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NOD32user Posted - Oct 15 2019 : 18:27:44
Good day,

I have been an admirer and licence holder of your software for something like ten years now but have so far seldom emailed. I have, however, been collecting email addresses for a long time and making a study of the relevant email delivery legislation.

I have a number (okay, a LOT) of email addresses categorised and wonder, am I going to be better off to create separate databases for each parent category and then use groups for sub-categories (I do not believe MLK supports sub-groups?) Or, just have one database and do the best that I am able with groups?

For example, I have Commercial, then sub-groups for different industries, and I have suppliers, then sub-groups for all of the supplier industries. That is how my data is arranged BEFORE importing.

So, I suspect that I should have one database and do the best I am able with groups but not having sub-groups makes the groups a little tedious to keep a track of perhaps? Is there a better idea?

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xequte Posted - Oct 17 2019 : 14:59:00
Nice work :-) Sorry, the option wasn't easier to find.

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NOD32user Posted - Oct 15 2019 : 20:46:03
If you do not mind I will self-answer.

Having chortled through the options, have a look at File, Options, Groups, there is an option there to allow stacking groups by drag and drop Allow sub-grouping.