MCFInboundEmail Class Properties

In this section, we discuss the MCFInboundEmail class properties. The properties are described in alphabetical order.

Description

This property returns the list of all the file names that are attachments for a particular email.

Multiple items are separated by a semicolon (;).

This property is read-write.

Description

This property returns the sizes of the attachments associated with an email.

This property takes a string value, not a numeric value. Multiple values are separated by a semicolon (;).

The attachment sizes appear in the same order as the file names in AttachList.

This property is read-write.

Description

Use this property to return the date and time an email was received.

Warning! If you are using a Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3) mail server, this property may not be populated.

This property takes a DateTime value.

This property is read-write.

Description

This property returns the date and time that the PeopleSoft system saved an email to the database.

If you use a POP3 mail server, PeopleSoft recommends using this value as the base, or starting point, for any time-sensitive transactions.

This property takes a DateTime value.

This property is read-write.

Description

This property returns the date time an email was sent.

This property takes a DateTime value.

This property is read-write.

Description

This property returns the name of the Integration Broker node that received the email, such as MCF_GetMail.

The system uses this value to construct the fully qualified URL required for viewing attachments.

This property is read-write.

Description

This value reflects the language code of the Integration Broker node that received this email.

Note: PeopleSoft recommends setting up email accounts that are dedicated to one language such as, support_french@example.com and support_english@example.com. This enables you to anticipate the language of the email you read into your system. In turn, configure separate Integration Broker nodes to handle each of the languages you support. There are no language recognition procedures within the PeopleSoft system.

This property is read-write.

Description

Use this property to return the globally unique identifier for this email.

This ID is generated by the mail server that sent this email.

Description

This property returns a list of the parties who were copied (carbon copied) on the email. Multiple addresses are separated by a semicolon (;).

This property is read-write.

Description

This property returns a list of the parties who received the email. Multiple addresses are separated by a semicolon (;).

This property is read-write.

Description

This property returns time zone of the mail server that received this email, as a number.

Note: This property contains the time zone of the integration gateway used to fetch this email.

This property is read-write.

Description

This property returns the time zone of the mail server that sent this email, as a string.

Note: Currently, this property contains the time zone of the integration gateway used to fetch this email.

This property is read-write.

Description

This property specifies the name of the mail server that received the email.

This property is read-write.

Description

This property returns the total size of the entire email. This value includes the sizes of attachments.

This property is read-write.

Description

This property returns the status of an individual email.

This property is read-only.

Description

This property returns the unique identifier of the email.

This property is only unique within a particular user account. POP3 and IMAP 4 mail servers automatically create a unique identifier for an email when the server receives the email.

This property is read-write.

Description

This property returns the user account (mail box) on the mail server that received the email.

This property is read-write.