Exchange 2010 with emails

I am running Microsoft server 2008, and Exchange 2010.  I'd like to set up with a new email so that three of my clients can all look at it at once. I'd like to set up a Distribution Group so these three people can look at it. Since the Distribution Group, I wanted to use a different email, so people can send in the email and then the people can look at it.

What's the best way to use Distribution Group with a new email?

Thank you.
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I'm not quite sure i understand the question

you set up a distribution group through active directory users and groups
once the group is setup you add the users
tmckinney01Author Commented:
I'm sorry, I was rushing.

What I really need, it's a set up an email, will say "".  Now, will set up Monster, and tell people to send in your resume, and using this email address.  So, what I need is how can I set this up that these three people can look at it any time?  I guess I can't figure out how to set up a distribution group.

okay.... well you have 2 options.....

1. setup a distribution group via the EMC under recipient config.... add users and make sure to accept email from everyone...this method means everyone gets a copy of each resume sent to their inbox... the outside world does not know that though


2. setup a new mailbox called resumes, give the 3 users rights to send email and then go to the 3 pcs in question and via the mail icon in control panel under advanced add the second mailbox...

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tmckinney01Author Commented:
Well done, thank you.
make sure that under the mail flow and delivery restrictions you have accept mail from all users... otherwise it will bounce everything from outside the domain...

assuming you choose option 1
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