We appear to not have access to Experience Cloud Asset, as we just use
ACS 'standalone'. Is there a way to manage images and assets used in
campaigns, without having to re-upload the same images over and over?
How is the storage usage and those assets managed?
Hi,I've taken a look at this support document, but it's not well written
and has some wrong information. Transfer File Activity - File(s) present
on the ACS server Now I'm trying to an absolute answer, and I've seen
this asked with not absolute answer.Example. My instance URL is:
sample.campaign.adobe.com.My file is saved in the following folder
hierarchy on the server: /incoming/campaign/filehere.csv
(/sftp/sample)What is the 100% correct path needed to target that file
for the above informatio...
I'm not sure you're understanding the question, or I'm missing
something. Email Rendering is done at the test phase of an email, and
isn't needed for an actual campaign send. So it doesn't know the
recipients. So how does that help in a report to identify actually
received emails to our customers and identifying email client data at
the customers end?
Hi, I'm unable to find a report based on the recipients Mail Client.
With the rendering of, real-world, emails vastly different in Outlook
2013, 2016 & 365. I'm trying to get a breakdown of our customers, so as
to focus on the larger groups when we have rendering issues. I can find,
Platform, Device and Browser. But no client data. Thanks,
We're looking to integrate our existing D365 with ACS. Looking at the
cross-channel communications, will this allow D365 activities to be
passed to ACS for automated campaign/workflow or transactional message
triggers? So key events within D365 used to automate/trigger or allow
for trigger points within ACS programs?