Learn about permission granting feature in Microsoft® Outlook 2010
Furnish details about the permission granting feature in Microsoft Outlook 2010. How can one set and change permissions to view folders in Microsoft Outlook 2010?
Microsoft Outlook 2010 has been added with a number of useful features. One of the more handy features is the permission granting feature. It is very useful as the application is used among a number of users. You can see the feature to allow other users on the Exchange hosting account to view your Microsoft Outlook 2010 folders. These folders include the Calendar, Contacts and Inbox etc. There are mainly two type of permission granting available. These include the partial access and the complete access. The partial access or the select access is useful in allowing users to only view certain information. The complete access is to allow users with full access to the folders.
Here are some ways to set and change permissions to view folders in Microsoft Outlook 2010:
- Grant partial/selected access
- Grant complete access from HostPilot Control Panel
- Grant complete access from My Services
Grant partial/selected access
The partial or selected access allows persons to have limited access to your Outlook 2010 folders. To do this, you need to select the folder to be shared. You need to then right-click the folder and select the Properties option from the pop-up menu. You need to then select the Permission tab and click Add. You can then add the name of the user to which you want to grant access. Next step is to select the desired options in the Permissions and click the OK button to get the task completed.
Grant complete access from HostPilot Control Panel
You can grant complete access to Microsoft Outlook 2010 folders using the HostPilot Control Panel. To do this, you need to get the Exchange Mailboxes under the MS Exchange Server. You can then see the Display Name for the mailbox which is granting permissions to another user or mailbox. You need to select the Action button near to the Display Name. Next step is to select the Set Access to Mailbox. You need to then enter details of users who need to access the Outlook folders. Finally, you need to click the Full Access option and then select the Save Changes button.
You can grant access to folders in Microsoft Outlook 2010 using the My Service option. To do this, you need to go to the Advanced option first. You need to then select the Modify button located down to the Mailbox Access Permissions field. It will open up the Set Permissions window and you need to select the checkbox for the name of each mailbox user who need to get access to your folders. Finally, click the OK button and Save Changes button.
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