@Karishmasingh are you referring to the URL of the API package?

If they built the API package with the permission you need to send the email, yes.

You can use that URL. If doesn't have the right permission you can add to it (but depends who is using this package - e.g. if a 3rd party is you might not want to give permission to send emails) or create a new one.

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