Dynamic distribution groups

Keeping track of people is generally difficult in large companies, which is why they invest so much money in HR systems. The same challenge exists for messaging administrators and help desk personnel, who can spend a lot of time maintaining the membership of groups as new people join the company, others leave, and others take on new roles and responsibilities. As we have just discussed, populating and maintaining the membership of large distribution groups can be a nuisance for Exchange administrators.

Dynamic distribution groups offer a solution to this problem by allowing groups to be based on a query that Exchange can execute against Active Directory to determine the latest membership every time a message is sent ...

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