<normal> element is where you enter the user database filter identifier for the delivery, if you have decided to use this option.
<normal> element is:
A child of the Filter section and you can use Use
Positioned within the
<filter>section of the XML instructions file, after the
<test>filter element, if used
<test>element is used, the
<normal>element is the first entry within the
If you use the New_recipients section, any
<normal> filter element is ignored. The delivery is sent to the recipients listed in the Recipient element, or the appropriate CSV file. See Filtering and added recipients for more details.
0 special value
If you set the the
<normal> element to the special value of zero (0), the delivery is sent to all recipients in your user database, with only the base filter applied.
We recommend that you never to use
<0>, because it is potentially dangerous. If you want to send a delivery to the whole database, you should create a filter that selects all recipients. This prevents changes to the base filter affecting your deliveries. We may remove support for the
<0> value in the future.
<filter> <normal>1</normal> </filter>
- Common sections and elements
- Recipients section
- Delivery section
- Notes section
- Message section
- Building a campaign with XMLDelivery
- Filtering and added recipients
- Contactlab section
- Using XMLDelivery
- Does XMLDelivery match your needs?
- Setting up XMLDelivery
- Working examples