Chapter 29. Delegating Responsibilities to an Assistant

Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, when used with Microsoft Exchange Server, provides a handful of features that allow you to delegate certain responsibilities to an assistant. For example, you might want your assistant to manage your schedule, setting up appointments, meetings, and other events for you. Perhaps you want your assistant to send e-mail messages on your behalf.

This chapter explains how to delegate access to your schedule, e-mail messages, and other Outlook data, granting an assistant the ability to perform tasks in Outlook on your behalf. ...

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