The id of the version to search for the product key. You can get the version ID by examining the URL in your browser. For instance, from the URL https://wyday.com/limelm/version/100/ you can see the version ID is 100. (Note: The Version ID is not the Version GUID).
If you've passed in a product key for the "email" paramater, then this version_id parameter will be ignored and LimeLM will search your entire account for the product key.
The email associated with the product key or the product key itself.
If the "email" parameter has an "@" character in it then LimeLM will search for product keys matching the email provided. If the "email" parameter does not contain an "@" character then LimeLM will assume it's a product key and return the matching product key details.
The method returns a list of product keys if there's a match with the email.
No product keys found for the email address specified.
100: Invalid API Key
The API key passed was not valid or has expired.
101: Method "xxx" not found
The requested method was not found.
164: An API key must be used by X devices. Configurable in your settings.
You can only use an API key from X devices. You can set the exact number on your settings page. If you need to use the web API from multiple servers then create another user. You can also temporarily reset this message by logging into the account for which the API key is created and resetting the last used IP address on your settings page.