API User

This section explains creation and management of users who need to accesss the API or SMTP interfaces.

Adding an API user

Click the Menu -> API settings at the top right of the management console.

API user list

Click the add button on API user tab. API user

Input the below items:

Item Required Description
API User Yes Input the ID for setting the API's api_user or SMTP authentication's username. Input in email format.
API Key Yes Input the secret key for the API's api_key or SMTP authentication's password. Please input 8 or more characters using a combination of one or more alphanumeric characters.
API Key(confirmation) Yes Input the same value as the API key.
Authorization (Permissions) Yes Select the authorization for the API user. The API group Admin can access all APIs including APIs that can change other API settings and edit data. Normal API users can access API data such as the Transactional Email API's bounces, deliveries, and can download data references but can not edit the data.
Operation Authorization Yes Gives permission to the API user to view or download the data including email addresses.
Access Authorization Yes Gives permission to the API user to access HTTP-API and SMTP data. If you check the Only refer to this user's sending data, the Transactional Email API's bounces, deliveries, and statistics will be filtered to the scope of that user for the emails they sent. ※You can not apply this restriction to the block list (subscription cancellation).
Time Zone Yes This specifies the time zone used by the API user. The time zone is applied to HTTP-API request parameters and response data.

API users will be added when you click the Save button.

If you create an API user with the SMTP box checked, please reflect settings on your mail server.


Editing the API user

Click the API user, an edit dialog will appear.

API user editing

To finalize changes click the save button. (All fields you can fill out are editable.)


Changing the API key

To change the API key check the Change API key box to enable input for a new API key. Input the new API key and click the Save button to change the API key.

If you create an API user with the SMTP box checked, please reflect settings on your mail server.


Changing user access permissions

To restrict access to either HTTP-API or SMTP data uncheck their corresponding checkboxes.

If you create an API user with the SMTP box checked, please reflect settings on your mail server.


Locking API users

If Lock this account is checked HTTP-API and SMTP access will be locked out.

If you create an API user with the SMTP box checked, please reflect settings on your mail server.


Deleting API users

Click the Delete button on the API user list. Input the password for the user and click the Delete button again to finalize the deletion.

If you create an API user with the SMTP box checked, please reflect settings on your mail server.