I am using /createMessage in the API to send a notification to a named user using the JSON as follows: { "request": { "application": "XXXX", "auth": "XXXXX", "notifications": [{ "send_date": "now", "ignore_user_timezone": true, "content": "Hello user100!", "users":["user100@nothal.cxx"] }] } }

The server response is:

{ "status_code": 210, "status_message": "Message for users list is not allowed ", "response": null }

asked 09 Jan, 16:07
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Glen
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Hello,

Please note that this feature is only available for Enterprise users.

Please follow the link below to get more detailed information:

http://docs.pushwoosh.com/docs/user-id-push

Regards, Alex.

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answered 10 Jan, 08:35
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Alex
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Are you sure?
The documentation for /createMessage in the standard remoteAPI includes this feature and has no reference to enterprise accounts. http://docs.pushwoosh.com/docs/createmessage

Also I am currently using the free trial - which says "Try all Pushwoosh features absolutely for free." I

(10 Jan, 09:48) Glen Glen's gravatar image

Hello,

Please contact our support team with your Pushwoosh username and we will assist you shortly.

Regards, Alex.

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answered 10 Jan, 09:59
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Alex
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