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Learn how to access your Microsoft Exchange account online using Outlook Web App (OWA). In this course, author Gini Courter takes you on a tour of OWA, and shows how to send, receive, and manage your email on the web. Learn the ins and outs of tagging and organizing your email and discover how to create appointments, request meetings, and view multiple calendars. Plus, find out how to add, group, and search for contacts and use the task feature to manage your to-do list effectively.
You can modify or rescind the permissions that you've given to others to view calendars and they can do that to you, too. It's sort of like unfriending you on Facebook. All of a sudden they're calendar isn't on your people's calendars list anymore. So how do we change the settings that we have? And another question: is there a relationship between the settings here in OWA for sharing calendars and the settings if I use Outlook as well? I'm going to go to Share>Change Sharing Permissions to be able to change my permissions for sharing my calendar; because I can't change Olivia's permissions for sharing hers or Judith's, only my own. It says that I have shared my calendar with Judith and granted her reviewer permissions, and I've shared my calendar with Olivia and granted her review or permissions. Neither of them have the ability to place something on my calendar.
So if I decide that I no longer wish to share in this way with Judith, or if I want to edit it, I can click Edit. This is where I have the choice to say, you know what I just assume Judith had a little less information and go ahead and save that. Now Judith has access to my free busy, which she would have by default anyway, subject and location, so a little bit more. But she can't see for example the notes that I put in an appointment form, but Olivia can. If I decide that I don't want Judith to be in here in my calendar at all except for free/busy information, I can either edit and change it to free/busy only, which again by default I have access to because we're in the same organization and our Exchange policies give me access to everyone's free/busy information, so I can schedule meetings with them.
So I could either go back and say free/busy only or I could simply delete this and I will have that free/busy information anyway. One more thing that's important here. If you are also using Microsoft Outlook to set delegate permissions to allow users to see and interact with your calendar or your tasks or your inbox, you can't change those here. So if I wanted for example, to allow Olivia to have permission to put items on my calendar, I can't do that kind of delegation here. I can do it in Outlook.
And if I don't have access to the full Outlook client, I can talk to the people in my information technology department and ask that they change those settings for me in Microsoft Exchange, so that Olivia becomes more than a reviewer and actually an editor or an official delegate who can send documents like emails on behalf of me.
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