By default, unsubscribed recipients are not deleted from the list, but marked as unsubscribed.
This operation is available in the mail and the form services.
|bmRecipientId||yes/no||–||The ID of the recipient (usually the email address).|
If used in the mail service, this parameter is not mandatory (the email address is sent anyway). If used in the form service, the parameter is mandatory.
|bmMailId||no||–||This ID identifies the recipient to be unsubscribed and the received email. If not transmitted in the form service, the unsubscription is valid, but cannot be assigned to a specific mailing.|
|bmRemoveId||no||false||If set to true, the recipient is removed from all recipient lists.|
Note: Recipients contained in test recipient lists and transaction recipient lists cannot be deleted with this parameter.
|ok||Recipient successfully unsubscribed from recipient list|
|ok: not_found||Only with bmVerbose=true and bmRemoveId=true: The recipient to be removed was not found in any recipient list.|
|ok: already_unsubscribed||Only with bmVerbose=true: Recipient is already unsubscribed. In this case, the recipient cannot be removed from the recipient list.|
- 501=wrong authentication tag
- 502=wrong request IP
- 503=wrong request method
- 504=wrong protocol
- 505=wrong recipient list
- 506=wrong action
- 507=action not found
If a verification of the authentication tag does not solve the problem, contact customer support.
|missing_id||No bmRecipientId was set (mandatory) when using the form service.|
|system_error||A general error has occurred|
Unsubscribes the recipient with the ID [email protected]_ using the form service.
Unsubscribes the recipient of the newsletter and removes the recipient from all recipient lists. Then, the recipient is forwarded to www.example.com.
Updated 7 months ago