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I am very green at exchange and would like to know how peole hand this. I was directed to place phone numbers in the global address book. So I have entered those via active directory on my exchange server. Now when I open the address book and select my name the properties window is grey out. So my question is how do I grant access to each employee to where they can enter in there own information or is there no way to do that or even recommended. If someone else a better suggestion please let me know.  
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This article explains how to allow domain users to eit their own GAL entry.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/272198
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