Answers to frequently asked questions about mbox.js.
mbox.js end-of-life: As of March 31, 2021, Adobe Target no longer supports the mbox.js library. Post March 31, 2021, all calls made from mbox.js will gracefully fail and impact your pages that have Target activities running by serving default content.
For more information, see Benefits of at.js.
This console message displays when using Chrome in many scenarios in which the
document.write function is used within the mbox.js file. This is a warning message and should not affect your activity setup process.
document.write function. Using at.js provides many advantages versus using mbox.js. For more information, see at.js Frequently Asked Questions.
Target customers sometimes use cloud-based instances with Target for testing or simple proof-of-concept purposes. These domains, and many others, are part of the Public Suffix List.
Modern browsers won’t save cookies if you are using these domains unless you customize the
cookieDomain setting using targetGlobalSettings(). For more information, see Using Cloud-Based Instances with Target.
tt.omtrdc.net is the domain name for Adobe’s EDGE network, used to receive all server calls for Target.
To ensure that Target can properly track users, and because the cookies are generated client-side, Target doesn’t use either of these flags.