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User Permissions for creating Exchange/AD Tasks

I am trying to disribuite small tasks to users to alleviate pressure from our IT Dept.  In this case, I am trying to set it so users can add Exchange/AD contacts.  Here is what I am getting for an error report:

- <taskWizardRun taskName="Establish E-mail Address" dcName="CUTTER_JOHN" buildNumber="6944" runningAs="adminit@uwc21.net">
  <timespan startTime="2007-03-28 14:41:58.006" milliseconds="15" />
  <taskSummary errorCount="1" completedCount="0" warningCount="0" errorCode="0x00000000" />
- <items>
- <item adsPath="LDAP://cutter_john.uwc21.net/CN=Test Test,OU=UWC,DC=uwc21,DC=net" class="contact">
  <progress code="10" milliseconds="15">Updating attributes</progress>
- <summary isWarning="false" errorCode="0xc1030728">
  You do not have the rights required to complete the operation.
- <details>
- <noWriteAccess>
  <attribute name="legacyExchangeDN" />
  <attribute name="homeMTA" />
  <attribute name="mAPIRecipient" />
  <attribute name="proxyAddresses" displayName="Proxy Addresses" />
  <attribute name="mail" displayName="E-Mail Address" />
  <attribute name="autoReplyMessage" displayName="ILS Settings" />
  <attribute name="adminDisplayName" />
  <attribute name="showInAddressBook" />
  <attribute name="msExchADCGlobalNames" />
  <attribute name="textEncodedORAddress" />
  <attribute name="msExchHideFromAddressLists" />
  <attribute name="msExchFBURL" />
  <attribute name="dLMemDefault" />
  <attribute name="msExchPoliciesExcluded" />
  <attribute name="msExchPoliciesIncluded" />
  <attribute name="msExchMailboxSecurityDescriptor" />
  <attribute name="mailNickname" displayName="Alias" />
  <attribute name="displayName" displayName="Display Name" />
  <attribute name="targetAddress" displayName="E-Mail Address (External)" />
  <attribute name="internetEncoding" />
  </noWriteAccess>
  </details>
  </summary>
  </item>
  </items>
  </taskWizardRun>

Any ideas?
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