Work in progress
TODO: aggiungere qui le info generali, poi si rimanda alle sottopagine per autenticazione e parti specifiche per le versioni
MailUp API uses the following HTTP verbs to perform actions on resources that are identified through a URI
- POST to create a new resource
- GET to retrieve an existing resource
- PUT to update an existing resource
- DELETE to remove a resource
TODO: aggiungere endpoint di produzione
TODO: rivedere, qui ho copiato la descrizione del primo doc
Exchanged data format is mainly JSON (“Accept:application/json” in the request headers) but in the future XML, HTML or others may be supported. Return values always contain HTTP status code; optionally a description could be added to provide some error details. GET requests may use optional querystring parameters in the request: in some cases the returned data format depends on which set of parameters is specified.
Versioning is provided through URI in the form of ENDPOINT/VERSION/RESOURCE
Only a subset of resources will support pagination and they do it by handling “x-page” and “x-page-size” values in request header. When not supported by resources, pagination headers are ignored by the server application.
Restrictions may be applied by limiting the number of requests by a specific API key against a resource (e.g. client application with access key XYZ fails to create a new sending because the limit of N sending per day has been reached). In case of rate limiting HTTP status code 429 (Too many requests) is returned.
Rate limiting has to be considered as a possible future extension, implementation requires more details about possible restrictions that could affect resources and customer specific settings.
OAuth V2 is used
TODO: Citiamo anche quella tramite header?
Read our best practices to understand what you can do and learn the recommended approaches.
Download Demo Client and choose among several available programming languages.
After getting acquainted with the API, get your API keys & build your own application.
Integrating your application
A few things to keep in mind:
The MailUp REST API uses Oauth2 and requires a token refresh. You can use the available samples to see how to refresh the authorization token
By properly setting the request header you can set the response format as JSON or XML
Each application is tied to a set of application keys, which are used to authorize the application (get yours).
- Users of the application will be authenticated using their own MailUp account credentials.
- The application keys used in the sample code shall not be used in a production environment.
A complete email messaging API
When to use the MailUp REST APIThe MailUp REST API gives you access to a variety of methods to manage email campaigns, subscribe and unsubscribe recipients, and retrieving statistics, bounces, etc.
Import recipients, get import status
Retrieve lists, groups, email messages, etc.
Subscribe, unsubscribe, update recipients
Create and modify groups
Create, modify, delete a message
Create a message from a template
Retrieve a list of messages
Add and remove images
...See Email messages
Send a message to a List
Send a message to a Group
Send a message to a Recipient
... See Send Email Messages
and also Transactional Emails
Retrieve details on sent messages
Retrieve opens, clicks, bounces, unsubscribes
Retrieve stats for the last N hours
Retrieve stats for a specific period
...See Email Statistics
Request new free trial account
Obtain request status
Before choosing the REST API as the technical solution for integrating your application, ensure that you have read our best practices.