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This package is a simple but complete mail.gw api wrapper, you can use this to save and manage your accounts, as well read all your temporary emails.

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes #

Index #

  1. Introduction
  2. Example
  3. Usage

Introduction #

This package is a simple but complete mail.gw api wrapper, you can use this to save and manage your accounts, as well read all your temporary emails.

Example #

See in the example folder

Usage #

MailGw #

A static class which is mainly needed for storing, creating and loading accounts, you can load all accounts in a session by saving them with getAuths and loading them with loadAuths

Create an account

Go to Account section

To create an account you just need to use the MailGw.register method.

Params

  • randomStringLength: will be used to generate a random password and/or username if not provided (10 is the default length)

  • username: address' username (abcdqwerty@mail.gw, here, abcdqwerty is the username)

  • password: account's password

  • domain: address' domain, (like @mail.gw, must be Domain class), if not provided, a random one will be provided.

await MailGw.register(password: 'ah yes password');

Returns the Future<GWAccount> instance (Must be awaited as above!)

Loading an account

Go to Account section

You can load an account by using the MailGw.login method

If you provide the id and it is present in the saved accounts it will return the saved account instance (Useful if you don't want to make another api request)

If you don't, and you provide address and password it will retrieve the account from the api's

If nothing is provided/the provided parameters are not valid and elseNew is true a new account will be returned (Default true)

If nothing is provided and elseNew is false, throws MailError with code -1 (Invalid arguments)

GWAccount #

Class members:
  • String id, address, and password: Account's id, address and password.
  • DateTime createdAt: The time when the account was created
  • DateTime updatedAt: The last time when the account messages were updated
  • bool isDeleted: Tells whenever the account is deleted
  • bool isDisabled: Tells whenever the account is disabled
  • int quota: How many bytes can be stored in the messages
  • int used: How many bytes are used from the quota

Get Account's messages

Go to Message section

You can use

await account.getMessages();

Returns Future<List<Message>> (Must be awaited as above!)

Update the account instance

You can update the account instance (updatedAt, quota and used) by using:

await account.update();

Returns Future<GWAccount> (Must be awaited as above!)

Delete the account

You can do so by doing

await account.delete()

Returns Future<bool> (Must be awaited as above!)

ACHTUNG: Be careful to not use the account after it has been deleted, or else errors will be thrown anytime you will try to use account's methods (Same thing for account's messages)

Only access members!

Listen to messages

Go to Message section

You can do so by using

account.messages.listen((){})

account.messages returns a stream of Messages

GWMessage #

Class members
  • String id: The unique identifier of the message (MailGw DB).

  • String accountId: The unique identifier of the account.

  • String msgid: The unique identifier of the message (Global, both the sender service and MailGw will know this).

  • String intro: The introduction of the message.

  • Map<String, dynamic> from: The sender of the message.

  • List<Map<String, dynamic>> to: The recipients of the message.

  • List<String> cc: The carbon copy recipients of the message.

  • List<String> bcc: The blind carbon copy recipients of the message.

  • String subject: The subject of the message.

  • bool seen: Whether the message has been seen.

  • bool flagged: Whether the message has been flagged.

  • bool isDeleted: Whether the message has been deleted.

  • List<String> verifications: The verifications of the message.

  • bool retention: If the message has arrived

  • DateTime retentionDate: The date of the message retention.

  • String text: The text of the message.

  • List<String> html: The HTML of the message.

  • bool hasAttachments: Whether the message has attachments.

  • List<GWAttachment> attachments: List of the message.

  • int size: The size of the message.

  • String url: The downloadUrl of the message.

  • DateTime createdAt: The date of the message creation.

  • DateTime updatedAt: When the message was seen

Download the message

As simple as:

await message.download();

Returns Future<MessageSource> (Must be awaited as above!)

Delete the message

Simply:

await message.delete();

Returns Future<bool> (Must be awaited as above!)

Mark the message as seen:

You can do so by:

await message.seen();

Returns Future<bool> (Must be awaited as above!)

GWDomain #

Class members

  • String id: Domain's id

  • String domain: T he domain (example: @mailgw.com)

  • bool isActive: If the domain is active

  • DateTime createdAt: When the domain was created

  • DateTime updatedAt: When the domain was updated

Get all domains

You can do so by:

await Domain.domains;

Returns Future<List<Domain>> (Must be awaited as above!)

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This package is a simple but complete mail.gw api wrapper, you can use this to save and manage your accounts, as well read all your temporary emails.

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BSD-3-Clause (LICENSE)

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dio, mercure_client

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