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You can raise a request with SF team asking them to disable CAN-SPAM validation - this will allow you to leave this content out entirely in the future.


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To avoid it completly use AMPScript Coding: %%[ if 0 == 1 then ]%% %%Member_Busname%% %%Member_Addr%% %%Member_City%% %%Member_State%% %%Member_PostalCode%% %%Member_Country%% %%profile_center_url%% %%[ endif ]%% This condition (0 = 1) will never be true, therefore the ampscript will never output the values inside of the code. That is one possible way to ...


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Normally the email clients show all "text" that they find in the emails up to N# number of characters as an abstract of the email content. A possible workaround is to add HTML whitespaces (&nbsp;&zwnj;= " ‌") after the preheader: <div style="display:none; white-space:nowrap; font:15px courier; color:#ffffff;"> &nbsp;&zwnj;&...


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This has been a Known Issue on Salesforce side for quite a while, more than half a year. It affects exclusively Outlook App on the iOS and is related to the stacked columns. The only workaround as of moment is custom HTML / CSS, so you should be aware that using pre-built templates or layouts in Content Builder they will not be looking good on the Outlook ...


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At Derek's suggestion I'll turn my comment into an answer: The problem sound like the known issue Send Notification Email to Contact on Cases does not send email. If I remember correctly this issue had been in review for quite some time, so requesting an update from support may unfortunately be in order. There's also this known issue, which sounds similar,...


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This isn't directly possible in a single journey. You select the email address to use for the interaction in the Journey Settings and all emails are sent to the same address for the contact, whether it's the default email address from Contacts (All Subscribers effectively) or the email address in your entry data. You can't send to different addresses for the ...


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123@domain.com and abc$my@domain.com are generally valid. Read this wikipedia article and this SO post about the structure of email adresses for reference.


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That's right, you can use the FormatDate function to truncate the time part from your datetime. In your case, it would be something like: Set @DATE_EFFET_CONTRAT_TRUNC = FormatDate(DATE_EFFET_CONTRAT, "MMM dd, yyyy") The output would be: Mar 01, 2020 In this case, I assume your personalization string is DATE_EFFET_CONTRAT Also, I see that you are ...


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As a workaround, if you can put the record update into a scheduled action rather than an immediate action, then the email notification will be sent. The minimum time delay for a scheduled action appears to be 1 hour. Being able to create a scheduled action in Process Builder means that you need to: Have your process set to execute only on record creation, ...


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We had a similar issue. Certain test emails failed without a clear explanation in the error. In our case it was for an internal test email address with 'webmaster@...' prefix. Those are automatically blocked by the default spam filter in marketing cloud. A complete list can you find here: https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=...


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