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Have a user who wants to be able to modify emails and distribution lists.  Is there a way I can do this without giving them full control of the server?

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We are constantly turning over new employees and changing distribution lists.  I would like to be able to give this job to another co-worker who does not have experience in IT.  Is there a way to do this where I do not have to give him admin access?  Like a third party app or something?
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Hi,
It is pretty simple infact
Goto DSA.MSC --> Select Group --> Properties --> Goto tab is "Managed by" --> Assign the user whom you want to give permissions to manage the Group.
Once it is done he/she should be able to modify the group membership using Outlook.
Hope this helps
Thanks
Nitin
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