I have a script, that compares users in 3 groups against a list in a sharepoint site.
Then I have it emailing all members not listed in the groups vs. members in the sharepoint site and vice versa to sync up.
What I'm trying to do is have each user that is listed in the groups emailed along with what group they are in.
So the email would read something like for example:
User: 700155 Group: A_Group1
User: 714455 Group: A_Group2
User: 724221 Group: A_Group3
Naturally I can't test this here easily, but give this a try. Basically we add each group that we find the user in into the groupb dictionary as a comma delimited string associated with that dictionary
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