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Exchange 2010/2013 Distribution Group Email - Physical Space

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When sending an email to a Distribution Group in Exchange does each member of the DG get a copy of the email thus taking up more disk space or just a pointer sent to them that allows them to open the original email?
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It is a message in their inbox. Thus they can file, delete, and manage it.
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