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In this example, we will learn how to use notifications. Notifications can be sent out on for example a missed call or on receiving a new voicemail. There are some different notification methods, of which the most common are email notifications and SMS notifications.

1. Set up notifications

So, let's set up notifications for a source:

PUT /sources/219982
notify_on_missed_call=1&email=n@c.com&smsnumber=0735123456
{
 "sources":[{
  "source_id":"219982",
  "name":"test",
  "email":"n@c.com",
  "smsnumber":"+46735123456",
  "media":null,
  "customer_id":"86931",
  "phonenr":"+461890510",
  "destnr":"+4618921814",
  "timestamp":"2012-03-13 23:00:00",
  "expire":null,
  "created":"2012-03-14 20:56:46",
  "modified":"2012-03-15 09:44:05",
  "class":"0",
  "status":"active",
  "vm_greeting_id":"303",
  "campaign_id":null,
  "publisher_id":null,
  "notify_on_missed_call":"1",
  "notify_on_new_voicemail":"0",
  "vm_divert_all":"0",
  "vm_divert_busy":"1",
  "vm_divert_noanswer":"1",
  "alt_numbers":[]
 }]
}

In this example, we've set up that notifications should be sent out on a missed call, and notifications should be sent to both email and SMS.

Congratulations! You've now learned how to handle alternative notifications using the Freespee API.

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