broadcast_id, time_from, time_to, order_type, search_limit
This function allows users to list replies to a broadcast.
* action: LIST_BROADCAST_REPLIES.
* broadcast_id: broadcast ID.
* time_from: the beginning of time frame. This field is used to filter results based on the date and time the replies are received. The date and time format is YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS. Must be URL encoded.
* time_to: the end of time frame. This field is used to filter results based on the date and time the replies are received. The date and time format is YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS. Must be URL encoded.
* order_type: specifies in which order the results are listed. Value is either "DESC" or "ASC", which means in descending or ascending order respectively.
* search_limit: imposes a limit on the number of list results. Value is either a number or two numbers split by a comma. For example, "5" means the first five results will be returned; if value is "5,10", the function will return the results that are sequenced from the 5th to the 10th.
The response contains the following attributes:
* mcp_inbound_id: ID of the inbound message.
* mcp_channeltype_id: channel type.
* sender: where the message appears to come from.
* recipient: the recipient that the message is sent to.
* contact_name: name of the sender.
* content: the message content.
* inbound_dt: the date and time the message is received by MCP.
The following example shows a successful HTTP GET request and response.
<result tftype='1' infotype='0'>
<resultset name='mcp_inbound' search_found_rows='2'>
<field name='inbound_dt'>2013-09-19 09:42:03</field>