Unable to edit Distribution Group membership via Outlook (works via ECP).

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TravisS000

SITUATION: I am attempting to enable the ability for specified users to edit the membership of Exchange 2010 distribution groups via Outlook 2010. I have configured permissions via RBAC for them to be able to do this by following the instructions and running the script found here:

http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2009/11/18/453251.aspx

After running the script, users specified as group managers are able to edit group membership through the ECP. But when they attempt to do so via Outlook, they receive the same message that they would see if the permission to edit group membership was not enabled:

" Changes to the public group membership cannot be saved. You do not have sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object."

QUESTION: Does anyone have any idea as to why we are still unable to edit group membership via Outlook, when all the permissions appear to be enabled doing so?
 
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TravisS000

Thanks for responding Tim,

The specific question I asked in the other was answered, and helped me identify that I actually had a problem, and that it was not " by design" . I am still trying to determine the root cause of the issue, which is the focus of this thread.

Travis
 
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Allen Song

Hi,

Do you have the multi-domain environments? Please understand that in multi-domain environments, the GC chosen by the client (Outlook) may not in the same domain as DL group objects created. Therefore, users might not be able to update group membership because the local GC has a read-only copy of the group.

Thanks

Allen
 
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Ryan Senio

I too am having the same issue. Modifying the Distro Lists using ECP works fine, but you can't using Outlook.

" Changes to the public group membership cannot be saved. You do not have sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object"

Currently we are still in a co-existence enviroment (2010, 2007) However, both users that are attempting to change the lists are on Exchange 2010 and running Outlook 2010 and 2007. I'm one of the people making changes to test this issue, and I'm an exchange org admin as well as a domain admin. As well as Manager of the list I'm testing with.

Does anyone have an update on this issue?
 
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Robert McNEill

I too am having the same issue. Modifying the Distro Lists using ECP works fine, but you can't using Outlook.

" Changes to the public group membership cannot be saved. You do not have sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object"

Currently we are still in a co-existence enviroment (2010, 2007) However, both users that are attempting to change the lists are on Exchange 2010 and running Outlook 2010 and 2007. I'm one of the people making changes to test this issue, and I'm an exchange org admin as well as a domain admin. As well as Manager of the list I'm testing with.

Does anyone have an update on this issue?
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Outlook 2010 64 bit
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Exchange Server
Allen,

Are you saying that users in one domain cannot edit DLs in another domain? We are encountering the same problem with Exchange 2007 SP3 and Outlook 2010 clients.

We have users whose AD accounts are located in domain A that need to be able to update other DLs in domain B. Is this possible? I had already created a univeral security DL in domain B with all the users but they are still getting same error. I even run this command too:

Add-ADPermission -Identity "DL-DomainB" -User "SecurityDL- DomainB" -AccessRights WriteProperty -Properties "Member"</SPAN></SPAN
Thanks,

Roberto
 
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