MailUp account ID (e.g. if the main user is "m59484", then the account ID is 59848).
MailUp list identifier for the selected account.
Hash code that identifies the specified MailUp list.
Auto-generated GUID that can be used to enable or disable the use of this API. Together with the "List GUID" value, it is used to provide a security enforcement. See the sections above to learn how to get it.
Used to aggregate statistics on MailUp under a container text message whose name correspond to the specified text string. If the specified value does not exist, a new item is created. Otherwise the existing one is reused.
The text of the message to be sent. No parsing nor length check is required.
SIZE LIMIT: messages longer than 459 characters 670 characters are truncated by the sending engine.
The recipient’s number. Include the international prefix (either with 00 or +), or the default list prefix will be applied.
(Ask for MailUp standard regex for phone numbers).
Only a single phone number is allowed
|An array of value pairs that allows you to use merge tags in your transactional text messages.||String|
(optional) Boolean value indicating whether to use Western alphabets only (0 means "false"), or Eastern alphabets as well, such as Arabic, Russian, Chinese, and so on (1 means "true").
The caller is responsible for specifying if the message contains Unicode characters.
(optional) Message sender. It can be numeric or alphanumeric but some restrictions may apply. As a consequence, when the sender value is not allowed, the message may be blocked or the sender may be replaced.
We recommend you to specify this value only when you are confident about the delivery result (e.g. you've already tested it using the MailUp web platform), otherwise it is better to not specify this parameter in the request.
In addition, in some countries the sender may be subject to local restrictions and it may be overwritten by the carriers before being delivered. You can contact us if you need support for some specific nations.
|TemplateId||(optional) reference to a MailUp message ID that has already been defined on MailUp. Do not add the "Content" parameter if you want to use TemplateId ||Integer|
* max 11 chars, only letters and numbers (a-zA-Z0-9)