What Permissions Must a User have in Order to Schedule on Behalf of Another Host Within Outlook?

If you need to assign a delegate, you share your calendar with the user in Microsoft Outlook.

What permissions must a user have in order to schedule on behalf of another host within Outlook?

How do I schedule a meeting on another person's calendar?

How do I assign a delegate to schedule on behalf of another host?

What permissions are needed to allow schedule on behalf of with Outlook?


Solution:

The following criteria must be met to schedule a meeting on behalf of another host:

  • The person you are scheduling a meeting for must have a host account on the same Webex site.
    • Note:  The user scheduling the meeting does not require any meeting service types enabled for their account.
  • The person you are scheduling a meeting for has granted your account permission to schedule meetings.
  • The person you are scheduling for has granted you delegate access to their mailbox and calendar.
 

To assign a delegate in Outlook:

Outlook 2016

  1. Click on the File tab, then click the Account Settings button.
  2. In the list that appears, select Delegate Access.
  3. Click the Add... button.
  4. Select the delegate's name, then click OK.
  5. In the Delegate Permissions dialog box, select Editor in the Calendar drop-down list, then click OK.
Outlook 2011 for Mac
  1. Open Outlook.
  2. Click on the Tools menu.
  3. Click on Accounts.
  4. In the Accounts dialog box, select your account from the left side of the screen.
  5. Click Advanced.
  6. Click the Delegates tab.
  7. Click Add.
  8. Select the Delegate's name, then click OK.
  9. In the Delegates Permissions dialog box, select Editor in the Calendar drop-down list, then click OK.

Afterwards, you must specify this individual as someone who is authorized to schedule on your behalf on the Webex website.

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