Grant Another User Permission To Send Messages On Your Behalf (Outlook 2003)

Outlook 2003 allows you to grant another user permission to send e-mail messages on your behalf. For example, if you are away from the office you may want another user in the office to respond to your e-mails until you return.

You can permit another user to send e-mails on your behalf by completing the process listed below:

  1. Within Outlook, click Tools, and click Options. The Options dialog box will appear.

  2. Click the Delegates tab.
  3. Click the Add button.
  4. From the list, select the user you want to grant permission to.
  5. Click the Add button.
  6. Click OK. The Delegate Permissions dialog box will appear.
  7. Click on the Inbox drop down arrow. Click either Author or Editor.
  8. Click OK.
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