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how can I send SMS from window form application in c# i registered in nexmo site
there are some security method
api_key
api_secret

HTTP Request
https://rest.nexmo.com/sms/json[^]
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Rabee3-F1.787545 7-Aug-13 13:28pm    
i tried this code and as the site
String url = "https://rest.nexmo.com/sms/xml?api_key={2dc66b7a}&api_secret={0c8e9471}&from=Rabee3.f1@gmail.com&to=963992787545&text=D%c3%a9j%c3%a0+vu";
XmlDocument xmldoc = new XmlDocument();
// HTTP GET request to Orange API server
xmldoc.Load(url);
// display status of the post
try
{
MessageBox.Show("Status: " + xmldoc.SelectSingleNode("/response/status/status_msg").InnerText);
}
catch (Exception ex)
{

MessageBox.Show(ex.Message,ex.StackTrace);
}
Rabee3-F1.787545 7-Aug-13 13:29pm    
it returns null reference
Zoltán Zörgő 8-Aug-13 3:09am    
1) I am pretty sure, you don't need { and } around the two keys.
2) Try it first outside your code - with a browser for example (it is working)
I got this one:

<mt-submission-response>
<messages count="1">
<message>
<to>963992787545</to>
<status>6</status>
<errortext>Unroutable message - rejected</errortext>
<network>41701</network>
</message>
</messages>
</mt-submission-response>

3) Thank you for sharing your keys with the world.

Have you read their documentation? I doubt.
Try again: https://docs.nexmo.com/index.php/messaging-sms-api/send-message[^]... and scroll down at least to the example.
 
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Manas Bhardwaj 8-Aug-13 2:58am    
Good link +5!
Remove { } from statement, so it will be
String url = "https://rest.nexmo.com/sms/xml?api_key=2dc66b7a&api_secret=0c8e9471&from=Rabee3.f1@gmail.com&to=963992787545&text=D%c3%a9j%c3%a0+vu";
 
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Member 7995900 26-Aug-14 3:00am    
I use it in above format. but it gives <status>6
<errortext>Unroutable message - rejected
Hi dude,

I got it working..

Just remove the { and } before and after the secret_key and the api_key and include "Country code" before the mobile number!! :D

That's it!!
 
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