Ad an active directory attribute to ''Group''

I just create a new attribute call mailgoogle and was able to ad it to users via Active directory schema. Proble is that i do not see this attribute on distribution group. This attribute was create to ad a 2nd e-mail address and i also want to be able to do so with my distribution group
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Jeremy WeisingerSenior Network Consultant / EngineerCommented:
There are many many attributes that you do not see in ADUC. To be able to surface the attributes in the GUI, it needs to be modified which requires some programming ability: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa814672(VS.85).aspx

But you can at least look at all the attributes through ADUC by:
- Click on the view menu and select Advanced
- Go to the properties of the group and click on the Attribute Editor tab

From this tab you can view and edit all the properties of the object though it's not user friendly.
plantepAuthor Commented:
When i go to the Attribute Editor tab of the object (Group), i do not see the mailgoogle attribute. What is the classes object name for users group? Is it group? if yes the attribute is there
Jeremy WeisingerSenior Network Consultant / EngineerCommented:
You may need to set permissions on the attribute in ADSI edit to allow it to be shown.
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plantepAuthor Commented:
Here are some screenshoot that could help to understand what is my problem
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plantepAuthor Commented:
Can you give me explanation on how to do that?
Jeremy WeisingerSenior Network Consultant / EngineerCommented:
You'll have to compare the settings with your user class.

To set the security:
- Open ADSI edit and connect to the schema
- Navigate to the class and open the properties
- Click on Security -> Advanced
- Click Add, select the group you want to assign the permissions to (probably Authenticated Users), then locate the attribute in the list and select the appropriate permissions (probably read)

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plantepAuthor Commented:
i did add the group but still not working. I really need this to work.
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