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SMS

The SMS logs page shows all logs of your SMS usage. The following table shows the information about log entries.

Parameter Description
Timestamp

The date and time the log entry was generated.

Note: This is the timestamp of the web browser in which FTC is operated.

Auth Client The auth client that sent SMS message.
Realm The realm to which the auth client is assigned.
Action The action that FTC took.
User The end-user upon whom the action was performed.
Country The country or region where the end-user's phone number is registered.

Filter SMS logs

  1. In the upper-left corner of the SMS page, click the Filters icon.

  2. Make the desired selections.

  3. Click ok.

Filter logs by date

  1. Click the From field and select a start date.

  2. Click the To field and select an end date.

  3. Click Filter.

Export SMS logs

  1. In the upper-right corner of the SMS page, click the Export CSV button.

  2. In the Download pop-up, click Open file.

  3. Save the file on your computer or a location on your network.

SMS

The SMS logs page shows all logs of your SMS usage. The following table shows the information about log entries.

Parameter Description
Timestamp

The date and time the log entry was generated.

Note: This is the timestamp of the web browser in which FTC is operated.

Auth Client The auth client that sent SMS message.
Realm The realm to which the auth client is assigned.
Action The action that FTC took.
User The end-user upon whom the action was performed.
Country The country or region where the end-user's phone number is registered.

Filter SMS logs

  1. In the upper-left corner of the SMS page, click the Filters icon.

  2. Make the desired selections.

  3. Click ok.

Filter logs by date

  1. Click the From field and select a start date.

  2. Click the To field and select an end date.

  3. Click Filter.

Export SMS logs

  1. In the upper-right corner of the SMS page, click the Export CSV button.

  2. In the Download pop-up, click Open file.

  3. Save the file on your computer or a location on your network.