SMSC

The SMSC modules allow you to create, update, list, search, and delete the contacts, senders, SMSes, statistics, and account balance from your SMSC account.

Getting Started with SMSC

Prerequisites

  • An SMSC account - create an account at smsc.ru/.

The module dialog fields that are displayed in bold (in the Make scenario, not in this documentation article) are mandatory!

Connecting SMSC to Make

  1. Log in to your Make account, add a module from the SMSC app into an Make scenario.

  2. Click Add next to the Connection field.

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  3. In the Connection name field, enter a name for the connection.

  4. In the Login and Password fields enter your SMSC account credentials and click Continue.

The connection has been established.

Contacts

Searches for contacts or lists them all.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

FIO

Enter (map) full name to search the contacts to list the contacts that match the specified name. You can enter any of the initials like last name, first name, and/or patronymic.

Search

Enter (map) the contact name or phone number to search the contacts.

After ID

Select or map the contact identifier from which the list of contacts should be returned.

Limit

Set the maximum number of contacts Make should return during one execution cycle. The default value is 10.

Creates a new contact.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Phones

Enter (map) the list of phone numbers separated by any separator or a phone number. Must be at least 8 characters long.

Name

Enter (map) the contact's name.

Group IDs

Select or map the Group IDs to which the contact belongs.

Last Name

Enter (map) the contact's last name.

First Name

Enter (map) the contact's first name.

Middle Name

Enter (map) the contact's middle name.

Contact ID

Enter (map) the Contact ID assigned by the client.

Birthday

Enter (map) the contact's date of birth. See the list of supported date and time formats.

Comments

Enter (map) the comments for the contact.

Tags

Enter (map) the tags for the contact.

Other Phone Numbers

Enter (map) the additional phone numbers of the contact. The SMS will not be sent to these additional phone numbers.

Updates an existing contact.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Contact Phone

Select or map the contact's phone number whose details you want to update.

New Phone

Enter (map) a new phone number. Must be at least 8 characters long.

Name

Enter (map) the contact's name.

Group IDs

Select or map the Group IDs to which the contact belongs.

Last Name

Enter (map) the contact's last name.

First Name

Enter (map) the contact's first name.

Middle Name

Enter (map) the contact's middle name.

Contact ID

Enter (map) the Contact ID assigned by the client.

Birthday

Enter (map) the contact's date of birth. See the list of supported date and time formats.

Comments

Enter (map) the comments for the contact.

Tags

Enter (map) the tags for the contact.

Other Phone Numbers

Enter (map) the additional phone numbers of the contact. The SMS will not be sent to these additional phone numbers.

Deletes an existing contact.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Contact Phone

Select or map the contact you want to delete.

Senders

Retrieves all senders.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

All

Select or map the option to list the senders.

Operators

Select or map the operators to list the senders.

From Date

Enter (map) the date to list the senders whose status has been changed for any of the operators on or after the specified date. When this parameter is specified, the names are sorted in descending order of the date of the name status change.

Limit

Set the maximum number of senders Make should return during one execution cycle. The default value is 10.

Creates a new sender.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Sender

Enter (map) the sender's name.

Comment

Enter (map) the message used to create the sender's name.

Region

Select or map the region of the sender. For example, Name settings for Ukraine. When you select the region, additional fields related to the region auto-populates which are required to be filled. For more information, see the SMSC Developer documentation.

Mail

Select whether you want to add the sender's email address.

Name

Enter (map) the email address owner's name.

Site

Enter (map) the address of the site from which the codes will come to confirm the digital names of the senders. This parameter must have been previously added and activated as Sender ID. If not specified, messages will be sent on behalf of the sender by default.

Site Name

Enter (map) the site address specified in the text of the message with the confirmation code.

User

Enter (map) the login of the subclient to which the specified command applies.

Operators

Select whether you want to add the status code of the sender's name from the operator.

Doc Info

Enter (map) the document file details which are transferred in the request body when creating or changing the sender's name. Specify a description for the transferred file in this field.

Charset

Select or map the charset of the sender. For example, Windows-1251, UTF-8, KOl8-R.

Updates an existing sender.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Sender

Select or map the sender whose details you want to update.

Comment

Enter (map) the message used to create the sender's name.

Region

Select or map the region of the sender. For example, Name settings for Ukraine. When you select the region, additional fields related to the region auto-populates which are required to be filled. For more information, see the SMSC Developer documentation.

Mail

Select whether to add the sender's email address.

Name

Enter (map) the email address owner's name.

