A delivery can be converted to a template for new repeated delivery actions. To convert a delivery to a template, select it from the delivery list, accessible via the Campaign management node of the tree.
Right-click and select Actions > Save as template….
This action creates a delivery template from the selected delivery. You must enter the folder where it is saved (in the Folder field) as well as the folder where the deliveries created based on this template are created (in the Execution folder field).
For more information on the configuration mode, refer to Linking the template to a delivery.
To avoid configuration errors, Adobe recommends that you duplicate a native template and customize its settings rather than create a new template.
To configure a delivery template, carry out the following steps:
Open the Campaign Explorer.
In the Resources folder, select Templates then Delivery templates.
Click New in the toolbar to create a new delivery template, or Duplicate an existing template.
Modify the Label and the Internal name of the folder.
Save your template and reopen it.
Click the Properties button, and then modify the values according to your requirements.
In the General tab, confirm or change the locations selected in the Execution folder, Folder, and Routing drop-down menus.
Complete the Email parameters category with your email subject and targeted population.
Add your HTML content to personalize your template, you can display a mirror page link and an unsubscription link.
Select the Preview tab. In the Test personalization drop-down menu, select Recipient to preview your template as the chosen profile.
Click Save. Your template is now ready to be used in a delivery.
The following video demonstrates how to configure a template for an ad hoc delivery.
The following video shows how to set the delivery template properties and explains each property in detail.
This video explains how to deploy an ad-hoc email delivery template and it explains the difference between an email delivery and a delivery workflow.
Additional Campaign Classic how-to videos are available here.