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Microsoft Entourage 2008

Granting Others Access to Your Calendar

Establishing permissions allows you to determine who you share your Calendar with and the kind of access those people have to your Calendar. Access can be provided to allow others to make appointments on your Calendar or for others to merely view your Calendar. For more information on how to share your Calendar, refer to Shared Calendars

return to topGranting Access to Your Calendar

The following section provides instructions for granting other users access to your Calendar.

  1. From the Navigation pane, click MAILMail button

  2. Press [control] and click the Calendar folder » select Sharing
    The Folder Properties: Calendar dialog box appears. 
    Folder Properties: Calendar dialog box

  3. Select the Permissions tab

  4. Click ADD USER...
    The Select User dialog box appears.
    Select User dialog box

  5. In the text box, type the user name or list name with which you would like to share your Calendar

  6. Click FIND

  7. From the scroll box, select the name(s) of users with which you would like to share your Calendar 

  8. Click OK
    The name appears in the Folder Properties: Calendar dialog box.

  9. OPTIONAL: To add additional users, repeat steps 4–8

  10. Under Name, select the name or group you have just added

  11. From the Permission Level pull-down list, select the appropriate choice
    NOTE: Based on your selection, the default permissions for that level appear checked. 
    Permissions options

  12. Select or deselect the specific permissions given for that level as appropriate

  13. If you added more than one group or individual, assign their permission level by repeating steps 10–12

  14. Click OK

return to topRemoving Access to Your Calendar

The following section provides instructions for removing other users access to your Calendar.

  1. From the Navigation pane, click MAILMail button

  2. Press [control] and click the Calendar folder » select Sharing
    The Folder Properties: Calendar dialog box appears. 

  3. Select the Permissions tab

  4. Under Name, select the name you wish to remove
    Folder Properties: Calendar dialog box

  5. Click REMOVE

  6. Click OK

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