You are all set with adding a delegate but now how do you give them the priviliges?
Now when you assign some delegate as an Editor, you are giving him/her, the privileges of creating meeting requests, sending meeting requests, editing and deleting meeting requests as well.
In addition, he/she can also be given access to receive mails pertaining the meetings, PRIVATE ITEMS and also accept and reject meetings on your behalf.
You could also assign a delegate as an Author, giving him/her the privileges of creating meeting requests and reading through your Calendar, PRIVATE ITEMS but he/she cannot modify or delete meeting requests.
They can be given access to receive mails pertaining the meetings however.
This issue has been reported in organizations with Microsoft Exchange, Outlook (2003, 2007, 2010 or 2013), Apple i Phones/i Pads/i Pods, Active Sync devices, Apple Macs running Entourage or Outlook 2011, and RIM Blackberries.
For more information see: Exchange Outlook Calendaring Problems.
Exchange itself is usually not the root of the problem, the mail clients (Active Sync, i OS devices, Blackberries, i Cal) and their connectivity protocol tend to be the culprits. For instance, if someone accepts a meeting at 9am on an i Phone and a delegate declines it at am on a PC, but the i Phone is out of signal range and doesn't sync the meeting until say am., what happens to the meeting?
Microsoft Outlook is undeniably the best feature rich application blending your online and offline transitions perfectly with its proficient capabilities on all your emails, contacts, calendar and meetings.
To begin with, Microsoft Outlook gives you incredible capabilities, and one of these is your delegate access. To make it easy, it’s like having someone to create and manage your meetings, on your behalf.
This person, who does it, is called as a delegate, meaning, you are delegating your tasks.
Now when you have someone, to do that, you got to set the level of privileges as well for it, which you accomplish by the below levels.