1. Adding a delegate

From the Outlook menu, click [Tools/Options] and go to the Delegates tab:
Delegates tab shows a list of existing delegates (empty)
Click Add...:
A list of Nexus users to choose from
Select the person you want to add as a delegate (type in the beginning of their name to zoom), click Add to add them to the box at the bottom, and then click OK. A new screen will open, where you can set their permissions:
Individual permissions can be set for calendar, tasks, inbox,
                            contacts, notes and journal
Set your desired permission levels for each of the features, and click OK. You will now return to the list of delegates, with the new person showing:
The list of delegates now includes the person you just
                            added
Click OK to complete the process. You can change their permissions at a later date by returning to this screen, clicking on their name, and then clicking Permissions or Remove.
Please note that if you are not delegating access to all your email folders, delegates may not be able to see the delegated ones unless you make the containing folder visible. To do this:
  1. Right-click on Mailbox - Your Username (top of the list of email folders in the left-hand Mail pane in Outlook). Select Sharing.
  2. When the Properties window opens, select the Permissions tab
  3. If the delegate is not in the list of names displayed, click Add and select the user from the list.
  4. Once the delegate is listed, click on their name and then tick the box saying Folder Visible
    Permissions tab. Permissions set to Folder Visible
  5. Click OK to complete.

The delegate can now see your list of mailboxes, but can only access (read messages, reply, etc) the one(s) for which access has been delegated.

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