To set up the Adobe Campaign connector, you'll need to be logged into both your Adobe Campaign and Taxi accounts.
In Taxi, head to Integrations
Select the ESP Connectors tab.
Click 'Add New'
Select Adobe Campaign from the dropdown. This will need to be enabled by Taxi. You'll need to name your connector - we recommend 'Adobe Campaign'.
3. Click 'Adobe Campaign' to edit the connector settings
4. Complete the fields
If logging in on a per-user basis, you should leave the user name and password fields blank.
For the host field:
We advise using a domain name
The host should include the protocol and host but not the path
This is valid: https://crm.imsdc.co.uk
This is not valid: https://crm.imsdc.co.uk/some/path
This is not valid: https://126.96.36.199 <- SSL certificates work on host names and this is an IP address.
6. Select if you want to set some restrictions for this connector
You can control who can use the connector and also what type of exports users can export. When these are selected you will see the options to the right of the screen where you can add users and teams and select the export types.
5. Next, you can 'Save Details & Exit' to complete the connector set up or you can set up Segmentation and Personalisation for this connector by clicking 'Save Details & Continue'
If you continue setting up you will be brought to the setup pages for Segments Sets, Single Segments and Personalisation. Once these are added choose to save and continue on each page and then finally save details and exit.
Our IP address needs to be whitelisted in Adobe