adding or removing users from a Dynamic Distribution Group, Exchange 2010

We use Exchange 2010 and several distribution groups were created before I began working here. Many are the typical "Mail Non_Universal Group" and I just go to PROPERTIES and there is a MEMBERS tab, adding and removing users is very easy. BUT...We have some that are "Dynamic Distribution Group" If you go to PROPERTIES I do not see a MEMBERS tab. I do not see a corresponding group in Active Directory either. We have disabled a few users that are in a specific Distribution Group and I need to get them out because when we send to that group we get bounce backs. How the heck can I modify a Dynamic Distribution Group?
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Thor2923Asked:
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Get-DynamicDistributionGroup {name} | fl recipientfilter

This will show you why this user(s) is included, i.e. They are in a particular OU, or have a department, or something set on their AD user Object. So simply move them, or remove that attribute, and they will be removed from the group automatically.

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Thor2923Author Commented:
well I ran your command and did get some feedback, but do not see what it tells me where users are added or removed
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SeanSystem EngineerCommented:
For this you could remove the city attribute from the user and then it will no longer match it's filter.
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Thor2923Author Commented:
oh I think I see it...the users bouncing back all have the city that popped up in the address tab on active directory. I moved that word and the bounce backs stopped
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Yes it did :) Every user who has City set to Decatur* will be in this group,

If you want to remove user joe.soap go to his AD user object, and remove the entry that looks like Decatur????? from his City Attribute :)

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