You can now access our voice messaging service from our free API. Currently, we have one service available that allows you to make a request to initiate a phone call to any number and allow the recipient of the phone call to record a short voice message. We return the URL of a web-page that you can link to play back the message. You may use this link in any way that you want to enhance your service or build mashups.
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There are 2 ways to access recorded messages:
number - specify a complete (U.S. only for now) telephone number here, including coutry and area-code
parentid - buzzID of the parent message. Set to 0 for starting new topics. Use this to create a discussion thread.
secret - set to a value if parentid is 0. This will be required to edit/moderate a discussion under a new topic. New topics are those messages that have parentid set to 0.
replyok - set to N if you do not want the listener of a message to create a reply to it. Setting to N will disallow the creation of a discussion thread.
txtmsg - You can use this field to store some text along with the recorded message. This can be used as a topic name for new discussions.
< buzzID> Permanent Identifier for the message < /buzzID>
< Error> text of any error messages < /Error>
This could return the following XML:
< buzzID> 0a0616565214741 < /buzzID>