Groups that are synchronized to the Microsoft managed environment can be restricted. The tools that are used and the way that the restrictions are administered depend on the kind of group.
You can run the Set-DynamicDistribution cmdlet together with the following parameters:
$Mailbox = Get-Mailbox John@contoso.com
Set-DynamicDistributionGroup DDG@Contoso.com –AcceptMessagesOnlyFrom $List
Note You can use one of the following tools to edit the attributes in the source environment:
The following table provides the relevant information about the Active Directory attribute name, the Exchange parameter name, the description, and the value.
|Active Directory attribute name||Exchange parameter name||Description||Value|
|Messages rejected from (for mailboxes)||Populate with the distinguished name (DN) of the user who should be restricted from sending messages to the mailbox or group.|
|Messages accepted from (for mailboxes)||Populate with the DN of the user who should have the permission to send messages to the mailbox or group.|
|dLMemRejectPerms||RejectMessagesFromDLMembers||Messages rejected from (for distribution groups)||Populate with the DN of the group that should be restricted from sending messages to the mailbox or group.|
|dLMemSubmitPerms||AcceptMessagesOnlyFromDLMembers||Messages accepted from (for distribution groups)||Populate with the DN of the group that should have the permission to send messages to the mailbox or group.|
|msExchRequireAuthToSendTo||RequireSenderAuthenticationEnabled||Restrict messages from authenticated users only.||Populate with True/False (Boolean value).|
Article ID: 2618066 - Last Review: Mar 17, 2016 - Revision: 1
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