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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Robert Cordingley, Charlie Russel

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Working with Server-Side Distribution Lists

Using Outlook as a client for Exchange 2000 gives you access to address lists stored in Active Directory. These address lists enable you to send email to any valid user of Exchange 2000. They also give you access to distribution lists created on the Exchange 2000 Server.

Your Exchange administrator can create distribution lists on the Exchange 2000 Server in several ways. The easiest way to create an Exchange 2000 distribution list is to assign an email address to a security group or universal group. Your Exchange administrator can create a distribution list for each department, building, or division of the company. For example, in my organization, we have a distribution list for Sales, one for Customer ...

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