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Figure 6-31 Message delivery report for a message sent to a restricted group.
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The same error is seen if an external user attempts to send messages to a distribution group that requires sender authentication. By default, Exchange 2010 groups require sender authentication, which means that the sender must be known to the organization before the hub transport service will route incoming messages to the group. If you want
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to allow external users (perhaps from another Exchange organization in your company) to send messages to a group, you can turn off the authentication requirement by clearing the Require That All Senders Are Authenticated check box under Message Delivery Restrictions for the group, or with a command similar to this:
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Set-DistributionGroup Identity 'Exchange 2010 Interest List' -RequireSenderAuthenticationEnabled $False
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In previous books on Exchange, I made the point that group maintenance presented a number of issues for administrators, especially in large organizations where there is a constant flow of demands from users to join or leave groups, or to understand why they couldn t find a particular group or send a message to a group, or even to know the membership of a group. Exchange 2010 still has some deficiencies (how hard would it be to create some UI to generate a nicely formatted report about group membership ) but it has improved the situation with the introduction of MailTips (see 12, Mailbox Support Services ), which help stop people from sending messages to very large groups and selfmaintaining groups, and which allow you to configure a group s properties so that users can join or leave the group through ECP. As you can see from Figure 6-32, you can also configure the group to be:
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Open: Exchange will honor all requests by users to join or leave the group without question. Universal security groups (USGs) cannot be set to be open because they also hold a security principal that can control access to resources.
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Figure 6-32 Defining who can join a group.
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Closed: Only the group owners can add or delete members from the group. This is the default value and should be set on any USG. Approval required: Users can apply to join the group, but the request will only be executed after approval is received from a group owner. The approval process is similar to that used for moderated groups.
Naturally, these criteria can be set through EMS. For example:
Set-DistributionGroup Identity 'Sales Executives' MemberJoinRestriction 'Closed' MemberDepartRestriction 'Open' AcceptMessagesOnlyFromDLMembers 'Sales Executives' Notes 'The Sales Executive group is restricted' ManagedBy 'Andrews, Ben (IT)'
In this case, we set the flags on the Sales Executives group so that its membership is closed for new members (owners can always add new members), that requests to leave the group will receive automatic approval, and that only members of the group are allowed to send messages to the group. Finally, a note is added to tell users that the group is restricted. This note is visible when users view group properties through the GAL.
Viewing group members
The next question that arises after you ve populated a group is how to be sure that the right members have been added. It s easy to review the membership of a small group by looking at the group properties with Outlook or OWA, but this approach fails once you have more than 50 members, because the client interface is not really suitable for browsing large groups. It would be nice to find a button that generates a formatted listing of group members, but no client includes this feature and neither does ECP or EMC. If you need to create a list of group members you have to do it with EMS. Here s a one-liner to fetch the membership of a group, select two properties, and pipe the output to a text file:
Get-DistributionGroupMember Identity 'Sales Executives' | Select Name, DisplayName > C:\TEMP\Sales.txt
A variation on the theme would be to pipe the output to a CSV file with the Export-CSV cmdlet that you can then manipulate with Excel to pretty up the report. Sometimes you want to find out how many members are in a distribution group quickly. You can do this as follows:
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