Configure other Exchange organization Powershell

When I want a list of a distribution group I can add this parameter: -Organization. But when I want to edit something for a distribution group I can't see this parameter.

Get-DistributionGroup -Organization companyx


So my question is how can I edit a distribution group for a specific organization? I want to disable sender authentication.
emieldmzAsked:
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Mark GalvinManaging Director / Principal ConsultantCommented:
Do you know the SMTP address of the group you are looking for? If so you could use:
Get-DistributionGroup | where {$_.PrimarySmtpAddress -like "*domain.com"}

the -Organization switch is used for Exchange 2010 Hosted system where there is no ESM GUI. The -Organization is then used to look at a particular hosted org.
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emieldmzAuthor Commented:
Yes it is a hosted Exchange 2010 system. I can see the distribution groups when I type this command:
Get-DistributionGroup -Organization jilktransport

But now I want to edit this ditribution group to disable the option "sender authentication", but I can't specify a organization name. So the question is how can I do that?
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Mark GalvinManaging Director / Principal ConsultantCommented:
Have you tried something like:
Set-DistributionGroup -Identity "jilktransport\DLGroup" ?
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emieldmzAuthor Commented:
Thanks that worked!
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Mark GalvinManaging Director / Principal ConsultantCommented:
Or you could run this:
Get-DistributionGroup | where {$_.RequireSenderAuthenticationEnabled -eq $True} | Set-DistributionGroup -RequireSenderAuthenticationEnabled $False

Which will set all DG.
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Mark GalvinManaging Director / Principal ConsultantCommented:
Sweet! glad it worked!
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