Do you have shared meetings or need to schedule projects/events with your co-worker(s)?
Do you want to share your calendar with a colleague?
Follow these steps:
- Go to your calendar, right click on it and then left click Properties.
- Click on the Permissions tab. You will see the list of people who already have access to your calendar.
- To see the access permissions of an existing user, left click on their name in the list. The general permissions level is shown beside Permissions Level.
- You can add access permissions to someone who isn't shown in the list by left-clicking on the Add button, selecting the person's mailbox from the Global Address List and finally choosing the permissions level they should be provided with.
- Click on the Permission Level drop down button to chose the permission type.
- These are the types of permission you can set.
- Owner - Full access to the calendar, including the ability to add, change and remove access permissions of others.
- Publishing Editor - The ability to add, change and delete appointments and create subfolders where applicable.
- Editor - The ability to add, change and delete appointments.
- Publishing Author - The ability to create new appointments, change and delete items they have created and create subfolders where applicable.
- Author - The ability to create new appointments, change and delete items they have created.
- Contributor - The ability to create appointments. Cannot change items they have created or view other items.
- Reviewer - "Viewer" access to read all appointments.
- Custom - A specially selected set of permissions, which can be shown by examining each user's access permission.
- None - No access to the calendar (typically the default).
Note: The most common access permissions you may want to grant are Editor and Reviewer.
Video Tutorial - Outlook 2010 - Managing calendar permissions