A Project Account is a non-personal Nexus account which is
accessible to more than one Nexus user. For example, there may be several people
who need to send emails from a common email address such as
email@example.com; or you might have a shared calendar
for group events. This section explains how to set up the permissions on such an
account if you are the account owner, and how to access a Project Account.
1. Setting up permissions for a Project Account
These instructions assume that you have already set up Outlook 2003 to access your personal Nexus account. If you are not using Outlook 2003 for your own account, then you can skip the section about creating an additional profile.
[Tools/Address Book]on the Outlook menu, and then find the project account by name. If your account is not listed, please contact the OUCS Help Centre. You will also need to know the username and Single Sign-On password of the account.
Profileto access the Project account.
[Start->Settings->Control Panel]. Double-click the Mail icon to open the Mail Setup screen:
Figure images/MailSetup1.png [Screen offering options for changing mail setup]Click on the
Show Profiles...button, and then select the option
Always use this profile, and then select your personal account from the drop-down list.
Figure images/AlwaysUse.png [Tell Outlook which profile to open by selecting it from the drop-down list]The next time you run Outlook, it will open your personal account without prompting. Note however that it remembers the username that you last used to log in, so you will need to change this on the login screen.
2. Accessing a Project Account
If you are entitled to access a Project Account, there are several options available depending on the permissions that the account owner has granted you. These are outlined on the Acting as a delegate page.