Adds a delegate with its verification status set directly to
accepted, without sending any verification email. The
delegate user must be a member of the same G Suite organization as the
Gmail imposes limitations on the number of delegates and delegators each user in a G Suite organization can have. These limits depend on your organization, but in general each user can have up to 25 delegates and up to 10 delegators.
Note that a delegate user must be referred to by their primary email address, and not an email alias.
Also note that when a new delegate is created, there may be up to a one minute delay before the new delegate is available for use.
This method is only available to service account clients that have been delegated domain-wide authority.
||User's email address. The special value "me" can be used to indicate the authenticated user.|
This request requires authorization with the following scope:
For more information, see the authentication and authorization page.
In the request body, supply a Users.settings.delegates resource.
If successful, this method returns a Users.settings.delegates resource in the response body.