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exchange 2010 group types work with resource mailboxes

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VERY confused, we want to have the resource-in-policy authorized users be a distribution list/group whatever. It lets me add a Mail Universal Security Group. To that I can add a Dynamic Distribution Group but not a static list/group...
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Yes you cant add a normal non-mail enabled Object as Exchange cannot understand it

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So what kind of list is permitted? I had a dynamic list working but the user do not have a common attribute like location so that does not work. I need a basic list of users. I tried a group i use for protection on a share  but that it will not add it
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You cant add a non mail enable Group again to a DynamicDL ..... are these users in some specific OU or DB or anything ?

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by:halkuff
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Lets start over, I can not use a Dynamic list, I was just saying I tried it and it works, i need a static list
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What do you mean by static list ? just to understand better to assist you

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a standard membership type list, just a list of people
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Are you saying about Non-mail enabled Group or User Accounts ?

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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

We have a work around, its our issue
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I guess the answer was given to your question so either you can mark that or else prefer to share your solution and mark that as solution and close the post

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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

Was our issue, we found a bug
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Can you please tell what was the BUG as i dont know of any
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We had a bug but his answer was correect
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