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Delegate rights in Outlook2003

What are the "best practices" for setting up delegate rights in Outlook2003?  We just went from 2002 to 2003 and we're finding that users are seeing many more folders than they should be.
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SLafferty1983Commented:
Typically you would use the delegates tab in Options. You can choose the Calendar, Tasks, Inbox, Contacts, Notes and the Journal. If you do not want them to access more folders that are in the Inbox, you can move them out of the Inbox to a seperate folder.

Hope this helps.
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gasparimAuthor Commented:
I should have been more specific.  We know how to set up a delegate with the options tab.  But we always set up access at the very top level of the maibox and those options could be:  Reviewer, Publishing Editior, Owner, Editor, etc.  What would be the proper access for a user to have access to someone else's calendar:  EG:  the user would be given Editor rights on the calendar but what should they be set up as on the Mailbox leve.  We are seeing too many inconsistencies and would like to get the "best practices" for this procedure.  
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SLafferty1983Commented:
They dont have to have any rights on the mailbox. They only need to be delegated through Outlook to have access to the calendar.
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