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Techincally, the contacts do not need to be in 1 local asset folder.
If I am understanding you correctly, you have a Smart List for customers that you would like to send this email to. If so, then the best way to accomplish this would be to "call" the Smart List as a filter in your Send Campaign.
Filter is "Member of Smart List" is "Customer" (or whatever the list is named).
You could then add a second filter to the send campaign for your "local" prospect list.
Filter would be "Member of List" is "Prospect" (or whatever you called it)
Be sure to use and "All" for the filter rules, so you include both sets of records.
Let me know if I can help further.
This is very helpful.
Just to note on this...John's correct in the Member of Smart List's filters.
To answer your first question...they don't have to be a local asset...they can stay in the Lead Database section for your core smart lists. You're just filtering them when you are in your smart campaign.
The final thing where it is "All" filters...it would actually be "Any" as you want members from either Customer OR Prospect List. All would assume they are in both.
Or you could just send them in separate smart campaigns ;).
Thanks, Michael .... Appreciate the clarification.
Re: the 'all' and 'any' filters ... I change it to 'all' ...so I have two separate filters ...one for 'member of list' which i imported into the program and the other that's going to grab folks from a core smart list.