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how do you set delegate access up so 1 person can see a folder in another persons account using outlook98
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If you right click the folder you want to share in the Mailbox and select properties.

Then click on the Permissions tab. Here you can add and remove users and assign them roles (with reviewer access to more administrative privileges) to your folder.

You can also, select Options from the Tools menu and then click on the Delegates tab to add delegates with some more choices.

Once this has been setup, the user that needs access can either do a File...Open process and select their name from your address book. Or you can click on Tools...Services...Properties of Exchange Server and then click on the Advanced tab. Here you can add the name of the account you want to access and their Mailbox will open automatically you start Outlook.
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