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I created  two Groups in AD(windows 2008 server) and a new user SERVICE1(AD+exchange 2007 account)

Groups:
sales  (service1 member)
marketing  (service1 member)

I took Service1 user into both group.Because i want user service1 gets all mails if someone send GROUP MAILS to Sales and Marketing.

if i send a mail Groupsales@mydomain.com then service1 get this mails also.
if i send  a mail Groupmarketing@mydomain.com then service1 not get  mail which sendet to groupmarketing.

where can be problem?
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Are they both created in EMC ?
What do you see in ADUC and EMC for both DL's ?
Is there some other member of the DL ? Is there any other members of the DL if so receiving email ?
What if you do a Message Tracking ...... what do you see ?
Try to take a dump of both DL's and then we can try to check
Get-DistributionGroup "DL Name" | FL

- Rancy
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by:apollo-13
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Are they both created in EMC ? -yes (dinamic)
Is there some other member of the DL ? Is there any other members of the DL if so receiving email ? -yes there are 10 other member.

What if you do a Message Tracking ...... what do you see ? -i see not sent from groupmail(marketing to service1)

What do you see in ADUC and EMC for both DL's ?-i will check this
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Were all users added at the same time ?
Not sure if its some cache or what if you remove and re-add and give some time for replication ?

- Rancy
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ok i will wait little bit
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