As you probably know, Microsoft requests that you renew Julie’s access to your calendar every two weeks. If you’re tired of this, you’re on the right place
We found a simple and secure way for you to avoid this annoyance. The conditions : get a Manager or Executive plan and a email@example.com to share your calendar with. If you meet this criteria, here are the following steps.
If you are using Outlook on Mac, please see our related article.
- Log into your Outlook Application. Click Files > Info, then Account Settings and then choose Delegate Access
- In the Delegates Pop up window, click on Add to add Julie's email address
- Then, click on the Permissions button and :
- Choose Editor as the level of permissions
- Uncheck the "Delegate receives copied of meeting-related messages sent to me" box and "Automatically send a message to delegate summarizing these permissions"
- Check the "Delegate can see my private items" box
Julie will not share information about your private items with anyone else than you, and only when one of these event is in conflict with a meeting she is scheduling for you.
We have described the process as much as possible. The appearance could change depending on the version you’re using. If you have any questions regarding this, do not hesitate to contact the help team at Julie Desk. We would be delighted to help you.