SDK to allow you to use the legacy Litmus Reseller SOAP API

3.0.0 2022-11-21 12:27 UTC

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SDK to allow you to use the legacy Litmus Reseller SOAP API. You can retrieve all available clients, create a test and get the results.

April 2021: Phlib have taken over the maintenance of this package from blaugueux. Huge thanks for trusting us to continue his work! We've been using this package for years in our commercial projects, so we're looking forward to keeping it going!

Thankfully, Litmus have archived the documentation for this legacy API.

Litmus deprecated this API in 2015. New implementations should use their current APIs, listed at


Via Composer

$ composer require phlib/litmus-reseller-sdk


See the Legacy litmus SOAP API docs for an example workflow.

  • Call Litmus::createEmailTest().
  • This will return a new EmailTest object containing the unique ID.
  • The ID can be used when calling Litmus::getEmailTest() to view the state.
  • The EmailTest::getResults() method can be used to get details on the state for each individual client in the test, the ID of which can be used with Litmus::getResult() to get the full result details.


If you have a callback URL configured with your Litmus reseller account, it will be called with an XML string when results are available, rather than needing to poll Litmus::getEmailTest(). Callback\Factory can be used to create the appropriate result object.


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