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Abyssale and Email and Cisco Webex integrations

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Create custom Abyssale and Email and Cisco Webex workflows by choosing triggers, actions, and searches. A trigger is an event that launches the workflow, an action is the event.

Email
Copy an Email

Copies an email or a draft into a selected folder.

Action
Email
Create a Draft

Creates and adds a new draft to a selected folder.

Action
Cisco Webex
Create a Membership

Adds a person to a room by its ID or email address.

Action
Cisco Webex
Create a Message

Posts a new message by the room ID or person ID.

Action
Cisco Webex
Create a Room

Creates a new room.

Action
Cisco Webex
Create a Team

Creates a new team.

Action
Cisco Webex
Create a Team Membership

Adds a person to a team by its ID or email address.

Action
Cisco Webex
Create an Attachment Action

Creates a new attachment action by the message ID.

Action
Cisco Webex
Delete a Membership

Removes a person from a room by its ID.

Action

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