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They seems to me very much different to each other. Publication lists Publication lists help you manage subscribers' unsubscribe or opt-out actions. Having a separate publication list for each communication type (Newsletter, Weather Alerts, Coupons, etc.) enables you to honor an opt-out request from one publication type without unsubscribing that person ...


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The first payload is really close to correct but needs to use Update instead of Delete. <soap:Envelope xmlns:soap="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:wsa="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2004/08/addressing" xmlns:wsse="http://docs.oasis-open....


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The ListID field in the ListSubscribers system data view is an integer. I would recommend changing the syntax in your where clause from '[1111111]' to 1111111. Also, I would recommend not using the wildcard in you select statement, but specifically call out the column you want to select. Example: SELECT AddedBy, AddMethod, CreatedDate, DateUnsubscribed ,...


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An exclusion script is simply simply with certain conditions). Take for example, you want to exclude certain subscribers from a send, you can simply use this: (ROWCOUNT(LOOKUPROWS("ExclusionDE", "EmailAddress", emailaddr)) > 0) This assumes that you are currently compiling the subscribers you want to exlude in the ExclusionDE. The script just check ...


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The suppression lists differ from exclusion lists, although the filtering logic at send time is the same. Exclusion lists are subscribers who have a status (active, bounced, held, unsubscribed) and who may want to continue receiving messages and A suppression list is a list of subscribers that you don't want to receive your communications.


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Get 'Auto Suppression Lists' enabled on your account on the Parent Business Unit. Create an Auto Suppression list from Admin > Auto Suppression Lists. An ASL can be applied to various business units and/or send classifications. Automate a query to get from SF your suppressed account (flag, status etc). Include the required fields needed for the Auto ...


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Building on your first point, exclusion 'lists' can actually be Lists, Groups, Data Extensions, etc. which makes them quite convenient. Suppression Lists are their own beast based on list architecture, and from my experience are quite buggy (in terms of the UI at least). Why use suppression lists then? Because for some things you have to. Triggered emails ...


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Talk to your SFMC rep about Domain Exclusion DEs. From docs: Domain Exclusions - Select a data extension that contains a list of email domains to exclude from the send. By selecting your domain exclusion list, the system excludes any email addresses that use that domain. Also referenced in this article by Guilda: Domain Exclusion: From time to ...


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The subscriber list for sending is built in the beginning of a send, which is outlined on this page: 'What Happens When You Click Send'. So any changes to sending audience during the paused period would not affect the sending audience. Pausing only affects step 5 the build of the email and sending. As referenced here 'Pause and Resume a Send in Tracking' ...


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You could accomplish something like this by joining the _subscribers data view with the domain exclusions table on the users email address domain in order to find matches between the two. To identify a user's domain with SQL, you can use this snippet: RIGHT(EmailAddress, LEN(EmailAddress) - CHARINDEX('@', EmailAddress)) The rest of the query should be as ...


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For each of the different list types, Standard (Lists), Publication Lists, and Suppression Lists, there is an option in Properties labeled Public, which has a checkbox beside it. If the checkbox is enabled, that list will appear on the subscription center for the subscriber to update. Typically this would be a publication list or regular list, so you may ...


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The rows.retrieve function has a limit of 2500 rows per call. I wouldn’t recommend using SSJS to handle such a large volume of data in that way. You may want to try an Import Activity. Salesforce documentation: https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=mc_es_add_subscribers_to_auto_suppression_list.htm&type=5&sfdcIFrameOrigin=null


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I believe 'OptOutList' SendDefinitionListType is for Publication Lists. Try the Type of 'ExclusionList' (src) As for DataSourceTypeID, it would depend on if its a real list or a DE as to what value you put in: (src) Here is a sample of an exclusion list I have successfully used in some of my calls: <SendDefinitionList> <...


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Use an Automation to import them into an Account-wide Auto Suppression list. Make sure to design it in such a way, that the Automation also clears those that are no longer supposed to be in the automation. You could consider the process like so: Step 1: Empty the Auto-Suppression List Step 2: Import Records from the DE


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%%[ SET @rr = CreateObject("RetrieveRequest") SetObjectProperty(@rr, "ObjectType", "ListSubscriber") AddObjectArrayItem(@rr, "Properties", "ListID") AddObjectArrayItem(@rr, "Properties", "SubscriberKey") SET @sfp1 = CreateObject("SimpleFilterPart") SetObjectProperty(@sfp1, "Property", "ListID") SetObjectProperty(@sfp1, "SimpleOperator", "Equals") ...


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Your SOAP request envelope looks OK to me. The only issue that I can think of is that you have multiple business units on your account. If this is the case, then you will need to define the MID of the BU containing the Auto-suppression list as a Client ID. Also, I would recommend you consider replacing the legacy Basic Auth username/password with OAuth (...


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Unfortunately, there is no way to search a normal suppression list or an auto-suppression list. The only way I can see is export to a file and search in csv or excel


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Get 'Auto Suppression Lists' enabled on your account on the Parent Business Unit. Create an Auto Suppression list from Admin > Auto Suppression Lists. An ASL can be applied to various business units and/or send classifications. You can also create multiple ASL's Add the your suppression records a data extension. Include in your automation a file extract ...


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Short Answer: No. The journey builder ad activity does not allow you to use post a suppression list to your ads account. To do this, you would have to download the audience and exclude them directly for the 3rd party provider. This is a example of how this would work with Facebook.


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You can certainly order rows by date and select the oldest using a partition. You could also join the results to another data extension to compare dates. Something like this: select y.emailaddress , y.subscriberkey , y.insertDate from ( select x.emailaddress , x.subscriberkey , x.insertDate from ( select d.emailaddress , d....


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You should review the concept of Auto Suppression Lists. https://help.marketingcloud.com/en/documentation/exacttarget/admin/auto_suppression_lists/ Auto-Suppression Lists can be assigned to specific Send Classifications and therefore give you more flexibility. You can import directly into a Auto-Suppression List via an Import Definition which allows you to ...


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