Your message couldn't be delivered to the group because you don't have permission to send to it.

I sent an email to 190 people in a distribution group using Office 365 and Outlook 2010 client.  There was a mistake in the email, luckily I did not have send permissions for that distribution group and it bounced back.  

However, my fear is that once I am added to group, the server will try to resend the email.  Will this happen?
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Manikandan NarayanswamySecurity Specialist & IBM Security GuardiumCommented:
Hi,

If it bounced back then the server will not try to resend the email don't worry. You may need to resend the email it will not try to resend the same email for which bounced back

Thanks
Manikandan
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
However, my fear is that once I am added to group, the server will try to resend the email.  Will this happen?

If there are specific restrictions on a Distribution Group and you are not part of this you get a NDR (bounce back). If you are then added to the restricted users that can send to this Distribution Group, you will NEED to RESEND the email.

The email will not resend from an NDR where you do not have permission.

Another thing i wanted to mention as well you can have users that are part of a distribution group and if you have Mail Flow Restrictions for only specific users which do not include users from the Actual Distribution Group they will not be able to send either.

They will be able to Receive the message because they are part of the distribution group but they will not be able to send or reply back.

Will.
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Manikandan NarayanswamySecurity Specialist & IBM Security GuardiumCommented:
Hi,

In-any case once you receive an NDR later if permissions are added you need to send email again. Office365 won't try to send email for the one for which the NDR is recieved

Thanks
Manikandan
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