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Importing/copying HTML in to Adobe Campaign Classic

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10-04-2019

I'm new to Adobe Campaign and AEM. I currently use another system that allows me to import or copy HTML that was created in Dreamweaver into a blank template. Then preview how it looks, add dynamic content if needed, etc. Then test the email to whomever I need to. I would imagine that there is similar way to do this in Adobe Campaign Classic? A place where there are directions on how to do this or even a link to a video would be great. Maybe this topic has already been answered?

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Any info would be great.

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10-04-2019

Hello genkins​,

Yes, you can preview the html content in a template and send the proofs as well for testing. Check the below links:

Transactional message preview

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Yes, you can do that !

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11-04-2019

Venu! Thanks. I really appreciate you helping me out. I was hoping you could answer another question? Once we create an email this way, it looks like in the directions you sent, that we would be able to go back to the file at a later date, change content, move the file to another folder/area, copy, etc?

Thanks again!