Giving delegate access in Outlook 2011


  1. Go to Tools and select Accounts.
  2. Click to select your UTORexchange account and click Advanced.
  3. Click the Delegates tab.
  4. Click the + sign under Delegates who can act on my behalf.

     Delegate tab

  5. Type the name or partial name Name of the person you'd like to assign as a delegate and click Find.

     Choose delegate

  6. Select the name from the list and click OK.
  7. The Delegate Permission options should now be displayed.

    Delegate permission levels

  8. Choose the appropriate permissions for each item.
  9. Check Send permissions summary.
  10. Click OK.
  11. The delegate will have to configure their client in order to access your folder (see the article Accessing an Inbox/Calendar/Contacts as a delegate in Outlook 2011).
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2012-10-19 14:18
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