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Group mail creation on Exchange 2003

Posted on 2013-01-14
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Hi All,

Is there a way to create a group e-mail address in Exchange 2003 (for example: test@organization.com) that has five or six users and if somebody would like to send an e-mail to all of these group members, just need to send the e-mail to the "test@organization.com" address and all group members will receive it immidiately.
So the outside sender is going to use only one e-mail address and there is no need to type all the addresses in the recepient field.

thanks in advance.
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Create a distribution list with an email adress

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/821904
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Ok, i see.

 I have already done this before.
I thought this effective only inside of the organization but.

Thanks anyway.
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