Using Web Service To Connect With Pulseem Systems
The web service allows application to communicate and share information through the internet, without worrying about OS Systems, or programming language.
The information is transfered by using XML files.
Using the web service you can add email addresses or any additional information related to the email to your account in the pulseem system.
*If you add an email address that is already in your system account the information will be updated with the new information you have sent.
Using Web Service to connect to Pulseem for email sending
Allows to applications ro communicate over the internet without dependance on operating system, software or hardware using XML.
Which tools direct send provides.
Direct send allows to remote servers to send large amount of emails without managing email servers.
Direct send allows:
Ability to send email without email server by calling to web service.
Get unsubscribe reports.
Get delivery reports of errors and undelivered emails.
Get statistics, who opened, who clicked and more.
Send bulk emails with one request to web service.
Optimal sending speed.
Optimal deliverability to main email servers in the world (deliver the message to inbox).
Direct send system adds unsubscribe link at the bottom of email. By clicking on that link the user marked as not to send to in future and to get it with the function GetEmailReport.
It is posiblle to remove unsubscribe link and to manage it by client.
Using Web Service to send SMS with Pulseem
Web service allows different applications to communicate and share information through the web regardless of the operating system or programming language using XML.
DIRECT SENDING ALLOWS YOU TO USE THE FOLLOWING TOOLS:
Direct sending allows remote operating systems to send SMS.
Direct sending allows you:
Sending SMS through Web Service without the need of dedicated development.
Sending large amounts of SMS in one call through Web Service.
Optimal sending speed.
Receiving sending statistics reports.
Description: allows you to send a single SMS worldwide (Israel included). The number must contain the international area code.
userID (string) – user name
password (string) – web service password. You will receive a unique password for web service use.
fromNumber  (string)- the cellphone number (landline number can also be used)from which the SMS is being send from.
toNumber  (string)- the cellphone number to send the SMS to.
externalRef (string)- a variable that repeats in the reports to identify the SMS by the client.
Text (string) - textual content of the SMS message.
String is a return parameter – "Success" means data has been transferred. Any other result means it failed.