Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Write permissions include Create Items, Create Subfolders, Edit Own, and Edit All.
TIP From the Permissions page, you can change the default permission level to your
calendar and permit co-workers to view more information than only your availability.
You can delegate control of your calendar so that a co-worker or assistant can create and
respond to meeting requests on your behalf, and specify that meeting requests should be
delivered to your delegate rather than to you. You receive copies of the meeting requests
and copies of your delegate’s responses, but you don’t have to respond.
To delegate control of your calendar to another Outlook user, follow these steps:
On the Info page of the Backstage view, click Account Settings , and then click
Delegate Access .
In the Delegates dialog box, click Add to open the Add Users dialog box.