You can try using the following site to figure out how many characters and sms are needed for the text you are sending.
And as already mentioned, the encoding used decides the character limitation.
Hi @stefanm38281801 ,
I think it depends on the deployment model of your campaign installation.
If you have your execution instance on-premise and mid-sourcing managed by Adobe (which is mostly the case) you can set the Delivery mode to "Misourcing".
If you have Managed Service installation for al...
It might be the case that you are using an object in transactional delivery that exists in the Marketing instance but not in the execution instance. Also, can you try publishing it from a different Admin account and check if it works?
Hi @Marcel_Szimonisz ,Thanks for your reply. I tried the frontal and application server approach but couldn't make it work by changing the sysconfig file by adding IP masking in web node. Did you make change in sysconfig or in a network level to restrict webapp access from internet? I don't think ex...
Hi Team,We have webapps hosted in an On-premise Adobe Campaign Classic instance that are all currently accessible from internet . There some technical webapps that we want to be accessed by ACC end users from the company VPN and some webapps/surveys used by customer/recipients like opt-in/out from i...
Hi @CedricRey ,Have you tried adding OOO emoticons from the delivery tool bar? If it works, may be you can try to add your emoji to the list as per the documentation and check if it works. https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/campaign-classic/using/sending-messages/personalizing-deliveries/custom...