Introducing REST API in MailerQ 5.6.3
We rolled out an initial version of our REST API in which we introduce two endpoints for injecting messages and pausing/unpausing ongoing deliveries.
The HTTP injection endpoint enables users to inject messages for delivery through an API request. This makes it easier to integrate this process with other external applications. In addition to injecting messages, users can now also pause and unpause messages using REST API. MailerQ already offers the possibility to manage delivery settings per campaign, message type and client. However, this new feature enables authorized external applications - such as third party deliverability monitoring tools - to automatically pause a campaign which encounters errors. This gives deliverability managers additional time to figure out what is going on and what can be done about it. Please consult the REST API V1 documentation for more information.
New Response Actions
Two new Response Actions - "patch" and "patchresult" - have been added in MailerQ 5.6.3 to enable JSON patches. JSON patches can be used to make partial changes to a JSON document. This means that you can now (conditionally) modify, replace, add or remove specific result and message properties. Read more about JSON patch.
New Rewrite Rules condition
In Version 5.5 we rolled out conditions in Rewrite Rules which allow you to select messages based on message properties and apply rules to those selected messages. MailerQ 5.6.3 includes two new types of conditions, namely: pattern matching and negative matching.
Apart from these new features, MailerQ 5.6.3 includes several other improvements and bug fixes. You can find a complete list of all the changes in the release notes.
We advise and encourage all users to upgrade to the new version. If you are upgrading from the previous version, please read consult the upgrade and downgrade instructions.