Site

Enter (map) the address of the site from which the codes will come to confirm the digital names of the senders. This parameter must have been previously added and activated as Sender ID. If not specified, messages will be sent on behalf of the sender by default.

Site Name

Enter (map) the site address specified in the text of the message with the confirmation code.

User

Enter (map) the login of the subclient to which the specified command applies.

Operators

Select whether you want to add the status code of the sender's name from the operator.

Doc Info

Enter (map) the document file details which is transferred in the request body when creating or changing the sender's name. Specify a description for the transferred file in this field.

Charset

Select or map the charset of the sender. For example, Windows-1251, UTF-8, KOl8-R.

Deletes an existing sender.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Type

Select or map the option to delete the sender:

  • Sender ID

  • Sender Name

Sender ID

Select or map the Sender ID you want to delete.

Sender Name

Select or map the sender's name you want to delete.

Generates a sender verification code.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Sender

Select or map the sender for whom you want to generate the verification code.

Checks a sender verification code.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Sender

Select or map the sender for whom you want to check the verification code.

Code

Enter (map) the verification code to check.

SMSES

Searches for outgoing messages or lists them all.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Start

Enter (map) the date to search the outgoing messages on or after the specified date.

End

Enter (map) the date to search the outgoing messages on or before the specified date.

Format

Select the format to search the outgoing messages:

  • SMS Request

  • Email Message Request

Phone

Enter (map) the number or a comma-separated list of phone numbers for which you want to get the history of sent SMS messages.

Email

Enter (map) the email address or a comma-separated list of email addresses for which you want to get the history of sent SMS messages.

Limit

Set the maximum number of outgoing messages Make should return during one execution cycle. The default value is 10.

Searches for incoming messages or lists them all.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Hour

Enter (map) the hours for which you want to request incoming messages. The maximum number of hours is 168 or 7 days.

After ID

Enter (map) the ID of the message from which to return incoming messages, excluding the After ID itself.

To Phone

Enter (map) the client's phone number to which incoming messages were received.

Limit

Set the maximum number of incoming messages Make should return during one execution cycle. The default value is 10.

Checks an SMS status.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Phone

Enter (map) the phone number or a list of numbers separated by a comma for requesting the statuses of several SMS. For multiple requests, the numbers in the list must be listed in the order corresponding to the message IDs. To preserve the multi-request format, when requesting the status of a single message, include a comma after the phone number. This description is also valid for e-mail messages.

SMS ID

Enter (map) the Message ID or a comma-separated list of IDs when requesting the statuses of multiple messages. To preserve the multi-query format, when querying the status of a single message, include a comma after the message ID.

All

Select or map the option to check the messages:

  • Get message status in the regular format

  • Get full information about the sent message

  • Add information about the country, operator, region of the subscriber to the message information

Charset

Select or map the encoding of the transmitted message:

  • Windows - 1251

  • UTF - 8

  • KOI8-R

Sends a new SMS.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

SMS Body Type

Select the SMS body type:

  • Text

  • List

List

Enter (map) a list of phone numbers and their corresponding messages, separated by a colon or semicolon, and presented as:phone:message

Phones

Enter (map) a phone number or phone number separated by a comma in the international format to which you want to send the message.

Message

Enter (map) the message text. The maximum allowed number of characters is 1000.

SMS ID

Enter (map) the identification number of the message. If not specified, it will be assigned automatically. Not necessarily unique.

Sender

Enter (map) the sender's name that displays on the recipient's phone.

Translit

Select or map the transliteration option for the message:

  • Do not transliterate

  • Translate in the form of 'translit'

  • Translate in the form of 'mpaHc/lum'

Tiny URL

Select whether to shorten the URL address in the message.

Time Format

Select or map the time format of sending the message to the subscriber:

  • Date

  • Time range

  • Timestamp

  • Time Shift

Date

Enter (map) the date on which you want to send the message.

Time Range

Enter (map) the time range between which you want to send the message in the h1-h2 format.

Timestamp

Enter (map) the time when the SMS is sent to the subscriber in the following formats:

  • DDMMYYhhmm or DD.MM.YY hh: mm.

  • h1-h2. Specifies the time range in hours. If the current time is less than h1, then the SMS message will be sent to the subscriber when h1 time comes, if the current time falls in the range from h1 to h2, the message will be sent immediately, in other cases the sending will be performed the next day when the h1 time is reached. This feature, for example, is useful in order to prevent subscribers from receiving SMS messages at night.

