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Add Emercury to Your Website or App

Create integrations that connect Emercury to a CMS, blog, shopping cart, and more. Our API offers in-depth documentation, a download section for various wrappers, and how-to documents. The majority of data and functionality within our web application is accessible, so the integration possibilities are endless.

Not a programmer? Here are a few options that don't involve using our API directly:

What You Can Do with the API

The Emercury API allows you to sync your database with Emercury for better list and campaign management. Create client portals, add a subscribe form to your checkout page, segment campaigns based on purchase history, link campaign stats to your database, sync email activity with your database, and more.

Add Emercury to Your Website or App

Please use this API url to send your requests: https://panel.emercury.net/api.php

***note: please download the example of the sample API file: https://panel.emercury.net/files/download.php?sample

Test Scenario (This is not a real account or API key)

Here is the common authorization request:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8 "? >
<request>
<user mail="test@test.com" API_key ="12345ABCD EF67890GHIJK"></user>
</request>
– <request> – query container that includes all required fields
– <user> – client's information (email and API key)
To call any function tag <method></method > used.

getCustomFields

getCustomFields To get available fields: getCustomFields true --- 13538 First Name 13539 Last Name 13540 Gender 13541 Birthday 13542 City 13543 Zip 13544 Field 7 13545 Field 8 13546 Field 9

getCustomFields

Request

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<request>
<user mail="test@test.com" API_key="12345ABCDEF67890GHIJK" />
<method>getCustomFields</method>
</request>

<strong>To get available fields:</strong>

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<request>
<user mail="test@test.com" API_key="12345ABCDEF67890GHIJK" />
<method>getCustomFields</method>
  <parameters>
  <setted>
  true
  </setted>
  </parameters>
</request>

Response

<emercurymailAPI xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
<Fields>
<Field>
<db_field_id>
13538
</db_field_id>
<name>
First Name</name>
</Field>
<Field>
<db_field_id>
13539
</db_field_id>
<name>
Last Name
</name>
</Field>
<Field>
<db_field_id>
13540
</db_field_id>
<name>
Gender
</name>
</Field>
<Field>
<db_field_id>
13541
</db_field_id>
<name>
Birthday
</name>
</Field>
<Field>
<db_field_id>
13542
</db_field_id>
<name>
City
</name>
</Field>
<Field>
<db_field_id>
13543
</db_field_id>
<name>
Zip
</name>
</Field >
<Field>
<db_field_id>
13544
</db_field_id>
<name>
Field 7
</name>
</Field>
<Field><db_field_id>
13545
</db_field_id>
<name>
Field 8
</name>
</Field>
<Field>
<db_field_id>
13546
</db_field_id>
<name>
Field 9
</name>
</Field>
</Fields>
</emercurymailAPI>
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