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Setting up Smart List filters correctly

Question asked by c3f40f953d9e0ddda63dd012974c9d85f3fc14c8 on May 5, 2015
Latest reply on May 6, 2015 by Bruce Jeffers

I have a question regarding Smart List set up. We are currently using a Smart List to ensure that a certain group of people will not receive our emails. This Smart List is set up as follows:

Use ALL Filters:

Filter 1: Last Activity Date in past 360 days
Filter 2: Name Source Segment is Group 1, Group 2, Group 3
Filter 3: Unsubscribed: False
Filter 4: Marketing Suspended: False

We noticed, however, that we are unintentionally leaving out people who have been receiving our emails for a long time. I noticed that these people all have one thing in common, their Original Source Info and Source Type is labeled as List Import or List: Initial Import. 

Based on this, I cloned the above Smart List and would like to add two additional filters, Original Source Type is List Import and Original Source Info is List: Initial Import.

What would be the best way to set up this new Smart List so that all of the first 4 filters are applied together and then the remaining two filters are applied separately--as standalone filters?