O365 Shared Calendar: Permissions



  • This may not be the correct configuration, but it currently is working for the most part.

    Office has a <user> account set as Public for the Calendar. Most people are able to access the <public> calendar to add appointments and vacation items. Except one person (currently).

    Ideally, I would believe you would want it set as a Resource - not as a <user>, but at this moment we are not going to convert it. Trying to find the permissions that are needed to allow full access for internal staff to update the calendar. I have been looking through the admin pages, and have not found what I believe to be all that is needed.

    Pretty sure it's under:
    Exchange Admin Center; Recipients; Mailboxes (since it's a <user> calendar); Edit User



  • @gjacobse said in O365 Shared Calendar: Permissions:

    This may not be the correct configuration, but it currently is working for the most part.

    Office has a <user> account set as Public for the Calendar. Most people are able to access the <public> calendar to add appointments and vacation items. Except one person (currently).

    Ideally, I would believe you would want it set as a Resource - not as a <user>, but at this moment we are not going to convert it. Trying to find the permissions that are needed to allow full access for internal staff to update the calendar. I have been looking through the admin pages, and have not found what I believe to be all that is needed.

    Pretty sure it's under:
    Exchange Admin Center; Recipients; Mailboxes (since it's a <user> calendar); Edit User

    You'd go into the office 365 portal, find this public calendar user, go to delegation access and assign people there. (At least that is what I would do)

    Doesn't this cost a monthly fee as well?


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