This document will explain how to start using a Manifest email group to moderate messages sent to this distribution list.
A Manifest email group is a mail-enabled security group that allows you to automate the process for assigning and managing multiple permissions for a service.
See below for step-by-step instructions.
Office 365 - Use of Security Groups to Manage Permissions.
Once you receive an Office 365 Security Group, you can start moderating email sent to the Manifest group's UUID . The UUID is the email address of your mail-enabled security group. It is a numeric string and ends with a domain.
Example UUID/email address: email@example.com
The display name for this email address will be the name of the Manifest Group you created.
Example Manifest Group name/display name: uw:domain:admin.list.wisc.edu:test_mail_enabled
Contact the DoIT Help Desk and request to be a moderator for your group. Please include the name of your Manifest Group when making this request.
Internal collaborators are individuals who send from the following email address:
Internal collaborators who email your group’s UUID, will see a default out of office message towards the top of the composed message.
When an internal collaborator emails your group's UUID, you will receive an email notification to either approve or reject their email message.
Message to internal collaborator
Currently, individuals outside of UW-Madison cannot send email to your Manifest email group. If external users try to email your group, they will receive the error message, "Address not found". This includes sending as an internal email address via a web form or any other means. Development is in progress to allow external collaborators to send email to your Manifest email group.
If you need further support, please contact the DoIT Help Desk.