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Microsoft Exchange 2007

How can I send an email to al the users in the exchange server. Using a distribution list, etc..? and how to accomplish this. I want to be able to send an email to one master email which will send the same email to all users as an individual email. I want to eliminate having to foward the email to everyone as they can see who I'm sending it to. So, a master email for all users will be great.
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leegclystvaleCommented:
I would create a group (distribution group in AD) called "allstaff" or "allusers" and mail-enable the group. Next add all users to that group. You can do a query to pull all users and then select all> add to a group> choose allstaff or whatever you'ver named it.
I would only allow certain people to be able to send to this allstaff account as it could get abused, or at least increase mailflow dramatically if everyone can send to it. Hide it from the address book too.
When you compose an email, you will addrewss it to allstaff and everyone in the group will rceive the email. Very simple to do.
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leegclystvaleCommented:
There is a good article here covering a number of scenarios which will help you with this and other things making your group membership dynamic etc
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/User-Groups-Distribution-List-Contact-Management.html
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supportrpAuthor Commented:
I've created the universal group in the domain controller. I'm not able to find add to exchange option for the group. In order to add the group to the exchange server, do I create a new group or user inside the exchange box and add the group to it?
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supportrpAuthor Commented:
I got it working. Thank You for the help.
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