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Google email lists with GADS

Posted on 2016-11-15
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We are moving our users to gmail. We have google apps for enterprise and use GADS to sync with our active directory.  I am looking to set up mail lists based on active directory.  I was setting up groups with the users that belong in each mail list.  I am not sure if this is what I should be doing.  I have a parent group with sub groups. It appears that when I went to run the test sync only the users from the parent group were synced. I also noticed that groups that already exist would be deleted.  Would I have to add each group that exists to the exclusion list?
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If you exclude them, they won't be updated.  Here is a great video I found on youtube on adding groups via GADS. Hope it helps! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_d35unurBiU
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