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  • Query Based Distribution Group as Calendar Permission

    Hi There,

    Anyone know if you can use a QBased DL as a permission on a Calendar?

    Thanks
    Ian.

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    Re: Query Based Distribution Group as Calendar Permission

    AFAIK not, but if you give us a clue which version of Exchange you are using I will move this to the correct forum and you may get a more authoritative response
    Tom Jones
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      Re: Query Based Distribution Group as Calendar Permission

      Cheers exchange 2003

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        Re: Query Based Distribution Group as Calendar Permission

        Thread moved to Exchange 2003 forum
        Tom Jones
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          Re: Query Based Distribution Group as Calendar Permission

          No, you can't. You cannot use a distribution group for permissions. When you use a distribution group for permissions, the group is changed behind the scenes to a security group. A QBD cannot be converted to a security group.

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