Alternate solutions:


Create an Individual Relationships export instead and select the appropriate fields from the Constituent Address node.

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Copy the address from the relationship's constituent address to the relationship record's address section, either manually or through Address Linking.

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If the relationship has been reciprocated on the relationships' constituent records:

  1. Create a Constituent query of the relationships' constituent records. For instance, if you need to export the addresses for constituents who have a relationship with Company A, within a constituent query, filter on Relationships, Organizations, Specific Organization Record equals Company A.
     
  2. Use the constituent query in a constituent export to export the addresses from the relationships' constituent records.

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If the relationship is a Contact with a specific Contact Type:

  1. Create a Constituent query of the records that have the contact relationships. For example, if querying on records with contact relationships that have a specific contact type, we can add the following Criteria:
    Relationships, Contacts, Contact Type equals [type]
     
  2. In Quick Letters in Mail, convert this Constituent query to a Relationship query.
    NOTE: This groups together all relationships, including the specific contacts as well as any other contacts and relationships, into a Relationship query.
     
  3. Then, using Quick Letters again, convert the Relationship query created in step #2 back to a Constituent query.
    NOTE: This gives us a Constituent query of all the relationships of the constituents grouped in step #1.
     
  4. Open the Constituent query created in step #3. On the Criteria tab, add the following:
    Relationships,  Organizations, Contact Type equals [type].
    NOTE: This gives a final list of only those records who are the specific Contact Type and is pulling their constituent records.
     
  5. Create a Constituent export and export the desired constituent address.