Exchange 2007 - View "Member Of" for a Dynamic Distribution Group

I created a address list to view a Dynamic Distribution Group in the Default Global Address List. (see DDG1.jpg)

In the Address List, when a double-click on a Dynamic Distribution Group and I click on the tab "Member Of",

I don't see the users of the DDG. (see DDG2.jpg)

On Exchange Management Console, Toolbox, with the "Details Template Editor, Template Type Group
Do I add a powershell command to see members of the DDG?
DDG1.jpg
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Jamie McKillopIT ManagerCommented:
Hello,

You can't view dynamic distribution group members from Outlook as the membership is created by a query on the fly. You can only view the membership through the preview function in EMC or by running a powershell command.

-JJ
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Thank you.
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