown||FALSE|
|Expunge Behavior||Action to be taken on a message marked as deleted and expunged from the last visible IMAP folder.||Dropdown||FALSE|
|Max Folder Size||Limit on the number of messages that an IMAP folder may contain; 0 means no limit.||Dropdown||FALSE|
|Enabled||If yes, all incoming emails are automatically forwarded to another address.||Dropdown||FALSE|
|Email Address||Email address to which all incoming emails are forwarded; this email address must be a verified member of the forwarding addresses.||String||FALSE|
|Delete||If yes, deletes the user's signature for the corresponding email in the Gmail web UI.||Dropdown||FALSE|
|Status Code||Result of the operation. The HTTP status code is returned by the connector and indicates whether the action taken by the card succeeded or failed. For example:
For a full list of possible status codes, see HTTP status codes.