Chapter 15Managing Mail-Enabled Groups, Mail Users, and Mail Contacts

At this point, you should be well aware of the different recipient types that are available in Exchange Server 2016. (If you need a refresher, review Chapter 13, “Basics of Recipient Management.”)

While most administrators are familiar with the concept of groups in Active Directory, mail-enabled groups are simply groups with all the necessary attributes to be listed in the Exchange-specific directories and to be identified as a recipient object. All the benefits of groups, as Active Directory objects, still apply to mail-enabled groups. The largest benefit of mail-enabled groups is that you can use them to apply permissions to resources as well as to send email messages ...

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