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Sharing Information

When you're using Outlook as a client for an Exchange server, you can choose among three ways to share information with other people who have Exchange accounts:

  • Delegate Access— To give someone permission to access your Outlook folders and act on your behalf. For example, designating delegate access is useful if you are a manager and need an assistant to act on your behalf while you are away.

  • Public Folders— To make information available throughout a group or organization.

  • Shared Folders— To share information in your folders with several or many people in a workgroup.


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