Cakemail Next-gen

Cakemail Next-gen for Developers

Welcome to Cakemail Next-gen for Developers. You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with Cakemail as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

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Classic API compatibility

If you are currently using the Classic API and wish to migrate to Next-gen, please first consult the following table in order to properly assess the impact of your migration.

Next-gen v1.0

Classic

Compatibility

Campaigns

Mailing

Compatible

  • n/a -

Mailing with type 'recurring'

Only available in Classic

  • n/a -

Mailing with type 'absplit'

Only available in Classic

List

List

Compatible

Contact

List / Record

Compatible

Custom Attribute

List / Fields

Compatible

Segment

List / Sublist

Compatible

Suppressed Email

SuppressionList

Compatible

Transactional Email

Relay

Compatible

Transactional Email through SMTP

  • n/a -

Only available in Next-Gen

Log

Mailing / Log
List / Log
Relay / Log

Compatible

Report

Mailing / Log
List / Log
Relay / Log

Compatible

Account

Client

Compatible

Sub-Account

Client

Compatible

User

User

Compatible

Form

  • n/a -

Only available in Next-Gen

Domain

Client

Compatible

Logo

  • n/a -

Only available in Next-Gen

Sender

  • n/a -

Only available in Next-Gen

  • n/a -

TemplateV2

Only available in Classic

  • n/a -

Trigger

Only available in Classic

  • n/a -

Permission

Only available in Classic

  • n/a -

Campaign

Only available in Classic

Updated 8 months ago


Classic API compatibility


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