I am the one who maintains our hosting account for our company, thus creating e-mail accounts & forwarders for various aliases.
OK, here's the problem: Let's say I have a forwarder called email@example.com that goes to everybody in the office. This works great, except I keep getting requests from people to have the list of people receiving the messages show up in their TO: or CC: fields once they type in the name of the alias. I've explained a number of times why this can't happen, but apparently this is unacceptable to them.
So, does anybody have any ideas or alternate suggestions? I don't consider each person keeping their own aliases up to date an acceptable solution because people would immediately forget to update their local lists and somebody will miss an important message.