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BobH

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I'm in the process of setting up Kerio Mail to replace our current mail server. I've created some groups that I want to use as distribution lists. As the administrator, I can check to see who is a member of a group. Is there a way for the end user to check this? This would help users to use groups appropriately.

My hunch is that this is currently not possible. The only option I've come up with so far is to enter list members in the comment field of the group. Not very intuitive.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.

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kkesler

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Did you ever get an answer about this? I have the same issue.

Thanks,
Kurt
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BobH

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I never got any response on this. I did come up with a work-around that's not great but better than nothing. I put the member's names in the comment field of the group. It's cumbersome and you have to update the comment field manually each time you change the group. It would be nice if this could happen automagically.
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kkesler

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Thanks.

Ick. An automagic solution would indeed be preferable.

Thanks again,
Kurt
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sedell

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I wonder if a Distribution List in the public contact list would work for you. It would still be a manual update type of thing, but it would be more intuitive for users to find out who's on the list.

Scott
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