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API Reference Guide

Last updated December 24, 2023

Following are the use-cases that can be achieved through APIs in Mailmodo:

  • Triggering dynamic mails through your software stack in Mailmodo (ref   guide  )
  • Triggering Journeys in Mailmodo from your application (ref   guide  )
  • Importing contacts in Mailmodo from your software stack (ref   guide  )
  • Exporting email campaigns data via API (ref   guide  )

API Gateway URL:

The Mailmodo API Gateway URL is You need to include this before each API endpoint to make API calls.

API Authorization:

Mailmodo APIs are completely RESTful. All Mailmodo APIs are authorized via an API key.

API Endpoints :

Endpoints are used for interacting with server-side web APIs, as they specify where resources lie that can be accessed by third-party software. Usually, the access is via a URL to which HTTP requests are posted, and from which the response is expected.

Simply put, API Endpoints help you to get your apps to communicate with each other.

e.g. You can get the trigger endpoint URL from a transactional Campaign in the following format:<campaign id>

API Key:

An application programming interface key (API key) is a unique identifier used to authenticate a user, developer, or calling program to an   API  . You can get API keys from Mailmodo using the following path:

  1. Login to your Mailmodo   account   with appropriate credentials.
  2. Navigate to Settings → API Keys → Show API Key to view the default API key. (You may also create a new API Key by clicking on the 'Add API Key' button)
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