Mail-enabled security groups provide a shared mailbox for a specific group. You can also use this to assign permissions to your members in the active directory. If you want to know how to create a mail-enabled security group, continue reading this article.
You can use the new or classic Exchange Admin Center (EAC) to manage the mail-enabled security groups. The difference between the new and classic EAC is that the former has separate tabs and mailboxes, whereas, in the latter, they are merged under the Mailboxes section. The following sections will guide you through the whole process in detail.
HOW TO MANAGE MAIL-ENABLED SECURITY GROUP VIA THE NEW EAC
Step :1Log in to the new EAC. Locate recipients and click on it.
Step :2Go to the groups tab and then click on Mail-enabled security.
Step :3Click on Add a group and proceed with the instructions in the details pane.
Step :4Under Choose a group type, select the Mail-enabled security option and click Next.
Step :5Now, enter the required details in the Set up the basics section and click Next.
Step :6Under the Assign owners section, click on + Assign owners, select the group owner from the list, and click Next.
Step :7Click + Add members under the Add members section. Select the group members and click Next.
Step :8Now, you need to enter the email address of your group in the Edit settings section.
Step :9Set your privacy as public or private.
Step :10To create a team from your group, click Add Microsoft Teams to your group and give the necessary details.
Step :11Once done, click Next.
Step :12Verify all the details in the Review and finish adding group section and click Create group> Close.
In this way, you should create a mail-enabled security group via the new EAC.
CREATE A MAIL-ENABLED SECURITY APP VIA THE CLASSIC EAC
Step : 1 Log in to your classic EAC and click on Recipients.
Step : 2 Go to the groups tab and then click on New+ > Security group.
Step : 3 You need to specify the display name, alias, description, organizational unit, owners, and members on the New security group page.
Step : 4 Once you configure these settings, click Save.
Step : 5 That’s it. You have created a new mail-enabled security group via the classic EAC.
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