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How to add distribution lists to exchange with non exchange addresses

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Hi Experts.   I need to create distribution lists on Exchange for my users that include email addresses of people not on the Exchange Server.  I can see how to add current users, but how do I add outside users.   Is this possible?
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Thanks for the reply.   If I create them as a mail contact, do I have to have a server CAL or Exchange CAL for them?
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Contacts don't require CALs, because the user isn't logging in to the server.

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Sembee2 is correct, the contact does not have mail stored for the on the server and cannot log in, so they don't need a CAL.
They are commonly used for synchronising Global Address Lists.
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