Constant Contact: Multiple list integration

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    Asked on October 18, 2013 at 10:44 AM

    Hi everyone. Here is my "situation". I have a referral form (3 seperate email addresses) that a current customer can "refer" to us. I would like to have each of the 3 emails go into my list for a auto responder to welcome and alert potential new customer that their friend referred them. 

    It looks like you can only integrate one list for each form for a sinlge email address. 

    Any tips or tricks anyone has to offer on how I can get 3 seperate fields (all email) to pull into a CC list on one integration?

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    Answered on October 18, 2013 at 12:21 PM

    Hello, I think I might be understanding your question about integrating this though I'm not completely certain about it. It sounds like you are basically wanting to grab 3 Email Inputs from your Form to be conjoined via One in Constant Contact but please correct me if I've misunderstood you. To my knowlege however, I don't know of this being possible since at the moment I only know of Constant Contact working with One Field to be mapped to each to match. I will have to look into it more and see if I can signup for another Test Account of some sort since my Original Trial to their Services has since expired. My colleagues may possibly even have further information to provide you with. However, if I am able to find anything further though to help you with this then I will certainly let you know as soon as I can.

    Additionally, Is this the Form that you are trying to Implement this with? Or which one(s)? 

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    Answered on October 18, 2013 at 12:38 PM

    Exactly. Have each of the 3 email addresses pop into CC to get them into a list for an autoresponder.

    CC will only allow one email address per integrated form to go into a CC list it appears. 

    So what i did in the mean time was just set up 3 autoresponder notifications on the tab and sent them each a customized email that way telling them that their friend referred them / etc. That probably will suffice for now. 

    Thanks sir!