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Account Provisioning API: Account Operations

The Twilio SendGrid Account Provisioning API provides a platform for Twilio SendGrid resellers to manage their customers. This API is for companies that have a formal reseller partnership with Twilio SendGrid.

You can access Twilio SendGrid sub-account functionality without becoming a reseller. If you require sub-account functionality, see the Twilio SendGrid Subusers feature, which is available with Pro and Premier plans.

The Account Provisioning API account operations allow you to create, retrieve, and authenticate customer accounts.

List Accounts

The Account Provisioning API is in private beta and accessible by invitation only at this time.

The List Accounts operation allows you to retrieve all customer accounts belonging to your reseller account. Accounts are returned with their account IDs, email addresses, and account creation and update information.

This endpoint returns 10 results per request by default. You can receive a maximum of 100 results per request by setting the limit query parameter. If you have more than 100 customer accounts, you can use the offset and limit query parameters to iterate through your accounts in successive API calls to the endpoint.

GET /v3/partners/accounts

Base url: https://api.sendgrid.com

Retrieves all accounts under the organization.

Authentication

  • API Key

Headers

Authorization
string
default: Bearer <<YOUR_API_KEY_HERE>>
required

Query String

offset
string

The last item successfully retrieved

default: None
limit
integer

The number of items to return

default: 10

Responses

object
accounts
array[object]

List of account objects.

id
string

Twilio SendGrid account ID

email
string

Email of the account holder

format: email
created_at
string

Timestamp indicating when the account was created. Format is RFC3339

format: date-time
updated_at
string

Timestamp indicating when the account was last updated. Format is RFC3339

format: date-time
pages
object
last
string

The last item returned

example
object
error
string
object
error
string
object
error
string
        
        
        
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