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Microsoft Exchange Common Email Account Setup

Posted on 2006-11-29
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Hi,

I have a small network here with the dc running sbs 2003.  Exchange is also installed on the dc.  At this point I have it set up so that each user has their personal email associated with them and they all have personal emails (through exchange) going to their inboxes.   I have one common email address and I would like emails sent to this address to go to every user in a particualar group (still through exchange) is there some way i can do this?  I allready have that group created.
Help would be appreciated.  Thanks, Mike
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did you set up a distribution group?this is what you need -than add the members to the group in AD
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In the Active Directory Users and Computers mmc you should make a Distribution Group (not a security group).  Add people to the group and you can just email the distribution group.
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NOTE - this is SBS.
You do not make changes in ADUC on SBS. They must use the wizards in the Server Configuration tool.

Simon.
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