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exchange 2010 allow users to update thier contact information.

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I have recently upgraded from exchange 2003 to exchange 2010 and now users are not able to update thier contact information (i.e. phone numbers and addresses) when things were 2003 they could update, then resync with the address book and then the update would filter down through organization as others got thier address books re-synced. Can someone point me to where this can be accomplished. (I also want to be able to allow managers to update thier employees accounts but not other employees) .

Thanks in advance.

Jim
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I believe on Exchange 2010, OWA Options, ECP will allow the end-users to add some good amount of informations.
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For instance, users can now create and manage distribution groups, perform message-tracking for their own messages, configure retention policies, and even change property fields for their Active Directory user account so that it always contains up-to-date information

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2009.07.exchangeqa.aspx
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still looking for a way for managers to update underlings.
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