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Exchange 2010 maximum number of moderators

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My organisation has an email distribution group they wish to set moderation up on. The only issue I am experiencing is they wish to have more than 25 moderators and exchange 2010 default is not to allow more than 25.

Is there a cmdlet that allows the default amount of moderators to be changed to a any number required from 25?

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Have u tried to adding  moderators by command shell as below, if not then try once and see, if not then try to add one user at a time and try.

Set-DistributionGroup -Identity 'Distribution Group Name' -ModeratedBy User1,User2,User3,...User30 -ModerationEnabled $true -SendModerationNotifications 'Internal'
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Thanks Ahmed.
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