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Setting access permissions
Many times, a busy executive gives his or her assistant the right to view and
even edit the executive’s entire Outlook account right from the assistant’s
desk. That way, the assistant organizes what the executive does and the
executive just goes out and does the job. This is known as granting access
permissions, which is a lot like naming a delegate, described in this chapter’s
“Giving delegate permissions.”
When you grant access permissions, however, the power you’re giving is
broader than simply delegate permissions; you’re giving the assistant
permission to use the entire account.
Before someone can access your account, you have to give them permission
by following these steps:
1. Right-click your account name in the Folder list.
Your account name is above the Inbox icon. When you right-click your
account name, a shortcut menu appears.
2. Choose Folder Permissions.
The Permissions dialog box appears (see Figure 14-13).
Figure 14-13:
You can
grant
permission to
view your
folders to
anyone on
your
network.
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