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jcooper

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Hi,

I just switched my server (9.1.1) from Open Directory (10.6.8 ) to Active Directory (2012r2). After some tense moments it seems to authenticating.

However, I have groups belonging to other groups. AFAIK my AD is fine because for authentication it works: users in subgroup have access to whatever the supergroup can see.

But when I send messages to a group, it only goes to users explicitly listed in the group on the AD server. If a user in a subgroup (say "accountspayable" which belongs to "accounting") an email to "accounting<_at_>.." used to go to everyone in "accountspayable", now it doesn't.

Fortunately we're not that large an organization and I only have a couple groups where this is in issue, so I was able to just add the users to the supergroup.

Before I submit a bug report, is there some setting or some piece of AD connection info I'm missing?

Thanks,

Jeff
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