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Exchange 2003. hi. I have a distribution group with many members listed in it. I wish to create a copy of this group and rename the new group. Is there a way of doing this without having to manually add all members to a new group?
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i had found a script online about this same thing. i am not able to recall the link.
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thanks!
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