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I am developing a client App using marketingcloudsdk-6.3.4 for implementing Inbox Messages on both iOS and Android. I am facing some issue on switching the account

Steps:

Login as user A

Set unique contact key for A

Send messages to that contact key

Check for Inbox Messages

Logout user A and switch to user B

Set a unique contact key for B

Again Check Inbox Messages

Here for both user getting the same Inbox Messages.

My question is, how should we deal with this situation, to prevent from seeing the previous inbox messages if the contact key has been changed?

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    Thanks for the info @identigral – Hafeel Purakkattu Sep 7 '20 at 18:17
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You need to open a support case through your support representative. You can target inbox messages to a contact, but it must be enabled in your account.

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  • Thanks @Bill..i have a doubt On what basis SDK downloading the inbox messages to a device? – Hafeel Purakkattu Sep 9 '20 at 11:12
  • You need to open a support case through your support representative. You can target inbox messages to a contact, but it must be enabled in your account. – Bill Mote Sep 9 '20 at 17:41

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