Permissions to edit user properties in GAL

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Hi I would like to give a user permissions to edit the "user properties" in the Global Adress List. For example I would like the user to be able to edit Depaertment name, Postal Address, Job Title etc... I there any way off doing this without giving the user access to the Active Directory? Thanks Junaid
ASKED: November 22, 2008  1:55 PM
UPDATED: November 25, 2008  7:07 PM

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You have to give them access to active directory to make these changes, but that does not mean they will have rights to do ANYTHING in AD. Here, <a href=”http://www.petri.co.il/grant_full_mailbox_rights_on_exchange_2000_2003.htm”>read this</a> for more specific information regarding admin rights in exchange 2003.

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  • Junaid
    The link you provided me with does not give me any information on how to give a user the right to edit "user properties" in the Global Address List. Basically I need to give a Receptionist the right to edit "user properties" of each user in the Global Address List without having her go into AD and edit. Ideas, Solutions anyone? Thanks Junaiod
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