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Topic # 150447 23-Jul-2014 11:38
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Hi there

Just wondering (as I can't find it) if there is a webhook in the VFX system somewhere?

Basically, if someone calls me, it sends me an email (well, quite a few of them).

I'd like it to (also?) hit a URL, eg:

http://myserver.com/whatever/incomingcall?number=095551234

I
 can then turn off the emails and move it to push notifications :)

Anyone know if this can be done?

Thanks

Nic




Nic Wise - Waiheke Island, New Zealand - www.fastchicken.co.nz


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  Reply # 1094132 23-Jul-2014 11:42
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If you log in to https://www.xport.co.nz/ you can set up emails to specified address for every incoming call.

EDIT: Under services menu on the left, select VFX, then call notify.

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  Reply # 1094142 23-Jul-2014 11:44
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In which case it should really be like PayPal IPN (for those who don't know here it is in a simplified version):

 

  • PayPal POST to your IPN URL with a KEY
  • Your server GET from PayPal with the KEY
  • PayPal responds with the rest of the transaction
Basically this way you know there's an incoming transaction, and by using the KEY and doing a GET back to PayPal means you are hitting their servers, not blindly receiving a transaction without authentication. You then use the last response for the transaction...








 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1094143 23-Jul-2014 11:45
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RunningMan: If you log in to https://www.xport.co.nz/ you can set up emails to specified address for every incoming call.

EDIT: Under services menu on the left, select VFX, then call notify.


He already does it by he wants VFX to POST to a URL instead of sending an email.





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  Reply # 1094146 23-Jul-2014 11:47
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freitasm:

He already does it by he wants VFX to POST to a URL instead of sending an email.



Ahh, now I see - thought the OP wanted one or other of those functions, not to replace email with POST.

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  Reply # 1094152 23-Jul-2014 12:15
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This feature does not exist, sorry. Call notify (email) is the closest similar feature available.



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  Reply # 1094153 23-Jul-2014 12:19
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Thanks everyone. Yes, thats what I wanted: a GET or POST to a given URL with the phone number passed in. Appears its not supported. Oh well. I can live with email.

Cheers!




Nic Wise - Waiheke Island, New Zealand - www.fastchicken.co.nz


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