Enum deltachat::param::Param

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#[repr(u8)]
pub enum Param {
Show 52 variants File = 102, Filename = 118, OverrideSenderDisplayname = 79, Width = 119, Height = 104, Duration = 100, MimeType = 109, SendHtml = 84, GuaranteeE2ee = 99, ProtectQuote = 48, ErroneousE2ee = 101, ForcePlaintext = 117, SkipAutocrypt = 111, WantsMdn = 114, Reaction = 120, LastReactionTimestamp = 121, LastReactionMsgId = 89, LastReactionContactId = 49, Bot = 98, Forwarded = 97, Quote = 113, Summary1 = 52, Cmd = 83, Arg = 69, Arg2 = 70, Arg3 = 71, Arg4 = 72, AttachGroupImage = 65, WebrtcRoom = 86, PrepForwards = 80, SetLatitude = 108, SetLongitude = 110, Unpromoted = 85, ProfileImage = 105, Selftalk = 75, LastSubject = 116, Devicetalk = 68, ListPost = 112, ListId = 115, StatusTimestamp = 106, AvatarTimestamp = 74, EphemeralSettingsTimestamp = 66, SubjectTimestamp = 67, GroupNameTimestamp = 103, MemberListTimestamp = 107, WebxdcDocument = 82, WebxdcDocumentTimestamp = 87, WebxdcSummary = 78, WebxdcSummaryTimestamp = 81, WebxdcIntegration = 51, WebxdcIntegrateFor = 50, ForceSticker = 88,
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Available param keys.

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File = 102

For messages

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Filename = 118

For messages: original filename (as shown in chat)

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OverrideSenderDisplayname = 79

For messages: This name should be shown instead of contact.get_display_name() (used if this is a mailinglist or explicitly set using set_override_sender_name(), eg. by bots)

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Width = 119

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Height = 104

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Duration = 100

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MimeType = 109

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SendHtml = 84

For Messages: HTML to be written to the database and to be send. SendHtml param is not used for received messages. Use MsgId::get_html() to get HTML of received messages.

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GuaranteeE2ee = 99

For Messages: message is encrypted, outgoing: guarantee E2EE or the message is not send

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ProtectQuote = 48

For Messages: quoted message is encrypted.

If this message is sent unencrypted, quote text should be replaced.

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ErroneousE2ee = 101

For Messages: decrypted with validation errors or without mutual set, if neither ‘c’ nor ‘e’ are preset, the messages is only transport encrypted.

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ForcePlaintext = 117

For Messages: force unencrypted message, a value from ForcePlaintext enum.

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SkipAutocrypt = 111

For Messages: do not include Autocrypt header.

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WantsMdn = 114

For Messages

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Reaction = 120

For Messages: the message is a reaction.

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LastReactionTimestamp = 121

For Chats: the timestamp of the last reaction.

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LastReactionMsgId = 89

For Chats: Message ID of the last reaction.

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LastReactionContactId = 49

For Chats: Contact ID of the last reaction.

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Bot = 98

For Messages: a message with “Auto-Submitted: auto-generated” header (“bot”).

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Forwarded = 97

For Messages: unset or 0=not forwarded, 1=forwarded from unknown msg_id, >9 forwarded from msg_id

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Quote = 113

For Messages: quoted text.

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Summary1 = 52

For Messages: the 1st part of summary text (i.e. before the dash if any).

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Cmd = 83

For Messages

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Arg = 69

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Arg2 = 70

For Messages

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Arg3 = 71

Secure-Join-Fingerprint header for {vc,vg}-request-with-auth messages.

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Arg4 = 72

Deprecated Secure-Join-Group header for messages.

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AttachGroupImage = 65

For Messages

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WebrtcRoom = 86

For Messages

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PrepForwards = 80

For Messages: space-separated list of messaged IDs of forwarded copies.

This is used when a crate::message::Message is in the crate::message::MessageState::OutPending state but is already forwarded. In this case the forwarded messages are written to the database and their message IDs are added to this parameter of the original message, which is also saved in the database. When the original message is then finally sent this parameter is used to also send all the forwarded messages.

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SetLatitude = 108

For Messages

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SetLongitude = 110

For Messages

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Unpromoted = 85

For Groups

An unpromoted group has not had any messages sent to it and thus only exists on the creator’s device. Any changes made to an unpromoted group do not need to send system messages to the group members to update them of the changes. Once a message has been sent to a group it is promoted and group changes require sending system messages to all members.

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ProfileImage = 105

For Groups and Contacts

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Selftalk = 75

For Chats Signals whether the chat is the saved messages chat

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LastSubject = 116

For Chats: On sending a new message we set the subject to Re: <last subject>. Usually we just use the subject of the parent message, but if the parent message is deleted, we use the LastSubject of the chat.

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Devicetalk = 68

For Chats

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ListPost = 112

For Chats: If this is a mailing list chat, contains the List-Post address. None if there simply is no List-Post header in the mailing list. Some(“”) if the mailing list is using multiple different List-Post headers.

The List-Post address is the email address where the user can write to in order to post something to the mailing list.

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ListId = 115

For Contacts: If this is the List-Post address of a mailing list, contains the List-Id of the mailing list (which is also used as the group id of the chat).

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StatusTimestamp = 106

For Contacts: timestamp of status (aka signature or footer) update.

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AvatarTimestamp = 74

For Contacts and Chats: timestamp of avatar update.

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EphemeralSettingsTimestamp = 66

For Chats: timestamp of status/signature/footer update.

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SubjectTimestamp = 67

For Chats: timestamp of subject update.

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GroupNameTimestamp = 103

For Chats: timestamp of group name update.

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MemberListTimestamp = 107

For Chats: timestamp of member list update.

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WebxdcDocument = 82

For Webxdc Message Instances: Current document name

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WebxdcDocumentTimestamp = 87

For Webxdc Message Instances: timestamp of document name update.

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WebxdcSummary = 78

For Webxdc Message Instances: Current summary

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WebxdcSummaryTimestamp = 81

For Webxdc Message Instances: timestamp of summary update.

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WebxdcIntegration = 51

For Webxdc Message Instances: Webxdc is an integration, see init_webxdc_integration()

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WebxdcIntegrateFor = 50

For Webxdc Message Instances: Chat to integrate the Webxdc for.

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ForceSticker = 88

For messages: Whether crate::message::Viewtype::Sticker should be forced.

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impl Clone for Param

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fn clone(&self) -> Param

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fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)

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impl Debug for Param

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fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result

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impl<'de> Deserialize<'de> for Param

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fn deserialize<__D>(__deserializer: __D) -> Result<Self, __D::Error>
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impl FromPrimitive for Param

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fn from_i64(n: i64) -> Option<Self>

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fn hash<__H: Hasher>(&self, state: &mut __H)

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fn max(self, other: Self) -> Self
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fn eq(&self, other: &Param) -> bool

This method tests for self and other values to be equal, and is used by ==.
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fn ne(&self, other: &Rhs) -> bool

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fn gt(&self, other: &Rhs) -> bool

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fn ge(&self, other: &Rhs) -> bool

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