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Calender Sharing Permissions

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Calender Sharing Permissions

Hello there,

Could you please help me with calendar permissions. I used to be able to access my boss' calendar and add in appointments, change details on appointments (such as change the time or add in information) but for an unknown reason this has changed.

Which calendar permissions do I need, and how do I do this? I need to be able to add in appointments without it emailing him first, full access to appointments and the ability to add in information without having to email notify him first.

How do I do this? I have tried to send him an email request for full details, but it does not grant me that ability. I have also tried to change the settings in calendar permissions to editor but it does not do anything.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Many thanks,

Sophie

RE: Calender Sharing Permissions

Hi Sophie,

Thank you for your question and welcome to the forum.

The first step is to access the calendar for your boss via his or her pc. Select Calendar from the navigation pane and then on the Home tab and Share group, click Share.

Here is a link that has step by step instructions.

http://lis.dickinson.edu/technology/training/tutorials/2010/outlook/calendar_grant.pdf

I hope this answers your question.

Regards

Simon

RE: Calender Sharing Permissions

Hello Simon,

Thank you for your quick reply. That document was very helpful. I was making changes to my calendar, not his!

Many thanks for your help,

Sophie

 

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