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How to copy email campaign between two MM accounts
It is easy to copy email campaign between two accounts. To copy the existing campaign, Go to campaign page and click edit option as shown below
In the wysiwyg editor, click the "HTML" button and then press Ctrl + A to select all html source code as shown below
To paste the campaign in the second Mail Marketer account.
First create a new campaign with no template option. In the campaign editor click the "HTML" button and paste (Ctrl + V) text copied from the first account as shown below
Click "Update" to save the campaign