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Posted on 2003-12-06
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I need a step-by-step on how to allow access and full control of my calendar in Outlook. Network at my office uses Window XP Pro and Office XP. I want to let the person responsible for travel arrangements full access and control over my personal calendar so that she can add, edit, delete, etc. Thanks.
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u can use delagate function.
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Right click calendar, go to permissions, at specific permissions for whoever needs access to that object.
Do the same for contacts.
From the other client, to open the folder, open Outlook, go to File, Open - Open Other User's Folder put the above person's name in the mailbox and choose either the calendar or contacts folder.
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You may also want to see this


Sharing Microsoft Outlook Calendar and Contacts
http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/share.htm#netfolders

Sunray
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Never knew the delegate function existed. Thanks
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