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Running Windows Servers 2003 and Exchange 2003. And clients running XP and Office 2003.

I have a couple distribution lists that have limited permissions set for email to be sent to them.  I usually have to get our CEO or CIO to give me the ok to add a user to the allowed list.  Is there a way I can have something setup so when someone sends an email to managers@company.com and the CEO or whoever will get an email and have to release that dist. list email to be released?
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There is no moderation functionality in Exchange 2003. That is new to Exchange 2010.
You can sort of achieve it using public folders and hidden groups, but it is a bit clunky.

Simon.
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Thanks.
How would I go about doing  it with Public Folders?
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Its very clunky.
http://www.amset.info/exchange/groups-moderated.asp

Exchange 2010 does this out of the box.

Simon.

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