create method

Future<SendAs> create (
  1. SendAs request,
  2. String userId,
  3. {String $fields}

Creates a custom "from" send-as alias. If an SMTP MSA is specified, Gmail will attempt to connect to the SMTP service to validate the configuration before creating the alias. If ownership verification is required for the alias, a message will be sent to the email address and the resource's verification status will be set to pending; otherwise, the resource will be created with verification status set to accepted. If a signature is provided, Gmail will sanitize the HTML before saving it with the alias.

This method is only available to service account clients that have been delegated domain-wide authority.

request - The metadata request object.

Request parameters:

userId - User's email address. The special value "me" can be used to indicate the authenticated user.

$fields - Selector specifying which fields to include in a partial response.

Completes with a SendAs.

Completes with a commons.ApiRequestError if the API endpoint returned an error.

If the used http.Client completes with an error when making a REST call, this method will complete with the same error.


async.Future<SendAs> create(SendAs request, core.String userId,
    {core.String $fields}) {
  var _url;
  var _queryParams = new core.Map<core.String, core.List<core.String>>();
  var _uploadMedia;
  var _uploadOptions;
  var _downloadOptions = commons.DownloadOptions.Metadata;
  var _body;

  if (request != null) {
    _body = convert.json.encode((request).toJson());
  if (userId == null) {
    throw new core.ArgumentError("Parameter userId is required.");
  if ($fields != null) {
    _queryParams["fields"] = [$fields];

  _url = commons.Escaper.ecapeVariable('$userId') + '/settings/sendAs';

  var _response = _requester.request(_url, "POST",
      body: _body,
      queryParams: _queryParams,
      uploadOptions: _uploadOptions,
      uploadMedia: _uploadMedia,
      downloadOptions: _downloadOptions);
  return _response.then((data) => new SendAs.fromJson(data));