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Sending email to more than one address in a Contact Record.

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Sending email to more than one address in a Contact Record.

I have contacts that have more than one email address. I use Email and Email 2. When I do a campaign I want the email to go to both emails. Is there a simple way to do it? It is an important resource missing that I'm hoping someone can help me with.

 

I'm using ACT! Premium 19.2, Windows 10.

 

 


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Accepted by topic author shi92681
‎01-16-2018 02:22 PM
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Re: Sending email to more than one address in a Contact Record.

I'll pass your feedback on to the development team - however as far as I'm aware there are no current plans for implementing this feature.

It does seem like it would be useful though!

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Administrator
Posts: 1,312
Country: United_Kingdom

Re: Sending email to more than one address in a Contact Record.

Unfortunately not, Act will only ever use the main email address to send emarketing blasts to. If this is really important, you could create duplicate contacts with differing email addresses - this would be the best way to send to multiple addresses for the same contact!
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Country: Australia

Re: Sending email to more than one address in a Contact Record.

Could this be put to ACT! as something they may possibly look to change. I know there are others out there that would like this to be available. Creating a duplicate contact is double entry. Maybe its time to look for something that does offer this option.

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Accepted by topic author shi92681
‎01-16-2018 02:22 PM
Administrator
Posts: 1,312
Country: United_Kingdom

Re: Sending email to more than one address in a Contact Record.

I'll pass your feedback on to the development team - however as far as I'm aware there are no current plans for implementing this feature.

It does seem like it would be useful though!