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Delegation vs. Calendar Sharing vs. Calendar Permissions

When you share a calendar with a co-worker, it is seen as more of an FYI of their days/weeks ahead. With the added options within calendar permissions, you have the ability to choose just how much of your calendar your co-worker sees.

If someone delegates a calendar or email to you, you are then responsible for helping to manage either calendar entries or email messages. As a delegate of someone’s Outlook account, emails and meetings will include the information that they are “sent on the behalf of (the person to whom you are a delegate)” instead of coming directly from your account.


How to add a delegate:

  1. Click on File to access the backstage view.

     
  2. Choose Account Settings.
  3. Choose Delegate Access.



     
  4. Click Add­­­.

     
  5. Search for the intended delegate by typing their last name in the search field.
  6. Click on the delegate’s name.
  7. Click Add ->.
  8. Click OK.

     
  9. Choose the desired p­­­ermissions for the delegate­­.
  10. Click OK.

     
  11. Click OK again.

     
  12. Click the white arrow in the upper right-hand corner to return to the inbox.

 

For Outlook 2010 Users:

12. Click on Home to return to the inbox.

 

 


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