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4 months 3 weeks ago #47083 by Emiliano Bertoli
Hi guys,
Please, Is there a way to run Jomres SMS notifications using the AcySMS free extension ?

(PS the Clickatell link on your documentation page give back a 404 Error page)
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4 months 4 days ago #47100 by Emiliano Bertoli
Replied by Emiliano Bertoli on topic Jomres & AcySMS
Hi guys,
Can anyone help me to solve this question ?
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4 months 4 days ago #47101 by Rodrigo Rocco
Replied by Rodrigo Rocco on topic Jomres & AcySMS
Hi Emiliano, I guess is doable but that integration is not being developed, you need to do it yourlsef or hire some one.

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3 months 3 weeks ago - 3 months 3 weeks ago #47122 by Emiliano Bertoli
Replied by Emiliano Bertoli on topic Jomres & AcySMS
Hi Rodrigo,
thanks for the answer. Please, to take a look on building a Plugin, What are the informations (documentation) we need ?
As far as I see in the documentation I found:

-- Creating your own API plugins
-- I want to modify a plugin

Anything else ?
As far as I understand in a multi property portal each Manager Property owner can add his own telephone number, Am I right ?

PS the Clickatell link on your documentation page give back a 404 Error page
Last edit: 3 months 3 weeks ago by Emiliano Bertoli.
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3 months 3 weeks ago #47124 by Rodrigo Rocco
Replied by Rodrigo Rocco on topic Jomres & AcySMS
This would help you too --> www.jomres.net/manual/developers-guide/5...1-hello-world-simple

And obviously you need the AcySMS developer docs.

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