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How can I access another Exchange user's account in Outlook 2003?

This article explains the steps to open another Exchange user's folders through Microsoft Outlook 2003. In order to open another Exchange user's folders, that user must have already added your account as a delegate. For more help on how to specify delegates, please reference How do I set up delegates in Outlook 2003?

Step 1
Launch Outlook 2003 from your computer.
Step 2
Select File Open Other User's Folder.

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Step 3
Type the Exchange user's name into the text box or click the Name button.

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Step 4
Click the Advanced and then select Find.

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Step 5
Enter a name to search into the Display name text box and then click the OK button.

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Step 6
From the search results, select a user and then click the OK button.

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Step 7
Click the OK button again.

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Step 8
The other user's folder should open up as long as the correct permissions have been granted. If you are having trouble opening another user's folder, please have that user reference How do I set up delegates in Outlook 2003?
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