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Outlook 2011 for Mac - Managing Delegate Access (Exchange)

Neal Soderquist -

Delegates of your Exchange mailbox can be given a specific set of permissions that allow them rights for viewing your Calendar, Email, Tasks, etc.

Add a Delegate:

1. In Outlook, select the Tools menu, select Accounts.

2. Click the account that you want to change permissions for, click Advanced, and then click the Delegates tab.
3. Under Delegates who can act on my behalf, click Add Add.

4. Type the name of the person that you want to add as a delegate, and then click Find.

5. Click the delegate's name, and then click OK.

6. For each item type, use the pop-up menu to select the permission level that you want to set for the delegate.

Note: The delegate you added must then Become a Delegate (see below).

 

Change Permissions for an Existing Delegate:

1. In Outlook, select the Tools menu, select Accounts.

2. Click the account that you want to change permissions for, click Advanced, and then click the Delegates tab.

3. Under Delegates who can act on my behalf, click the delegate.
4. Click the Action Action pop-up menu button, click Set Permissions, and then make the changes that you want.

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5. Click OK.

 

Become a Delegate (after you have been given Delegate permissions):

1. On the Tools menu, click Accounts.
2. Click the Exchange account that you will use to access the delegated items, click Advanced, and then click the Delegates tab..
3. Under People I am a delegate for, click Add Add.
4. Type the name of the person who has added you as a delegate, and then click Find.
5. Click the delegate's name, and then click OK.

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