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This documentation is for the SendGrid Web API v2

To access all the latest features and upcoming developments, please see our v3 API.

Customer Subuser Parse Settings

Manage Customer Subusers' Parse Settings.

Get Current Settings

URI Parameter Required Requirements Description
task Yes Must be set to get Retrieve Parse settings
user Yes Customer subuser must be registered under your account The customer subuser who we will update

Call

POST https://api.sendgrid.com/apiv2/reseller.manageSubuser.json
POST Data api_user=your_sendgrid_username&api_key=your_sendgrid_password&method=parse&task=get&method=parse&user=example@example.com

Response

{
  "parse": [
    {
      "hostname": "www.example.com",
      "url": "www.mydomain.com/parse.php",
      "spam_check": 1
    }
  ]
}

Call

POST https://api.sendgrid.com/apiv2/reseller.manageSubuser.xml
POST Data api_user=your_sendgrid_username&api_key=your_sendgrid_password&method=parse&task=get&method=parse&user=example@example.com

Response

<parse>
   <entry>
      <hostname>www.example.com</hostname>
      <url>www.mydomain.com/parse.php</url>
      <spam_check>1</spam_check>
   </entry>
</parse>

Create New Entry

URI Parameter Required Requirements Description
task Yes Must be set to set Set Parse settings
hostname Yes No more than 255 characters Hostname we will use with your email
url Yes The parse destination
user Yes Customer subuser must be registered under your account The customer subuser who we will update

Call

POST https://api.sendgrid.com/apiv2/reseller.manageSubuser.json
POST Data api_user=your_sendgrid_username&api_key=your_sendgrid_password&hostname=www.example.com&url=www.mydomain.com/parse.php&spam_check=1&method=parse&task=set&method=parse&user=example@example.com

Response

{
  "message": "success"
}

Call

POST https://api.sendgrid.com/apiv2/reseller.manageSubuser.xml
POST Data api_user=your_sendgrid_username&api_key=your_sendgrid_password&hostname=www.example.com&url=www.mydomain.com/parse.php&spam_check=1&method=parse&task=set&method=parse&user=example@example.com

Response

<result>
   <message>success</message>
</result>

Edit Entry

URI Parameter Required Requirements Description
task Yes Must be set to update Set Parse settings
hostname Yes No more than 255 characters Hostname entry you want to update
url Yes The parse destination
user Yes Customer subuser must be registered under your account The customer subuser who we will update

Call

POST https://api.sendgrid.com/apiv2/reseller.manageSubuser.json
POST Data api_user=your_sendgrid_username&api_key=your_sendgrid_password&hostname=www.example.com&url=www.mydomain.com/parse.php&spam_check=1&method=parse&task=update&user=example@example.com

Response

{
  "message": "success"
}

Call

POST https://api.sendgrid.com/apiv2/reseller.manageSubuser.xml
POST Data api_user=your_sendgrid_username&api_key=your_sendgrid_password&hostname=www.example.com&url=www.mydomain.com/parse.php&spam_check=1&method=parse&task=update&user=example@example.com

Response

<result>
   <message>success</message>
</result>

Delete Entry

URI Parameter Required Requirements Description
task Yes Must be set to delete Set Parse settings
user Yes Customer subuser must be registered under your account The customer subuser who we will update
hostname Yes Must be the hostname you wish to delete. The host name you will remove for your customer subuser

Call

POST https://api.sendgrid.com/apiv2/reseller.manageSubuser.json
POST Data api_user=your_sendgrid_username&api_key=your_sendgrid_password&hostname=www.example.com&task=delete&method=parse&user=example@example.com

Response

{
  "message": "success"
}

Call

POST https://api.sendgrid.com/apiv2/reseller.manageSubuser.xml
POST Data api_user=your_sendgrid_username&api_key=your_sendgrid_password&hostname=www.example.com&task=delete&method=parse&user=example@example.com

Response

<result>
   <message>success</message>
</result>

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