2. Acting as a delegate
If another user has delegated access to their email or calendar (or other features) to you, then you have the authority to act on their behalf. You can send an email as if from them and you can also create and edit items in their calendar, and respond to meeting requests on their behalf. Depending on the permissions and options they have chosen, you may receive meeting requests sent directly to your own inbox, asking you to respond on their behalf.
[Tools/Accounts]and then double-click the name of your Nexus account in the Accounts window to bring up the
Edit Accountscreen. On this screen click the
Add...button to bring up the
Findto search. In the resulting list, click on the correct name and then click
OKto complete the process.
If you are responsible for managing another user's calendar, the easiest way to
do so is to open their
calendar. You can then create and edit calendar items, and view all
existing entries in a grid just like your own calendar. When you create a
meeting request by double-clicking on a date in their calendar, Entourage will
automatically mark the invitations as being from
Your Name on
A.N. Other and the responses will come to you as well
as the calendar owner (depending on the permissions and options chosen).
If you are responsible for managing someone's email you can send an email as if
it had come from them by going to the the compose screen menu and using the drop
down menu alongside the
From: field at the top of the message
window to set the address that this message will appear to have come from. You
can also open their inbox by clicking on that user's account where it appears in
the left hand pane of the main Entourage window and selecting the inbox within