Office Accelerator® Support

Manage User Proxies (User Logins Tab)

Proxies are other Office Accelerator users within your account that can share contacts and calendars. To make an Office Accelerator users proxy to another user, follow the directions below.

  • Open the Office Accelerator Administration App by selecting|File|Administrator|Add/Remove Users (Administration App) | and click the |User Logins| tab. Select the user in the list that you would like to make proxy to another user and click the |Edit User| button. Within the |Proxy To| section of the |User Properties| dialog box, click the |Edit| button and select the users you wish to make proxy. Click the |OK| button to save your selections, then click the |Save| button to save the user properties. Office Accelerator Administrator App - Setting User Proxies
  • In this example, the user James Clifford has been made proxy to Ralph Brackert, Robert Dole, and Chris Furgis. This means that James Clifford has access to Ralph Brackert, Robert Dole, and Chris Furgis's personal contacts and calendar. However, even if James Clifford is made 'proxy to' Ralph Brackert, Robert Dole, and Chris Furgis personal contacts, access level on contacts owned my Ralph Brackert, Robert Dole, and Chris Furgis must be set to one of the following: Owner or Proxies Only|, Everyone, Full Access for Owner and Proxies Read-Only Access to All Contact data for Others, or Full Access for Owners and Proxies Read-Only Access to name, address phones, emails and web sites for Others. If Ralph Brackert, Robert Dole, and Chris Furgis did not want James Clifford to view all or some of there personal contacts , Ralph Brackert, Robert Dole, and Chris Furgis can set contact access levels on there personal contacts to |Owner Only|. Although contact access level does not exist for shared calendars, Ralph Brackert, Robert Dole, and Chris Furgis could mark items within there calendar as 'Private'. Private calendar items can be viewed only by the owner of the calendar event.