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creating Distribution group

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creating Distribution group

I have a request from a user who needs to create a distribution list in Exchange 2010, the name of the DL =reserve. However I have a service account with the same name of reserve.

I wonder if there is a work around it , or I will have to ask the user to request a different name or add a number or character to reserve.

Thank you
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Need a different name. I was doing similiar a week ago and it pissed me off my security group had the same name I wanted to give my distro group
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