* Author As a delegate, you can read and create items, and modify and delete items you create. For example, a delegatecan create task requests and meeting requests directly in the manager's Task or Calendar folder, and then send either item on the manager's behalf.
* Editor As a delegate, you can doeverything an Author can do, plus modify and delete the items the manager created.
* Reviewer As a delegate, you can read items; for example a delegate with Reviewer permission can read messages inanother person's Inbox.
Note Sent messages contain both the manager's and delegate's names. Message recipients see the manager's name in the Sent On Behalf Of box and the delegate's name in the Frombox.
If a delegate needs permission to work with meeting requests and responses only, the manager can select the user on the Delegates tab (Tools menu, Options command), click Permissions, and thenselect the Delegate receives copies of meeting-related messages sent to me check box. The manager does not need to grant permission to their Inbox. Meeting requests and responses will go directly tothe delegate's Inbox. The delegate will, however, need editor permission to the manager's Calendar folder, because once they respond to the meeting on behalf of the manager, the meeting is automaticallyadded to the manager's Calendar folder.
Change permissions for a delegate
1. On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Delegates tab.
2. Click the delegate (delegate: Someonegranted permission to open another person's folders, create items, and respond to requests for that person. The person granting delegate permission determines the folders the delegate can access and thechanges the delegate can make.) you want to change permissions for, and then click Permissions.
3. Change the permissions for any Microsoft Outlook folder that the delegate has access to.