Triggers when an event is created, updated, deleted, started or ended in a selected calendar.
Clears a primary calendar. This operation deletes all events associated with the primary calendar of an account.
Creates a new calendar.
Creates a new access control rule.
Creates a new event.
Deletes a calendar.
Deletes an access control rule.
Deletes an event.
Returns metadata for a calendar.
Returns metadata of an access control rule.
Returns metadata for an event in the specific calendar.
Returns free/busy information for a set of calendars.
Performs an arbitrary authorized API call.
Updates an existing calendar.
Updates an existing access control rule.
Updates an existing event.
Performs an arbitrary Authorized API call.
Sends an SMS
Checks if a site is blocked by the Great Firewall of China.
Returns the abuse contact address for a specified domain name.
Returns owner/contact information for a domain name. Can also be used to determine if a domain name is registered or not.
Returns geographic information about a supplied IP address including city, country, latitude, longitude and more.
Returns the name of the company that manufactured a specific network device based on its MAC Address.
Returns the reverse DNS entry (PTR) for a given IP. This is generally the server or host name.
Returns the rules in the access control list for the calendar.
Returns the calendars on the user's calendar list.
Searches for events on the specified calendar.
Checks recent DNS change propagation.
Returns all configured DNS records (A, MX, CNAME etc.) for a specified domain name.
Returns a historical list of IP addresses a given domain name has been hosted on as well as where that IP address is geographically located, and the owner of that IP address.
Returns all other domains hosted from the specified server. Useful for finding phishing sites or identifying other sites on the same shared hosting server.
Tests if common ports are open on a server. Useful in determining if a specific service (e.g. HTTP) is up or down on a specific server.