There is not an external bug tracking system in place; however if you would like I can create a case that we can use to notify you by email once the issue is fixed by our engineers.
Just for future reference as well both David_B and myself are the same folks you would interact with if you emailed the email@example.com. How you contact us is up to you and depends on if there is private information needing to be exchanged.
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To make sure we stay on the same page let me define a few terms and how Constant Contact uses them. When someone unsubscribes that means they ask to be removed from your mailing lists completely and not receive any emails from you regardless of the content or reason. What you are referring to is what we would call list management. The person chooses to no longer receive emails for that "category" of content, but they still want to receive emails for other content. Most of our customers create and use lists to segment their contacts based on subject matter and what type of content a particular contact wishes to receive.
To answer your first question that is something that a contact would normally use the Update Profile link for; which can be found at the bottom of all of your emails that are sent through Constant Contact. Make sure to point this out to your contacts if they wish to remove themselves from specific categories of emails, but wish to continue receiving other categories of emails. However; this means you will want to create lists in your account either through the API or through the website and keep using those same lists. You can add/remove the contacts from those lists as needed.
For your second question the ability to put email campaigns in to a folder is not available through the v2 API as the folder feature was developed after the v2 API was developed. I will make sure to add that as a feature request since we are currently developing our v3 API.
There is one thing you can do to alleviate some of the need to create new emails all of the time. Each email can be resent to the same email list for up to 85 days after the first date it was sent. The limitation is that when resending only contacts added to the list since the last_run_date will receive the email. Due to that limitation the resend option may not be what you need. You can check that documentation here. (https://developer.constantcontact.com/docs/campaign-scheduling/campaign-schedule-collection.html?method=POST)
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I was able to resolve this same issue using the following StackOverflow post: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/28858351/php-ssl-certificate-error-unable-to-get-local-issuer-certificate Speficially, Mladen Janjetovic 's post.
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