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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 Mac, listed from least access to most access.

Most people only need to set permission levels for their calendar, so certain...Read more

If your manager has granted you delegate access, you have the ability to act "on behalf of" him or her. Depending on exactly how much access they've given you, you may be able to respond to meeting requests, send out meeting invitations, and handle their email messages....Read more

Terminology note: "People" were formerly called "Contacts."

Although you can type in a person's email address while you compose a message or create a meeting invitation, Outlook provides a variety of ways to store and find addresses for you.

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This page is for people who

have a CIT-managed Office 365 account (all faculty, staff, and graduate and professional students), and want to start using Outlook 2016 for Mac.

If your unit's computers are centrally managed, check with your local IT support staff before installing any...Read more

Outlook 2016 for Mac is an email and calendar application used by Cornell faculty, staff, and graduate and professional students. It is one of the applications in Microsoft Office 2016.

Outlook 2016 for Mac is available free for faculty, staff, and students; see the download link at...Read more

Due to the nature of the CUView Service, an estimate for installation can only be provided by producing a complete design customized to your specific needs and physical location in the building. An Infrastructure Engineer will perform a site visit, design your CUView system, and include an estimate...Read more

As a component of emergency communications, CUView (with the exception of optional DirecTV service) requires no monthly fees or ongoing costs to participating units. There are ongoing fees if a DirecTV subscription is added (see below).

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