The Amazon SNS platform (SNS) is a web service that enables you to send an SMS or a text-enabled mobile push notification to targeted subscribers.
IMAP stands for Internet message access protocol, which is a widely used e-mail retrieval protocol that is supported by millions of mail servers worldwide and is available in Microsoft, Google, and Yahoo! products. Also, take a look at our SMTP service.IMAP by Connect Integrations
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Amazon SNS is the highly managed messaging service used for sending basic notifications that can take the form of mobile push notifications, SMS’s, and even emails. With this service, you can also send alerts to various distributed services around the web. Now you can add more value to your Amazon SNS service by connecting it to Gmail. Once active, whenever a new email (matching a specific search term) is received on Gmail, Appy Pie Connect will automatically push out a new Amazon SNS message with all the details of the email.
Note: To use this integration you must have a Business Gmail account.
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Triggers when you add a new subscription.
Triggers when you add a new topic.
Triggers when you receive a new email.
Triggers when you add a new mailbox to your account.
Create a new message.
Create a new topic.
Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS. helps you send and receive notifications from applications and other services. It provides a common infrastructure to send and receive notifications from connected devices and applications. It also allows developers to focus on their applications and services while the service takes care of the details of delivery to the recipients.
IMAP by Connect is a top that exposes the email account information to applications. It makes it easy to add email accounts to applications, and allows applications to read emails for users. This top helps developers by using a cloud-based server to manage access to email accounts, and gives users contrp over what apps can do with their email accounts.
Let’s assume that we have an application that notifies us when we get an email from our friends. We need to connect the application to the email service provider in order to get emails sent to our inbox. So, we can use Amazon SNS to get notified when we get an email from our friends.
Figure 1 shows the flow of getting notified by using Amazon SNS.
Figure 1. Process of getting notified by using Amazon SNS
When we receive a new email from our friend, IFTTT will send a notification about the new email to SNS. SNS will then send a message in a HTTP request to a specific endpoint in IFTTT. The IFTTT webhook uses the message to trigger an event in S3. When we have an application subscribed to this event, IFTTT will add an entry about this event in the Log group in the topic under which this event was triggered, so that the application can see it when it subscribes to the topic. When the application gets this event, it can process it further and take some action based on the content of the message. In this example, we can send a message or a notification about this event to a user who has subscribed to the topic.
Figure 2 shows the flow of getting notified by using IMAP by Connect.
Figure 2. Process of getting notified by using IMAP by Connect
In this case, whenever we receive a new email from our friend, our email client will send a message about it to our local machine. Our local machine will use IMAP by Connect to interact with the email service provider, and update its own email client with the new message. When IMAP by Connect gets notified about this update, it forwards it to the IFTTT Webhook. The IFTTT Webhook then updates our end point on S3, which triggers an event on the topic of interest. After that, whenever an application subscribes to this topic, it will get notified about this event. Since the application is running on our local machine, it can display the message directly in front of us or notify us about it through other means.
Figure 3 shows the integration of Amazon SNS and IMAP by Connect at a high level.
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