Well with an application to interface AD or other directory service, you would search and access the numbers from a service similar to "local directory". All really depends on you would like things to work.
Having considered it, it seems the best to provide a menu service (as the directory URL is not phone specific), in which there is access to both i) Exchange Global Directory, and ii) an Exchange User's contacts. That means users have the best of both worlds. My thoughts are that the latter could be linked to the extension number, which I guess would have to be input manually. What would be your thoughts?
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