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Granting End-User Access to Create/Edit Distribution Lists/External Contacts Exchange 2010

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As the title states, I need to grant a domain user rights to create and modify DL's and External Contacts within Exchange 2010.

There are over 200 DL's that I need to give him the ability to modify the members of and create new contacts to add to these lists at later times.  

I used CSV+Script in order to perform the initial creation of these groups, however, in years to come my company would like this user to handle the maintenance of these groups as they'll change annually.
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 400 total points
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You need to work with RBAC in Exchange 2010

Permissions and Role Based Access Control (RBAC) – Part I
http://www.petri.co.il/rbac-in-exchange-2010.htm#

Role Based Access Control Exchange 2010
http://www.exchangedictionary.com/index.php/Articles/role-based-access-control-exchange-2010.html

- Rancy
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