Hi,unfortunately Campaign Standard won't allow you to do so.Also there
is no standard Aobe product to handle this case. You may do some
customizations in Campaign Classic or AEM potentially to achieve what
you are looking for.
Unfortunately the Control Panel only supports the UI usage or
notifications.There is no API you could use and you can't access the
info via the workflow. Though as it's a certificate deployed to the URL,
you could just do a call to the URL and check the expiry date.e.g.
something like what
offers.If you build / find a service returning JSON, you could integrate
that into a workflow using External API activity
Unfortunately today there is no real-time way to answer incoming SMS
messages.It can be done via workflows though only with a scheduler in
fixed intervals. So far I am not aware that any change in this area is
on the near future roadmap
Unfortunately as of today, there is no notification etc. on key
expiry.The key may just vanish in the UI, so you need to handle expiry
yourself (e.g. via Outlook reminders) Other option may be to issue keys
with longer validity, e.g. via command line you could issue a key valid
for 10 years.Though for security reasons, you should not use keys on
PROD systems with very long validity
This is not related to the cookies but rather some issue since the last
version.If you access the direct instance name e.g.
https://test.campaign.com it would redirect you to the login pageWhen
trying any sub-path, e.g. https://test.campaign.com/view/home, the page
would only shown if you logged in before. Else the error is shown Some
tickets are already logged with support.If it affects your instance, you
may raise a ticket or else wait for a global fix to be deployed.