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  • Microsoft Outlook - Delegate Access on a PC



    Delegate access to your email and/or calendar to someone else.

    1. In Microsoft Outlook, click File, and choose Delegates from the Account Settings drop-down menu.
    2. Click Add and find user(s) to delegate access to.
    3. Adjust the permissions settings and click OK .

    Detail: Step by step:

    You may need to delegate access to your emails or calendar to allow someone to make appointments for you, or answer emails on your behalf. Use this guide to assist you through the proper steps to delegate access.

    Step 1: Open Microsoft Outlook .

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    Step 2:  Click File in the upper left-hand corner.

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    Step 3:  Click on the Account Settings  arrow to open the drop-down menu

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    Step 4: Choose Delegate Access .

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    Step 5:  Click Add .

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    Step 6: Use the search box to find people to add. Select their name(s) ad click Add . Then click OK .

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    Step 7. Adjust the permissions settings and click OK . Most often to allow someone to make calendar appointments or answer emails, they'll need to be an Editor.

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    Last Reviewed on: 2015-01-02