If the list has been set as double opt-in, they will be sent the verification email, otherwise they will be sent the confirmation email you have set up for the list being subscribed to. Please note: If any subscribers are in an inactive state or have previously been unsubscribed or added to the suppression list and you specify the Resubscribe input value as true, they will be re-added to the active list.
Since publications are queued, subscribers must know about foreign key (FK) restrictions in order to prevent users from breaking the rules, thus referential integrity must be replicated to subscribers. If you want to use queued updates, the subscribers must have all foreign constraints applied in order to avoid problems.
Several publications are used to deploy database instead of a single big publication. Besides, if you are using SQL Server 2000, this option is not available at all.
For all custom fields besides Multi-Valued Select Many fields, any missing values will remain unchanged.
When updating Multi-Valued Select Many custom fields, all options that are selected for that customer need to be passed through each time an update is made.
If the subscriber (email address) already exists, their name and any custom field values are updated with whatever is passed in.
The subscriber data is then passed into a processing queue in Campaign Monitor to be added.
If a subscriber (email address) already exists, their name and any custom field values are updated with whatever is passed in. The call will only return back once all subscribers have been added.
Any missing custom field values will remain unchanged.
If you do not pass through all the options that you wish to have selected for that customer, all historically selected options will be replaced with what’s included in your most recent call.
Multi-Valued Select Many custom fields are set by providing multiple custom field array items with the same key.
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