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Users need to edit their own GAL entry

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How can I allow users to edit their own information within their own Global address list entry, but not other peoples. I think their was somthing in the Office 97 Resource kit, but I use Outlook 2000 and Exchange 5.5.

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* Design a custom form to the organizational forms library that people can use to edit specific fields.  A good example is http://www.cdolive.com/address.htm.  (Note: Collaboration Data Objects (CDO.DLL) is an optional component of Outlook 2000 and must be installed in order for this sample to work.)

* There is utility called GALMOD that comes with the Back Office Resource Kit.  This utility allows individuals to edit their record.
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