Delegate Access Office 2010 and 2013
- Open Outlook and click on the File tab
- Click Account Settings then select Delegate Access
- Select your delegate’s name from the Global Address book. Only a person listed in the Global Address book can be a delegate.
- Note the permission that you want to allow your delegate. The default is that the delegate receives all meeting requests and responses to the request, but will send a copy to you.
- Once the delegate is selected, you then must set the other permissions. In most cases, the delegate should be given Editor level permissions. Editors can read, create, and modify items, such as calendar appointments.
- Permissions may be set for Tasks, Inbox, Contacts, Notes, Journal
- Generally you will want to check to send the delegate a summary of the permissions you have set.
- After permissions have been set, click OK.