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Is it possible to retrieve security group emails if there were no members?

Posted on 2007-11-27
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This is a no brainer. But basically, someone deleted a member (the only member) from a security group with no other members for a 2 week period. Is there a way to retrieve these emails? or are they gone since there is no information store within the security group? I can view the emails using Exchange System Manager......
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A group with no members is a black hole.
Back before recipient filtering it was a good way of dropping email for email addresses that received nothing but spam.

Simon.
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