Managing Mail-enabled Groups, Mail-enabled Users, and Mail-enabled Contacts
We’re now well into the discussion on Exchange recipients, and you are aware of the different recipient types that are available to messaging administrators in Exchange Server 2013. (If you need a refresher, look back to Chapter 13, “Basics of Recipient Management.”)
Mail-enabled groups are one type of recipient that makes things a bit more interesting—and by interesting I mean complex. Most administrators are familiar with the concept of groups but not necessarily with mail-enabled groups. This essentially provides the group with all the necessary attributes to be listed in the Exchange-specific directories and to be identified as a recipient object.
All the ...