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AreaCommonUseCases
Extension.cs
InputName0clientID
InputName1clientSecret
InputName2username
InputName3password
InputType0string
InputType1string
InputType2string
InputType3string
LanguageCSharp
LicenseMIT_X11
MethodNameCreateAndSendSMS
OSWindows
OutputTypevoid

MailUp REST API - How to create and send an SMS to a specific recipient.

This snippet takes advantage of the MailUp .NET SDK to setup the secure communication towards the server through OAuth2 two leg authentication.
You can start digging into the MailUP API world by reading this content: http://help.mailup.com/display/mailupapi/REST+API
An instance of MailUpClient class is able to manage one user at a time. 
A MailUpClient object needs a pair clientID-clientSecret, which you can retrieve following this procedure: http://help.mailup.com/display/mailupapi/Authenticating+with+OAuth+v2
Then, you should login with your credentials, invoking RetrieveAccessToken(username, password) method (it should be done just only once at the beginning of the process).
Finally, you can call all the methods you want! 
E.g. prepare an SMS message and send it to a particular recipient. This message an also be sent several times, to different recipients...
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public static void CreateAndSendSMS(string clientID, string clientSecret, string username, string password) { // 1) Setup the MailUp Client: MailUpClient client = new MailUpClient(clientID, clientSecret); try { client.RetrieveAccessToken(username, password); } catch (MailUpException ex) { Console.WriteLine("Unable to access the service due to " + ex.Message); return; } // 2) Create the message: int idList = 1; string subject = "Test Creation Sms"; ConsoleSmsMessageDetailItem message = new ConsoleSmsMessageDetailItem() { Content = "Test Content", idList = idList, IsUnicode = false, Notes = "Bunch of test notes", Sender = "+390123456789", Subject = subject }; ConsoleMessageItem createMsgResult = null; try { createMsgResult = client.CreateSmsMessage(idList, message); } catch (Exception ex) { Console.WriteLine("Unable to create the message due to " + ex.Message); return; } if (createMsgResult == null) { Console.WriteLine("Unable to create the message"); return; } // 3) Send the just created message: SmsSendToRecipientRequest request = new SmsSendToRecipientRequest() { Number = "3331234567", Prefix = 39, idMessage = createMsgResult.idMessage.Value }; SmsMessageSendResponse result = null; try { result = client.SendSmsMessage(request); } catch (Exception ex) { Console.WriteLine("Cannot perform the operation due to " + ex.Message); return; } // 4) Print results: if (result != null) Console.WriteLine("Message sent to " + result.Sent + " recipient(s)."); else Console.WriteLine("An error occurred while sending the message."); }
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