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Email Experience Manager

EXM Developer Guide

Email Experience Manager Development Guide

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Introduction to Email Experience Manager
The Email Manager Root In Detail
Configuring CustomSMTP Settings in EXM
Sending Your First Email – Part 1
Choosing a Template (Regular Message)
Sending Your First Email – Part 2
Creating a List
Sending Your First Email – Part 3
Editing The Message
Sending Your First Email – Part 4
Delivery Options and Dispatch
Creating A Custom Email Template – Part 1
The Branch Template and Message Root
Creating A Custom Email Template – Part 2
Layouts, Components, and Data Sources
Creating A Custom Email Template – Part 3
Adding the Email Template to Message Types
Regular Message vs. Automated Message
The Difference is in the Delivery
Email Variants: Content Testing Emails in EXM
Doing A/B Testing with Regular Messages
EXM Live! An Email Automation Experience
BONUS Live Webinar (See Below)
Personalizing EXM Campaign Emails
Token Replacement and Component Personalization
List Manager – Contact Lists vs. Segment Lists
Hostname Mapper – Making URL’s Properly
Managing the Unsubscribe – Part 1
List Exclusions
Managing the Unsubscribe – Part 2
Global Opt-Out
Managing the Unsubscribe – Part 3
Marketing Preferences (9.1)
Managing the Unsubscribe – Part 4
Sending Limits (9.1)
Managing the Unsubscribe – Part 5
EXM Client API
Marketing Automation with EXM
Enrolling, List Management, & Automated Messages
Connecting Sitecore Experiences and EXM
Personalizing your website based on EXM Activity
Scaling EXM
Configuration Settings & Dedicated Dispatch Server

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