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Exchange Online Management Scope Syntax

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slattdogFlag for United States of America asked on
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I am trying to add multiple users to a management scope connected to Exchange Online via PowerShell.  Here is the cmd I am using, but it is not working.  I have tried several variations, but to no avail.  I have also tried looking at the Get-Help examples, but could not figure it out from there either.  Hopefully just missing something simple :)

Set-ManagementScope "Scope1" -RecipientRestrictionFilter {EmailAddresses -Eq 'user1@company.com' -or EmailAddresses -eq 'user2@company.com'}
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