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Exchange question

I have a contact that I created in Exchange and I set it to only allow certain people to be able to email them. I was now asked to give an entire group access to the 30 or so I have. Can I just use the group or do I need to sepcific each user?

I can see the distribution group that I have but not the security group...

I have exchange 2003 sp2 running on server 2003 sp2.
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I'm assuming you mean you have 30 or so contacts that you need to allow only a certain group to email to?

You can use groups versus defining specific users - but the groups have to be mail-enabled. Which is why you're only seeing the distribution group and not the security....but you can mail enable the security group if you so choose - and then only allow that group to mail the contact(s).
the security group must be mail enabled.....have an  email address....before you can add it...

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