Add parameters to the content

You can add several parameters to the content of the message template, for example, name of the subscriber and title of the mailing list. 

The following code creates an HTML text as string and makes use of some of the parameters:

Message template parameters

Parameter name  Parameter string 
Subscriber's first name  {|Subscriber.FirstName|} 
Subscriber's last name  {|Subscriber.LastName|} 
Subscriber's email  {|Subscriber.Email|} 
Mailing list's title  {|MailingList.Title|} 
Default from name  {|MailingList.DefaultFromName|} 
Default reply-to email  {|MailingList.DefaultReplyToEmail|} 
Default subject  {|MailingList.DefaultSubject|} 
Subscription reminder  {|MailingList.SubscriptionReminder|} 
Issue subject  {|Campaign.MessageSubject|} 
Issue name  {|Campaign.Name|} 
Issue From name  {|Campaign.FromName|} 
Issue Reply to email  {|Campaign.ReplyToEmail|} 
Unsubscribe link  {|MergeContextItems.UnsubscribeLink|} 


NOTE: By design, UnsubscribeLink is not available in PlainText MessageBody

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