TPI Integration with Aerialink

SMS-Magic offers a third-party API integration feature. When an SMS-Magic customer wants to use his own account at an SMS Provider like Aerialink and wants to use the SMS-Magic App on Salesforce, TPI Integration helps.

We use the below API –

The following sections talk about how SMS-Magic TPI integration works with Aerialink:


Before you start TPI integration of Aerialink with SMS-Magic, answer the following questions:

  1. Is MMS enabled on the incoming numbers that you are going to use for different countries?
  2. Are you going to send messages only in the USA or any other countries as well?

To send a message via TPI integration with Aerialink, we need the following:

API key:Your Aerialink API key
API secret:Your Aerialink API secret. You can get this via Keybase or send an email to
Incoming number:This number belongs to Aerialink which the customer is going to use

Aerialink portal setup

As a customer, you need to make sure that the following IPs are whitelisted on the Aerialink portal:

 For incoming trafficFor outgoing traffic

Make sure that the Incoming URL is set up correctly at your Aerialink so that you can receive incoming responses and delivery reports of outgoing SMS sent.

Customers need to set default Webhook URLs to the below URLs so that we receive DLR and incoming SMS at the SMS-Magic side.

SMS-Magic US Server

Incoming Messages
Delivery Receipts

SMS-Magic EU Server

Incoming Messages
Delivery Receipts

SMS-Magic AUS Server

Incoming Messages
Delivery Receipts

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URGENT! Please register the 10-digit business phone number (e.g. 555-555-5555) that your organization uses to send texts to consumers in the U.S. Failure to register may cause heavy penalties and disruption to all your text messaging communications.