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Hi guys,

I was wondering if there is a way to create a global group? I have local groups, but we have 2 other domains now and the departments have split their email domains.

Is there a way to use the same group but also add users from other domains? If not, anyway to send the group email to users in other domains without having to create actual users?

We have now 3 domains and until everything is properly split (might take couple of years) I would like John Doe to have his new email address and also keep the old one. This has been handled with the user forward and user alias, which is good. But groups doesnt work.

Any help would be appreciated. I will look into distribution list to see if that works.

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