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distribution lists

distribution lists

distribution lists

Is there a way to know to which distribution lists a mailbox has access to?

RE: distribution lists

What Octel type are you referring to?

RE: distribution lists

If this is a Octel 200/300 you could use the .L Ref command to see all occurrances.  Also, if you have Mailbox Manager on any Octel 200/300 or 250/350, you should be able to do a Find to locate a mailbox and the distribution list it is a member of.

RE: distribution lists

Thank you for the answer kepetersen the Octel is a 200. I will try what you have told me.

Thanks again.

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