Office 365 (Outlook 2011) - Become a delegate or stop being a delegate

You can give a delegate access to your calendar, address book, and inbox, and you can set permissions that define the activities that delegates can carry out for you.

Before you can become a delegate, another person must grant you delegate access to your account. You may receive an e-mail notifying you that you have delegate access. Then, to access the items that you are a delegate for, you must add the person who granted you access to your People I am a delegate for list. When you want to stop being a delegate for someone, you need to remove the person from the list.

Do any of the following:

HideBecome a delegate for someone else

  1. On the Tools menu, click Accounts.
  2. Click the Exchange account that you will use to access the delegated items, click Advanced, and then click the Delegates tab.
  3. Under People I am a delegate for, click Add add.
  4. Type the name of the person who has added you as a delegate, and then click Find.
  5. Click the delegate's name, and then click OK.

HideStop being a delegate

  1. On the Tools menu, click Accounts.
  2. Click the Exchange account that you want to change, click Advanced, and then click the Delegates tab.
  3. Under People I am a delegate for, click the person that you want to stop being a delegate for, and then click Delete delete.

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Keywords:microsoft office 365 outlook 2011 calendaring calendars emails contacts tasks events notes overview sharing share delegates delegation permissions access rights o365 remove   Doc ID:31596
Owner:Ara M.Group:Office 365
Created:2013-07-15 13:47 CDTUpdated:2015-11-12 13:56 CDT
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