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I have a calendar in Outlook 2010 that I would like to add a group of people to.

Now in the global address group I see groups with red circle with line through it.

The premise is like AD create a group add people.   I would like to do that with this calendar instead of adding individuals one by one.

Can this be done.

Exchange 2007 SP3

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Jamie McKillop earned 500 total points
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Hello,

Yes, you can do this but the group type must be "Mail Universal Security Group". If the group type is "Mail Universal Distribution Group", you will need to change it to Security in ADUC. You also can't add Dynamic Distribution Groups.

-JJ
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I created a Mail-Enabled Universal Distribution Group and when I go to this particular calendar in Outlook 2010 and try to add this Mail-Enabled Group it has the red circle with the line through it.

Is there a reason for that?  Since it is Mail-Enabled Universal Distribution Group I should be able to Error
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