Welcome to the community, @Ellen_Gottschling! :grinning_face_with_big_eyes: What I recommend doing is marking each of those 200-ish records in some way, then use that marking system to create a filter. For example, you could add a checkbox field, check it for those records, then filter only those records where that field is checked. Another option is to use a single-select field, and filter on a specific option from that field.
Will that work for your needs?
But there is a workaround - this is yet another reason the Script Block exists.
Easier said than done, but I’ll bet there are some devs here that would love to tackle this.
Hi @Justin_Barrett- thanks for the reply. What I’m trying to avoid is having to search these e-mails one by one in order to do as you suggested (adding a checkbox field, etc.)
@Bill.French I think this is exactly what I’m looking for. The end result being that my source table has a column that indicates if the record’s email exists in the table of target email addresses.