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Can I have a contact in more than one Smart Group in my Address Book? If so, how do I do it? Thanks in anticipation.
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I wasn't sure about this so I tried it You can have the same contact in more than one Smart Group. All you really have to do is create the Smart Groups and make sure the rules are finding the current people. The same contact appears in any group that is applicable. One of my contacts, for example, appears in one group of "Family" and the other based on "Last Name".

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