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Sent Emails Using Dynamic Distribution Group Doesn't Show Who I Sent It To

Posted on 2009-07-15
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I used a Dynamic Distribution Group to email a group of people. The problem I have is that later when and if I need to audit who received my email down the road, the sent email only shows the title of the DDG and when expanded it doesn't bring up any user account that I sent it to.

Is there a way to show this? Or is this the limitation of DDGs?
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Dynamic groups are a point in time membership. It could be different each time you send it. The email is sent and the query run.
If you need to audit who received the message, then you will have to stop using groups completely. A static group will allow you to make the selection of multiple users easy, then the sender will need to be told to expand the group.

Simon.
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