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Full documentation for the REST API can be found on our website [http://www.dnsmadeeasy.com/pdf/API-Docv2.pdf]. How do I get started with the API? [https://support.dnsmadeeasy.com/index.php?/default_import/Knowledgebase/Article/View/123/0/how-do-i-get-s...
To begin using the REST API, download two files called "dnsmeapi.properties [https://support.dnsmadeeasy.com/index.php?/default_import/Knowledgebase/Article/View/125/14/dnsmeapiproperties]" and "dnsmeapi.pl [https://support.dnsmadeeasy.com/index.php?/defa...
The request limit period is a 5 minute sliding window. There is a rate limit in place on the REST API [http://www.dnsmadeeasy.com/rest-api/] to prevent unwanted flooding of the system. This limit is 150 requests and the request limit period is a 5 minut...
There are multiple ways you can get a backup of the zone files for your domains in the DNS Made Easy system. In fact, we strongly suggest keeping a backup on hand. The simplest way is to request this information through the DNS Made Easy control panel. ...
Requests made with invalid credentials or an invalid x-dnsme-requestDate value will receive an HTTP 403 - Forbidden response. Every request sent using the API includes a request date header (set by your computers current time). An example would be: > ...
Every request that you send us using the API includes a request date header (set by your computers current time): > x-dnsme-requestDate:Tue, 01 Jan 2013 01:10:17 GMT Our responses will include a Date header (set by our globally synchronized clocks): ...
API keys can be located through the "Config - Account Information" section of the control panel. Please note, API access is available with our Business Membership [http://www.dnsmadeeasy.com/pricing/] level of service and higher.