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Hide Custom Fields from Your Preference Centers

Today we made your preference centers much more flexible by giving you the ability to…

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New Report: See Which Email Clients Your Subscribers Are Using

Six months in development. 200 million subscribers analyzed. One awesome new report. You guys are…

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New Zealand Dollars Now Available for Client Payments

From today you can choose to have your clients pay in New Zealand dollars for…

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Forward to a Friend & Preference Center Pages in Multiple Languages

You can now have your forward to a friend and preference center pages displayed in…

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API Update: Loads of New Methods

After listening to months of requests, we’ve just released a big API update with new…

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.NET API Wrapper Now Available

We’ve just released a complete wrapper for the API in C# for all you .NET…

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Large Campaigns Now Delivered up to 800% Faster

Big senders rejoice, larger campaigns are now being delivered to your subscribers up to 8…

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Improved Authentication and Yahoo! Integration

As part of our continued effort to offer great deliverability, we now support DKIM email…

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More Flexible Client Permissions

We’ve just overhauled our client permissions system giving you much more flexibility over what features…

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Google Analytics Update: Set the Source on a Per-Client Basis

Back by popular demand, you can now set the source of all Google Analytics links…

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New Feature: Send Campaigns via the API

This is an update that has been requested quite a lot since we first introduced the Campaign Monitor API, and it is finally here: The ability to both create and send campaigns completely through the API. That means that if you have the development skills available, you can completely integrate Campaign Monitor into your existing applications, and have no need to login to the Campaign Monitor website to send emails. We’ve added two new methods: Campaign.Create and Campaign.Send, which are both now included in the API documentation. All you need to do is make sure that your account has a payment card setup, or sufficient credits, and the campaign will be sent. After that, it will appear in your reports just like your other campaigns. We’re also working with some Campaign Monitor customers on creating an all new PHP wrapper for the API, to make it even easier to get started. Watch out for some news on this over the next few weeks. Check out the existing API samples in the mean time. Again, thanks to everybody who has variously suggested, requested, demanded and pleaded for this feature!

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