The SigParser modules allow you to watch, create, update, list, and/or delete contacts, and parse emails, in your SigParser account.
- A SigParser account
In order to use SigParser with Ibexa Connect, it is necessary to have a SigParser account. If you do not have one, you can create a SigParser account at https://sigparser.com/.
The module dialog fields that are displayed in bold (in the Ibexa Connect scenario, not in this documentation article) are mandatory!
Connecting SigParser to Ibexa Connect¶
You can connect SigParser to Ibexa Connect in two ways:
Connecting SigParser to Ibexa Connect using API Key¶
To connect your SigParser account to Ibexa Connect, you need to obtain your organization ID and region.
Log into your SigParser Account.
Click Settings-->Email Parsing API-->Generate API Key.
Copy the API Key to your clipboard.
Go to Ibexa Connect, open the SigParser module's Create a connection dialog, and select the Connection Type as SigParser Key.
In the Connection name field, enter a name for the connection.
In the API Key field, enter the API Key copied in step 2 and click Continue.
The connection has been established.
Connecting SigParser to Ibexa Connect using OAuth¶
Go to Ibexa Connect, open the SigParser module's Create a connection dialog, and select the Connection Type as SigParser OAuth.
In the Connection name field, enter a connection name and click Continue.
Enter your Sigparser user login credentials and click Login.
Confirm the next dialogue by clicking Yes.
The connection has been established.
Triggers when a contact is created or updated.
|Enter a webhook connection name.
|Has Phone Numbers
|When selected, triggers only the contacts having a phone number.
|Has Outbound Emails
|When selected, triggers only the contacts who have received emails from someone in your organization.
|Has Inbound Emails
|When selected, triggers only the contacts who have sent emails to someone in your organization.
Parses an email with a signature to get contact data like phone numbers, titles, and social media profiles. Uses the stateless API which stores nothing.
Enter the email subject details of the whose email you want to parse.
Sender Email Address
Enter the email address from whom you want to send.
Enter the name with which the email is sent.
Email Body Type
Enter the body message format:
HTML Email Body
Enter the HTML email body text
Plain Text Email Body
Enter the email body message in the plain text format.
Enter the date when the email is sent.
Creates or updates a contact.
|Enter the email address of the contact you want to create.
|Enter a name for the contact.
|Enter the first name of the contact.
|Enter the last name of the contact.
|Enter the position of the contact.
|Enter the work phone number of the contact.
|Enter the mobile number of the contact.
|Enter the phone number of the contact.
|Enter the home phone number of the contact.
|Enter the VOIP phone details of the contact.
|Enter the fax number of the contact.
|Enter the street name where the contact resides.
|Enter the city name where the contact resides.
|Enter the state name where the contact resides.
|Address Postal Code
|Enter the postal code where the contact resides.
|Enter the country name where the contact resides.
|Website URL for Business
|Enter the website URL for the business the contact belongs to.
|Enter the LinkedIn profile URL of the contact.
|Enter the LinkedIn ID of the contact.
|Enter the Twitter URL of the contact.
|Enter the Twitter handle of the contact.
|Email Bounced Date
|Enter the date when the email to the contact has bounced back for the first time.
Update Contact Tags¶
Applies a tag to a contact.
Select the tag you want to apply to the contacts:
Add the email address of the contacts to apply the tag.
Select the action you want to perform:
Make an API Call¶
Performs an arbitrary authorized API call.
Enter a path relative to
For the list of available endpoints, refer to the SigParser API Documentation.
Select the HTTP method you want to use:
to retrieve information for an entry.
to create a new entry.
to update/replace an existing entry.
to make a partial entry update.
to delete an entry.
Enter the desired request headers. You don't have to add authorization headers; we already did that for you.
Enter the request query string.
Enter the body content for your API call.
Example - Get Contacts¶
Refer to the SigParser API documentation for choosing correct API details and HTTP requests.
Following API call returns all contacts:
The result can be found in the module's Output under Bundle > Body > contacts.
In our example, 2 contacts were returned:
Select the option to sort the search results:
Order By Ascending
Select if you want to display the results based on the date in ascending order.
Select the tag of the contacts you want to search:
Enter the email address of the contact you want to search for.
Last Modified After
Enter a date to search the contacts modified on or after the specified date.
Number of contacts to return
The maximum number of contacts Ibexa Connect should return during one scenario execution cycle.