A quick terminology guide
- Sharing a calendar allows someone access to that folder. For each person, you specify the level of access, from read-only up through full create/edit/delete privileges.
- Delegate access lets someone act "on behalf of" you. When you grant delegate access, messages or calendar event invitations will come from an address in this format: Annie Assistant on behalf of Mary Manager. You can grant Delegate access with any level of sharing (or with no sharing at all).
- Send As rights allow someone to send messages, replies, and calendar event invitations in the persona of that person. This is most commonly used with Exchange Group Accounts. For example, Annie Assistant could send a message that comes from "Limnology Department" rather than her own email address.
Let specific people manage your calendar
Outlook 2007 - Managing Delegate Access
The ability to grant delegate access to your calendar is not currently available from OWA.
Manage someone else's calendar
Outlook 2007 - Viewing a Shared Calendar and Acting "On Behalf Of"
Outlook Web App - Viewing a Shared Calendar
The ability to act "on behalf of" is not currently available from OWA.