A Message Source defines how ThinkAutomation will receive messages to process. You can create multiple Message Sources to read messages from various sources. Each Message Source is connected to an Automation. When a message is received the message content is passed to the assigned Automation for processing.
Messages can be received via: Email, Database Pulls, File Pickup, Web Forms, Twitter, Microsoft Teams, Twilio SMS and Azure.
ThinkAutomation also includes an API - allowing you to send messages for instant processing via webhooks, SMTP or the command-line.
You can also manually execute any Automation by sending it a message or file via the Studio or Client.
Read and parse email from any Office 365 folder or shared mailbox. Optionally delete processed messages, move or set message flags.
Read and parse email from any Exchange folder or shared mailbox. Optionally delete processed messages, move or set message flags.
Read and parse email from any Gmail folder. Optionally delete or move processed messages.
Read and parse email from any IMAP folder. Optionally delete or move processed messages.
Read and parse email from any POP3 mailbox. Optionally delete processed messages.
Automatically receive and parse new emails as they arrive from SendGrid.
Setup ThinkAutomation as a mail server and receive email to process directly.
Create Public Web Forms
Create a publicly accessible web forms with multiple input fields. Web form submissions are sent to your ThinkAutomation server immediate for processing.
Post Your Own Web Forms
Post any of your existing web forms to ThinkAutomation for processing.
Local Web Forms
Create local web forms with multiple input fields. Web form submissions are sent to your ThinkAutomation server for processing.
Execute Automations when new or updated records are returned from a database query.
Execute Automations when new or updated documents are found in a local or remote MongoDB database.
Microsoft Excel & CSV Files
Execute Automations for each row when new data is added to Excel or CSV files.
Monitor Local Folders
Execute Automations when new or updated files are found in any folder.
Receive and reply to messages from Microsoft Teams channels.
Execute Automations when an incoming SMS is received by Twilio. Optionally reply to incoming SMS messages.
Monitor Twitter Feeds
Execute Automations when new Tweets are found for any feed, @mention or search term.
Monitor Azure Queues
Execute Automations when a new item is added to an Azure Queue.
Monitor Web Pages
Execute Automations when content from any web resource changes.
ThinkAutomation Desktop Connector
Install the ThinkAutomation Desktop Connector on network computers. Users can send messages, files and Outlook messages for processing.
Execute Automations automatically at preset schedules.
Use the ThinkAutomation command-line tool to send messages and files for processing from any network PC, Powershell or script.
Publicly accessible HTTP GET and POST endpoints. Hook up external API webhooks.
Local HTTP GET and POST endpoints to simple local integrations.