The HTTP API allows programmers to control several aspects of the system through web-based (HTTP) commands.
Introduction and overview of the HTTP API tools.
Lists and List Definitions define the properties required for deploying an email message.
- Create List Definition
- Create List
- Create List from List Definition
- Copy List
- Update List Definition
List Attributes allow you to create groups of values which can be associated to specific Lists or List Definitions and applied to emails.
Segment, or temporarily split, lists for the purpose of targeting specific subscribers.
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Articles are reusable content pieces.See all 7 articles
Store additional data about your subscribers in custom data fields.
- Social Media
- Get Social Providers
- Get Social Provider by ID
- Get Social Provider by User Name
- Delete Social Provider by ID
- Delete Social Provider by User Name
Create, edit, and delete subscribers individually or in batches and manage subscriptions.
- Subscriber Management
- Subscribe to List
- Update Subscriber
- Change Email Address
- Unsubscribe from List
- Delete Subscriber
The HTTP API allows you to manage Relational Data Tables. You can insert records and find selected records.See all 12 articles
Manage SMS subscriptions and send messages via SMS.
- Create SMS Message
- Get SMS Messages
- Add Phone to Sender Code
- Add SMS Subscriber to Sender Code
- Send Message to Sender Code
- Send Mail
- Get Fillin Fields
- Get Test Count
- Send One-Off Message
- Subscribe and Send One-Off Message
- Launch Campaign
ReportsSee all 26 articles
Create fields defined at the Account Realm level and defined in groups which can be applied to email content.
- Account Profiles
- Create Account Profile Field
- Create Account Profile
- Update Account Profile
- Update Account Profile Values
- Get All Account Profile Fields
Quick answers to specific questions about the HTTP API.