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This method will associate email with your Email SMS account. Possible results are:

EMAIL_OK email was successfully associated with your account
EMAIL_FIELDS_EMPTY the email was not provided
EMAIL_FIELDS_INVALID email or other fields are in invalid format. see below for possible parameters data
EMAIL_EXISTS the email you provided is already registered with our service
EMAIL_DOMAIN_EXISTS you are attempting to register wildcard email but another email with this domain already exists
EMAIL_WILDCARD_EXISTS this wildcard email already exists


  • email - string - the email you want to use.
  • messages_limit - int - max quantity of SMS per one email. could be
    • 1 - max 160 characters
    • 2 - max 306 characters
    • 3 - max 459 characters
    • 4 - max 612 character
      the default value is 1;
  • international - boolean - is the number you provide as an address in international format (true) or local (false). the default is false.
  • send_dlr - boolean - do you want to receive email notifications on all SMS deliveries (true) or failed only (false). the default is false.
  • longcode - integer - your own number (if you purchased one on BurstSMS earlier) to send SMS from.



XML Request Example

<?xml version='1.0'?>










		<international />





XML Response Example

<?xml version='1.0'?>




	<time>2012-04-09 13:40:03 GMT</time>

	<timestamp>1333978803 GMT</timestamp>



PHP Example

Download the PHP API Client


// change api key and secret to your own

$myAPIKey = "API_KEY";

$myAPISecret = "API_SECRET";

// include base class


// create new client object

$transmitsmsAPI = new transmitsmsAPI($myAPIKey, $myAPISecret);

// set parameters


$messages_limit = 2;




// execute request

$methodResponse = $transmitsmsAPI->addEmail($email, $messages_limit, $international, $number, send_dlr);

// parse response into xml object

$xml = @simplexml_load_string($methodResponse);

echo ((string) $xml->response == 'EMAIL_OK') ? "Email was registered" : "Error registering email: " . (string) $xml->response;


GET Example

Using a URL based request system you can request this method by using the below URL - be sure to url encode all your variables!