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To begin with, Microsoft Outlook gives you incredible capabilities, and one of these is your delegate access. To make it easy, it’s like having someone to create and manage your meetings, on your behalf.
But you never know what level of skills you're dealing with, so we'll cover all the bases.
In the end, you should have a much faster Outlook experience. There are times when Microsoft might update Exchange.
This person, who does it, is called as a delegate, meaning, you are delegating your tasks.
Now when you have someone, to do that, you got to set the level of privileges as well for it, which you accomplish by the below levels.