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Contacts in more than one exchange group

By jon ·
In Active Directory, I have Distribution Groups, some of which are nested.

For example, Office Admins and Branch Managers consist of just that from each branch.

If I send a message to that group in Outlook, all of the recipients receive the message. The owner of the company wants to receive a copy of all group broadcast communications so she knows what's going on all the time, so I've added her to both groups. Here's the conceptual problem that I'm having. If I create a group called 'All Admins and Managers' and I nest the two former groups inside this group, when I send a message to this master group, will the owner of the company receive two copies of the message?

Can I instruct Exchange to identify this and only send one copy of a given message no matter how many groups a particular user is a member of?

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by Garret` In reply to Contacts in more than one ...

If the users name is in two groups, and the same message gets sent to both groups, i.e. the name appears twice as a recipient, they should only get the message once.

The name will still appear two times (or more) as a recipient but just one copy of the message should arrive.

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