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Emails

For the full XML representation of emails, check out the data reference.

Get email

  • GET /emails/#{id}.xml returns a single email.

Attachments are included, but comments are kept separate at /emails/#{id}/comments.xml.

Response:

<email>
  <id type="integer">7</id>
  <title>Regarding the purchase</title>
  <body>It's very important</body>
  <author-id type="integer">3</author-id>
  <subject-id type="integer">1</subject-id>
  <subject-type>#{ Party || Deal || Kase }</subject-type>
  <subject-name>John Doe</subject-name>
  <collection-id type="integer">1</subject-id>
  <collection-type>#{ Deal || Kase }</subject-type>
  <visible-to>#{Everyone || Owner || NamedGroup}</visible-to>
  <owner-id type="integer">#{ user_id -- when visble-to is "Owner"}</owner-id>
  <group-id type="integer">#{ group_id -- when visble-to is "NamedGroup"}</group-id>
  <updated-at type="datetime">2007-02-27T18:42:28Z</updated-at>
  <created-at type="datetime">2006-05-16T17:26:00Z</created-at>
  <attachments>
    <attachment>
      <id type="integer">1</id>
      <url>https://example.highrisehq.com/files/1</url>
      <name>picture.png</name>
      <size type="integer">72633</name>
    </attachment>
    <attachment>
      <id type="integer">2</id>
      <url>https://example.highrisehq.com/files/2</url>
      <name>document.txt</name>
      <size type="integer">8837</size>
    </attachment>
  </attachments>
</email>

Get emails

  • GET /#{ people || companies || kases || deals }/#{subject-id}/emails.xml returns a collection of emails that are visible to the authenticated user and related to a specific person, company, case or deal.

  • GET /#{ people || companies || kases || deals }/#{subject-id}/emails.xml?since=20070425154546 returns only the emails that have been updated since the time in the query parameter. The collection will be ordered from oldest to newest. The since parameter is expressed as yyyymmddhhmmss in the UTC timezone.

Emails are paginated using offsets. If 25 elements are returned (the page limit), use ?n=25 to fetch the next 25, and so on.

Response:

<emails>
  <email>
    ...
  </email>
  <email>
    ...
  </email>
</emails>

Create email

  • POST /emails.xml (or like: /people/#{person-id}/emails.xml) creates a new email with the currently authenticated user as the author.

The subject of the email (who it belongs to) can either be set through the url or through the subject-type and subject-id tags. Using /companies/5/emails.xml as the target for the POST is the same as using /emails.xml with a subject-type of Party and a subject-id of 5.

By default, a new email is assumed to be visible to Everyone. You can also chose to make the email only visible to the creator using Owner as the value for the visible-to tag. Or NamedGroup and pass in a group-id tag too.

Note: Adding attachments to a email is not yet supported.

Request:

<email>
  <title>Regarding the purchase</title>
  <body>I just wanted to talk to you about the purchase.</body>
  <subject-id type="integer">4</subject-id>
  <subject-type>Party</subject-type>
</email>

Response:

Status: 201 Created
Location: https://example.highrisehq.com/emails/#{new-email-id}.xml

<email>
  ...
</email>

Update email

  • PUT /emails/#{id}.xml updates an existing email with new details from the submitted XML.

Request:

<email>
  <body>Hello world is now part of a case!</body>
  <subject-id>1</subject-id>
  <subject-type>#{ Party || Deal || Kase }</subject-type>
</email>

Response:

Status: 200 OK

Destroy email

  • DELETE /emails/#{id}.xml destroys the email at the referenced URL.

Response:

Status: 200 OK