Exchange 2003 Distribution list message restrictions

I have a distribution list (DL) called: "Sales: all" and have 2 othere DLs. One is "Sales: internes" and the second one is "Sales: externes".  "Sales: internes" and "Sales: externes" are both memberes of "sales: all". I have set up a message restrictions on the 3 DLs:
 - "sales: all"               to recive only from user Id "comm1".
 - "Sales: externes"    To recive only from user ID "legal1"
 - "SAles: internes"     to recive only from user id "legal2"
If user "comm1" sends an e-mail to "sales: all" does the e-mail will be dilivered to the memberes of "Sales: internes" and "Sales: externes" or it will not since I didn't give rights to both lists to recive from user "comm1"? does DLs message restrictions setup are  inherited between DLs?

Thanks in advance
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Glen KnightCommented:
Each DL is seperate.

If you have added the users to the DL's then only the restrictions in place on that DL will be effected.  It will not effect users that are members of other DL's
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MegaNuk3Commented:
As demazter says... Each DL is treated as if it is separate.

If you have rights to send to the parent, it doesn't mean you have rights to send to the child DLs(by default you will have though unless DL restrictions are in place on them). If you are blocked on the parent it doesn't mean you are blocked on the child DLs. You can still send to the child DLs.

Restrictions are NOT inherited between DLs...
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MegaNuk3Commented:
So from your question. If comm1 sends to "Sales: All" it will not go to the child DLs because Comm1 does not have rights to send to them.
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EUC_SolutionsAuthor Commented:
Well done
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MegaNuk3Commented:
Thanks for the points.

sorry demazter...
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Glen KnightCommented:
You mind telling me what was wrong with my first post?
Even MegaNuk3 said that it was correct?
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