is it possible to send an email with the mail step in a defined priority. I want send an email with high priority. is this possible?

Best regards Roland

asked 16.03.2015 at 14:12

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By now it is not possible to set the priority. We have added this as feature request to our issue database (see #25464: Make priority configurable in the e-mail element).

Because this feature has not a high priority at the moment i give you this workaround: You can send an E-Mail also per Java. Easiest way I know is the apache commons mail library. See here how to use apache commons mail. Because the priority is not a real internet mail standard you have to set the priority as header like this:

Map headers = new HashMap();
headers.put("X-Priority", "1"); // possible values: "1" (highest) or "2" (high) "3" (normal) "4" (low) and "5" (lowest)
// may you also set the importance header field
headers.put("Importance", "high"); //possible values: "high", "normal" or "low"

answered 20.04.2015 at 15:46

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edited 20.04.2015 at 15:47

Hi, not really what I want to hear, but hopefully it will be a feature in one of the next versions.



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