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Re: Extracting the Subject Line of an Email Delivery in ACS
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It can be found under:targeting dimension->email header parameters->subject.It unfortunately, can't be selected in the query itself (nor an enrichment activity), but can be referenced in data extraction activity or similar.It can also probably be pulled from a javascript queryDef, but I haven't tried it.

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You can get the subject line from:delivery.mailParameters.subject

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The code above is not a full solution and was only provided to illustrate HOW to do it. The final solution will be entirely dependent on your data and how your schemas are set up. That being said, recipient.country is a link to an already linked table out of the box and may or may not have data in it. You can access the fields in that table by calling them after (ie recipient.country.label, etc.).

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This can be done multiple ways, depending on how your data and links are set up. Three ways off the top of my head are:1. The easiest way is to just use personalization within the link:...2. You can also use if/else or switch statements in the HTML template if the links are drastically different.<% if (recipient.country=='XX') { %> Some Link<% } else if (recipient.country=='YY') { %>Some other link<% } else { %> Default<% } %>3. You can create and populate a lookup table that you can join to the...

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Access Message Center data in Campaign
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Is is possible to access the rtEvent.ctx data within a standard email campaign, provided we can match to a recipient? For example, a customer registers a product, triggering the message center with the product name. A month later, we want to send a rate/review email using the data that was referenced in the message center activity.Thanks

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