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How do I Grant an AD Group to a DL 'Accept Meessage From" list

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I need to set an active directory group, SWC-World Usage, to have rights to Send a Message to a distribution list, DL-SWC NA Users.

I go to EMC, locate the DL, go into Message Delivery Restrictions, click ADD and not able to see the AD Group.

Is there a command I need to do in Shell?
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You need to verify that the swc-world usage was a security universal group, and that this group has is mail-enable to configure the permission. You can verify the first part in Active Directory Users And Computers and the second in EMC.

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It is a Security Group -Global
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Ok, enter the group properties and change the group type to universal in Active Directory Users and Computers, then in EMC enter in Recipient configuration, in Distribution Group, then New Distribution Group in the right menu. Select Exist Group, select your group and follow the wizard.

After that you will see this group in Message Delivery Restrictions.
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Thanks a million
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