Delegating and sharing public folders


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Delegating and sharing public folders

If you're working on a corporate Exchange Server, you have the luxury of being able to share folders and delegate Outlook data between administrators and support staff. You can assign delegates by giving permission either at the account level or on a folder-by-folder basis. To allow another user access to your entire account, go up to the Tools menu and choose Accounts at the bottom. Select the account for what you're giving these permissions and come down to the Advanced button. Select the Delegates tab. You have the option of allowing others to work on your behalf in the upper window or in the lower window you can become the delegate of your supervisor.

We'll start at the top. Click on the plus sign and search for someone in your contacts, or on your Exchange Server. I'll assign Greg, my assistant. I'll type his name and click Find. When his name comes up, I'll click on it and click OK. Now I get a detailed window allowing me to assign him permission to view my Outlo...

Delegating and sharing public folders
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Delegating and sharing public folders provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Outlook for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Outlook for Mac
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