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access another person's contacts via webmail/Exchange 2010

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I have a person that does not have Outlook and runs their email client exclusively through the webmail portal of Exchange 2010.  They need to access another person's contact and calendar regularly.  The Calendar was added very simply and just shows up on the left side of the screen as an additional one that can be selected.  I cannot find a way to simply view another person's contacts though from the GUI.  Anyone know how to open another person's contact list from webmail on Exchange2010 or even if it is possible?  Thanks
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Webmail address/OWA/UserEmail/#Contacts

Webmail.Domain.com/owa/User@domain.com/#Contacts

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