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  • Sharing

    • Overview of Delegates and Sharing Permission Levels If your manager has granted you delegate access, you have the ability to act "on behalf of" him or her. Depending on exactly how...
    • These things are easy: Sharing your calendar Sharing your mail folders Viewing a shared calendar Viewing shared mail folders But higher levels of...
    • When sharing a mail folder or your calendar, you can choose what level of access to grant. Here's a list of the permission levels available in Outlook 2016 for Windows, listed from least access to...
    • By default, everyone can see the free/busy status of a Resource Account while proposing a meeting, but cannot open the resource's calendar. This procedure explains how the owner of a...
    • By default, everyone who has a Cornell Exchange account has limited access to your calendar. As they create a meeting invitation, they will be able to see (on the Scheduling Assistant tab) whether...
    • Sharing lets you give others access to your mail folders. You specify which folder, and the level of access, that is, whether the delegate can simply see items in a folder, or whether they can...
    • This set of steps will let you see the mailbox and calendar for a Resource Account (Exchange Group Account, Room account, or Equipment account) in your own Outlook account.
    • As you create a meeting invitation you are able to see whether others are free or busy, but you aren't able to see any other information about their schedule (such as the meeting title, who is...
    • These steps will make your manager's email folders available to you automatically, every time you use Outlook. (It might not be your manager. But for this example, it makes the sentences easier to...
    • A Resource Account is an object in the Exchange Calendar that represents a room or a piece of equipment. This article describes ways to use it, view it, and share it.