mardi 1 mai 2012 22:25
Environment: Single SharePoint foundation server; single domain AD
email in SharePoint appears to be working correctly. Alerts are being sent from the site & mail-enabled lists are receiving email.
My issue is with mail-enabling Groups. Creating a SharePoint group with the "Create an e-mail distribution group for this group" option does create an empty mail-enabled group is in AD. Turning on archiving of the group email to a list correctly creates a mail enabled contact in AD & add the new contact to the group.
However, none of my users are ever added to the AD group, therefore they never receive copies of email sent to the group. Permissions do not seem to be the issue since SharePoint is able to create groups, create contacts and add the contacts to the groups.
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mercredi 2 mai 2012 05:13
Looks like this is the same issue your are having and apparently there is no fix for it and won't be :(. Look this over and see if it's the same thing, kind of looks that way from skimming over it.
lundi 14 mai 2012 12:54
If your scenario looks like the following:
•You have a computer that is running Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
•You set up the Incoming e-mail message feature.
•You add members to a distribution group that is created across forests.
It is by design, which is explained in this article.
If not, below are the steps you need to pay attention to:
• Create an Organization Unit (OU) in the Active Directory (AD) and delegate Full Control rights to SharePoint Service Account (Central Administration Application Pool Account)
• Configure Incoming Email Settings to use SharePoint Directory Management Service to create Distribution Groups and Contacts to the Active Directory container (OU)
• Mention the SMTP server name select all the options for Distribution Group Request Approval Settings
• On the SharePoint Site create a new group with Full Control permission
• Create an Email Distribution Group (type in an email address) for this group
For the detailed information about them, check out the following article:
Rock Wang TechNet Community Support
- Marqué comme réponse Rock Wang– MSFT lundi 14 mai 2012 12:54
lundi 14 mai 2012 16:24
Singe domain AD. No cross forest issues.
SharePoint can create the distribution group. Sharepoint can create the contact object that represents the archive group & add/remove that contact from the Distribution Group. Not a permissions issue.