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Managing Query-Based distro list

Posted on 2007-07-25
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Last Modified: 2010-07-27
In Exchange 2003, is it possible to create a Query-Based Distribution Group and set a user to manage it so they can add users via outlook? This is because of certian people within the company wearing multiple hats. Their titles don't match what we set in the queries.
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amaheshwari earned 1000 total points
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You can not manage Query Based Distribution Group through Outlook.

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And a normal distro list you can?

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Razi_Ahmed earned 1000 total points
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We can manage Normal Distribution List through Outlook from Address book, however we cant manage Query Based Distribution Group from Outlook.
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amaheshwari earned 1000 total points
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Even more than one user can manage Normal Distribution List.

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