Aug 28 2018
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Feb 01 2023
Aug 28 2018 05:37 PM
Jan 28 2019 05:33 PM
I've found that just adding an email address to a security group in on-prem AD changes the group to an email-enabled security group in O365. This should work if you don't already have an O365 distribution list with the same email address.
I haven't been game to try and convert existing O365 distribution lists to mail-enabled security groups in AD yet. I'm sure it's as easy as deleting the O365 group and adding the email address to the AD security group.
Jan 28 2019 06:05 PMSolution
May 15 2020 05:43 AM
@adam deltinger Confirmed this does work. simplest way to resolve without messing around with PS Scripts.
Feb 11 2023 11:27 AM
@Daniel Pipe do you know the PowerShell command to add an email address to a security group ?
the trouble is
are you sure it becomes a mail-enabled security group ?
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Feb 11 2023 07:12 PM
How about setting up a dynamic group in Microsoft 365 to automatically add those security group?