Emailing distribution groups between windows 2003 domains

Posted on 2007-08-09
Last Modified: 2013-11-05
I can not email global distribution groups between windows 2003 domains. I have setup a master child domain. All groups were setup orginally on master domain. I emailed from one of the child domains and it never went through. When I try view members from global address book, its blank. If I'm on a mailbox on master domain, I can see and view. When I try to add from child domain, it says I do not have permission
Question by:phishbone4
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    make the group universal

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