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Exchange DL sender list

Posted on 2014-09-18
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Hi,

I need to add a user to a "0nly senders in the following list" group under  "Mail flow settings" and then "Message Delivery Restictions" so that user will be allowed  to send e-mail to DL in exchange 2010 but receving below error.
"domain.com/microsoft Exchange System Objects/xx" isnt a group or an individual recepint"    where xx is a name of another generac account which I have no idea why is complaining about it. Account is active and in use.

Can you please to resolve this? thanks
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Hi Kuzum,

Can you provide more info about Exchange Organization and what are the SP?

If the Exchange is not updated to SP3, I advise to do so.
If the problem persists let us know.

Meanwhile you can check this KB and see if help.

Regards
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by:kuzum
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Exchange Server 2010

Microsoft Corporation

Version: 14.03.0146.000
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resolved by performing the action on 2003 management console as this group was initialy created on legacy system.

Permanenet fixed was to use adsi edit and remove corrupted entries from there.

thanks for the help and suggestion.
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