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    18 comments  ·  Office 365 Groups  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Imran Masud commented  · 

    Alias aka MailNickName.
    PrimaryStmpAddress aka proxyAddress with capital "SMTP: prefix".

    Today when you create a group we try to use alias /groupid/ mailnickname to construct the primary smtp address. PrimarySmtpAddress is always unique. If alias@domain.com is not unique the system will append postfix make it unique such as alias1@domain.com
    Note alias and primary smtpaddress are usually used for ANR searches. You could potentially have a group with alias foo and primary smtp address as bar@contoso.com. If you search for foo or bar you will find your group. Not a practical case just wanted to highlight that they are different.
    Today group owners cannot add or update smtp address, however your Tenant admin could perform these operations via Set-UnifiedGroup. Note it is never a good idea to remove your original primary smtp address because it will break your mail routing of your previous messages . The recommendation for tenant admins is set a new PrimarySmtpAddress via Set-UnifiedGroup,
    how was ictgroup got created. Was it created from outlook web access (OWA). There is a bug which has been fixed now where AzureActiveDirectory shows incorrect primary smtp address of exchange resource.
    We understand that every org wants sanitized GAL; NamingPolicy and Blocked words could help. That said we are also taking in your feedback to further improve this experience.
    Thank for your feedback.

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    9 comments  ·  Office 365 Groups  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Imran Masud commented  · 

    HiddenFromAddressListsEnabled could set via Set-UnifiedGroup. Currently there is bug that this will not apply to the group instantly. One work around is to call Update-Recipient cmdlet after setting the HiddenFromAddressListsEnabled . A proper fix is in progress and will role out shortly.

    HidingMembership feature is being prototyped at this time. StayTune :)

    @imasud_ms

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