Webhooks provides another way to communicate with Mews. A Webhook is a web address that your application registers with the Mews API to receive event-based messages. It is also known as a web callback, because Mews 'calls back' the client application when an event occurs. For a fuller explanation of Webhooks and how they differ from WebSockets and normal API Operations, see Ways to communicate.

Like normal requests to API endpoints in the Mews Connector API, the Webhook message will be made as a request using HTTP POST and with the details of the message in the JSON body.

Mews currently supports two types of Webhook:

Frequently Asked Questions

For all your questions about webhooks, including setting up a webhooks server, registering the URL, and how to respond to webhook messages, see our Webhooks FAQ.

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