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Outlook calendar permissions and forwarding invites

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Outlook calendar permissions and forwarding invites

I need to forward invites from my colleague's calendar to another colleague. When I click on items, I don't have permission to view and am prompted to request sharing his calendar. Which permissions do I need please to be able to forward invites- limited details or full details?

RE: Outlook calendar permissions and forwarding invites

Just to clarify, I am also unsure about how to forward invites from someone's calendar which I don't have in my own calendar. I wonder whether the permissions issue would resolve this second forwarding issue or not.

RE: Outlook calendar permissions and forwarding invites

Hi Charlotte

The person who owns the account you wish to forward messages from can grant you additional access by going to Accounts Settings - Delegate Access

From here if they change the permissions, for the calendar, to Editor this will give you the ability to not only Read, but to Write (sending to others) any invites.

You should be able to view the persons calendar in your own outlook, check the Calendar boxes (normally located bottom left of the screen).

I hope this helps.

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