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Filter (batch) campaigns are one and done. And will always start with your entire DB - until you include additional filters to further narrow the audience (which is what you're doing). If you change up your filter(s) of the existing smart campaign that has already ran once, it will only affect those 10 leads when ran again against the revised filters (there may be some overlap with those original 200 names). I highly recommend that you instead clone/edit the original smart campaign vs. editing an already executed one. Simply for auditing purposes. Otherwise you may not know why those initial 200 names got the email later down the road.