Difference between revisions of "Distribution Groups"

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If you have any Distribution Lists, they usually don't have sAMAccountName(AD) or uid(LDAP)  
 
If you have any Distribution Lists, they usually don't have sAMAccountName(AD) or uid(LDAP)  
 
entries, so CanIt needs to be told to accept their mail into a Stream  
 
entries, so CanIt needs to be told to accept their mail into a Stream  
specifically, under Setup->Address-to-Stream Mappings. you can give each  
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specifically, under Setup->Address-to-Stream Mappings. You can give each  
 
its own Stream, have all use the same Stream, or use an already-existing  
 
its own Stream, have all use the same Stream, or use an already-existing  
 
user Stream.
 
user Stream.

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If Using AD/LDAP

If you have any Distribution Lists, they usually don't have sAMAccountName(AD) or uid(LDAP) entries, so CanIt needs to be told to accept their mail into a Stream specifically, under Setup->Address-to-Stream Mappings. You can give each its own Stream, have all use the same Stream, or use an already-existing user Stream.

Distribution Group Blocked (Exchange)

Exchange 2007/2010 distribution groups by default only allow internal mail.

Open Properties->Mail Flow->Settings,

Message delivery restrictions-> Properties,

Uncheck "Require that all senders are authenticated".