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Creating User Editable Shared Contact Lists

I am new to setting up Exchange and I want to give the users ability to create shared contacts lists and share them with whom ever they chose.  I don't want to micro-manage every list they'd like to create and share.

Example:

Finance Manager creates list called clients.  I want them to be able to add whatever contacts they'd like.

Then I'd like them to be able to add individual users such as Tom in Accts Receivable, Teri the CEO, Jason in Accounts Payable and Chippy the Orphaned Chimney Sweep to have access to the list.

Is this possible?  We have Exchange 2010 with all clients on Outlook 2010.

Thanks,
JOe K.



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RadweldCommented:
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ClaudeWalkerAuthor Commented:
Can I make it such that users can create a dynamic distribution list from their clients (ie not having server access)?

Basically, I don't want to be responsible for each department creating a bunch of distribution lists and assigning permissions.

Thanks,
JOe K.
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ClaudeWalkerAuthor Commented:
Would public folders or dynamic distribution lists be a better technique to employ this functionality?
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RadweldCommented:
Public folders are depreciated so it's not ideal to find solutions using them. Dynamic kits require someone to be in charge of them.
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ClaudeWalkerAuthor Commented:
Hmmmm.

So an active directory entry is made for everylist and the list must be created by the administrator?  

If someone has to be in charge of them that also means they need access to the exchange server?
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