Allow another person to access your emails
Alternatives to sending attachments
To share files with colleagues, consider alternatives such as:
- Saving the document to a shared location on the departmental X: drive and sending a link to the document instead.
- Compress large attachments, using windows compression or 7-zip
Share a folder
You can give someone access to a folder in your mailbox by giving them permissions.
Giving someone Delegate Access gives them access to your folders and permission to send email messages on your behalf.
Open another person’s folder
If you have been given permission to access someone else’s folder you can open the folder in Outlook.
Use Public Folders
Public folders allow information to be shared amongst groups of people using Outlook.
Add an additional mailbox
If you have a shared mailbox, you can open this account in Outlook. You will then be able to send and receive emails from this mailbox.