Google updates Gmail API with new endpoints for managing settings

Google has updated the Gmail API with new endpoint for managing settings for developers.

By: Tech Desk | Updated: July 9, 2016 2:58:06 pm
Google, Gmail, Gmail new API, Google app, Gmail API features, Gmail new endpoints, Gmail vacation messages, Gmail send as signature, technology, technology news Google has updated the Gmail API with new endpoint for managing settings for developers.

Google has updated the Gmail API with new endpoint for managing settings for developers. The new endpoints cover features such as filters, forwarding addresses, auto-forwarding, signatures, vacation responder, IMAP and POP settings.

“Most of the settings endpoints are available for any Google Apps or Gmail account, but a few sensitive operations, such as modifying send-as aliases or forwarding, are restricted to service accounts with domain-wide authority,” said Brandon Jewett-Hall, Software Engineer, Gmail and Wesley Chun, Developer Advocate, Google Apps.

The new Gmail API enables developers to retrieve and update signatures for send-as aliases, configure forwarding to external addresses, and configure send-as aliases that send mail through external providers.

The API is equipped with new tools that can allow using HTML in vacation messages and manipulate settings for gmail.com accounts.

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