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My company uses Google Apps and has a number of email lists (I think they're called groups) e.g. group1@example.com.

group1@example.com has me as a member.

Is there any way for me to find out who else in my company is a member of that group without admin access?

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The Google Apps administrator decides and sets who can see the group members:

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So unless they've allowed you to see them, you can't. :)

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This answer is informative but not directly pertinent: you did not answer the question as posed: How does the user see the membership list of a group? –  Mei Oct 13 '14 at 16:37

You can use google Apps script - http://googleappsdeveloper.blogspot.com/2011/12/google-groups-and-google-apps-script.html.

The only problem is that it will will only for groups that you are member of.

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Workaround: if you have calendar access, add the group to a calendar meeting, and expand the chevron to see the list. (May depend on Apps administrator granting access.)

EDIT: direct access may also work for you according to the following pattern:

https://groups.google.com/a/DOMAIN/forum/#!members/GROUPNAME

where DOMAIN and GROUPNAME are replaced by the post- and pre-@ parts of the address, respectively. So in your example case, try https://groups.google.com/a/example.com/forum/#!members/group1

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