Lotus Notes 8.5 - using groups in shared mailbox

Posted on 2011-04-29
Last Modified: 2013-12-18
We use a shared mailbox and would like to create groups so that we can easily address groups
of people without having to search for contacts each time. Can we create these so that everyone has
access to the same groups? We don't want to have them created seperately on each user to make
sure we can maintain the details.
Is this even possible and if so, how should we go about?
Thanks for any advise you can give.
Question by:LN8
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    Groups can be created in the Domino directory so everyone can use the group. Depending on your organisation you might not have enough access to do this, you might have to get an administrator to create the group but maintenance of the group can be delegated to an owner that does not need full access ot the domino directory.

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