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What type of groups would you use when configuring distribution groups in a multiple domain forest?

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What type of groups would you use when configuring distribution groups in a multiple domain forest?
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Use Universal distribution groups in a multiple-domain environment. The membership of universal distribution groups is replicated to each global catalog server in each domain
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996167.aspx
 
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