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EnterpriseSMS API offers three different types of SMTP interfaces for sending SMS messages to any network. With all of them the process is as follows:

  • Your application sends email with relevant authentication and messaging parameters
  • Our service authenticates this requests, creates SMS message and sends it
  • Your account is billed for this transaction

The difference in these three methods is in the authentication used.

  • SMTP server authentication - your application connects to our SMTP service and sends email with the request
  • WebText (or PIN) authentication - in some cases, you do not have the ability to connect to our SMTP server. PIN authentication provides a less secure alternative. You send email using any SMTP server and in the subject of this message you specify PIN code.
  • IP address authentication - We can record the IP address of your mail server and use this for authentication.