Your delegate can see assigned items and, depending on the permissions you grant, can create and respond to messages, meetings and contacts on your behalf.
There are three types of delegates:
- Editor – An editor can make changes to your calendar. When you make someone an editor, you can decide to have that person receive meeting-related emails sent to you. An editor can create meetings on your behalf, as well as accept and decline meeting requests on your behalf.
- Author - An author can create meetings on your calendar, but cannot make any other changes. An author is less powerful than an editor.
- Reviewer - A reviewer can view your calendar, but cannot make any changes to it. A reviewer has the least permissions.