  • 0ts, where ts is a timestamp, the time in seconds elapsed since 1 January 1970.

  • +m. Specifies the relative offset of the time from the current time in minutes. The + character must be encoded as %2B in the HTTP request.

If time = 0 or a time has already passed, the message will be sent immediately.

Time Shift

Enter (map) the timeshift in +m format that sets the relative offset from the current time in minutes.

Timezone

Enter (map) the time zone in which the time parameter is specified.

Period

Enter (map) the period during which the newsletter should be sent. Enter a value between 0.1 and 720 hours.

Freq

Enter (map) the interval or frequency with which you want to send SMS-mailing to the next group of numbers. Enter a value between 1 and 1440.

Flash

Select the type of message:

  • Regular Message

  • Flash Message

Bin

Select the binary message flag:

  • Regular Message

  • Binary Message

  • Binary Message represented as Hexdecicmal string

Push

Select whether to send an internet link in your SMS message.

HLR

Select whether your SMS message contains information about a number from the operator's base without sending a real SMS.

Ping

Select whether your SMS message contains ping information.

MMS

Select whether you want to send a regular SMS or a message with an MMS message attribute.

Mail

Select whether you want to send a regular SMS or an email message.

SOC

Select whether you want to send a regular SMS or a SOC message to the users of the social networks. For example, Odnoklassniki, VKontakte or users of Mail.Ru Agent .

Viber

Select whether you want to send a regular message or a Viber message.

File URL

Enter (map) the file URL address in the message.

Call

Select whether you want to send a regular SMS or a voice message.

Voice

Select or map the option if you are sending a voice message:

  • Male voice

  • Male alternative voice

  • Female voice

  • Female alternative voice

Parameters

Enter (map) the comma-separated list of parameters for a voice message in the following format:

  • w - waiting time for the subscriber to pick up the handset after the start of the call in seconds

  • i - repeat interval

  • n - total number of dialing attempts

Subject

Enter (map) the subject of the MMS or e-mail message.

Charset

Select or map the encoding of the transmitted message:

  • Windows - 1251

  • UTF - 8

  • KOI8-R

Cost

Select or map the cost option applicable to the message.

Valid

Enter (map) the lifetime validity of the SMS message. It is the time during which the operator will try to deliver the message to the subscriber. Ranges from 1 to 24 hours. It is also possible to transmit time in thehh:mmformat in the range from 00:01 to 24:00.

Max SMS

Enter (map) the maximum number of SMSes that a long message can be split into.

Img Code

Enter (map) the value of the alphanumeric code entered with the captcha when using the anti-spam checker. This field must be used in conjunction with the userip parameter.

User IP

Enter (map) the user's IP address for which the limit is on the maximum number of messages per day will apply. This is set in your account settings in the Limit and Restrictions section.

Err

Select whether to add a list of erroneous numbers to the server response.

OP

Select whether to add information on each number to the server response.

Referral to Partner

Enter (map) the client as a referral to a specific partner ID for the current request.

Deletes an existing SMS.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Phone

Enter (map) the phone number or a list of numbers separated by a comma whose messages you want to delete.

SMS ID

Enter (map) the Message ID or a comma-separated list of IDs you want to delete.

Statistics

Retrieves statistics of sent messages.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Start

Enter (map) the date to list the statistics on or after the specified date. See the list of supported date and time formats.

End

Enter (map) the date to list the statistics on or before the specified date. If not specified, data from the start date is returned. See the list of supported date and time formats.

Limit

Set the maximum number of statistic items Make should return during one execution cycle. The default value is 10.

Accounts

Retrieves an account balance.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

Add Currency

Select whether you want to include the currency details in the result.

Other

Performs an arbitrary authorized API Call.

Connection

Establish a connection to your SMSC account.

URL

Enter a path relative to https://smrc.ru/sys/For example, phones.php.

For the list of available endpoints, refer to the SMSC API Documentation.

Method

Select the HTTP method you want to use:

GET

to retrieve information for an entry.

POST

to create a new entry.

PUT

to update/replace an existing entry.

PATCH

to make a partial entry update.

DELETE

to delete an entry.

Headers

Enter the desired request headers. You don't have to add authorization headers; we already did that for you.

Query String

Enter the request query string.

Body

Enter the body content for your API call.

The following API call returns all the contacts from your SMSC account:

URL:

phones.php

Method:

GET

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Matches of the search can be found in the module's Output under Bundle > Body. 

In our example, 6 contacts were returned:

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