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how to make a dynamic distrbution group in exchange 2010 by email address only

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our company has two email address groups.

company.com and company-nsn.gov. Is there a way to make a dynamic distribution to have it query only company-nsn.gov. I can't seem to find a way. thanks for anyones help.  
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you need to create a dynamic distribution group with any filter thru the gui
then using adsiedit you can modify the ldap filter to meet your needs (test the filter using the LDP utility to ensure you get the desired results)
(&(objectClass=user)(mailNickname=*)(mail=*@company.com))
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