The Permissions tab on the Calendar Properties window displays a full list of people whom you have shared your calendar with, as well as their permission level. You can also access the Calendar Properties window by right-clicking the calendar you want to check.
Find the Owner(s) of a Distribution List
- Open your address book, then search for and open the distribution list. …
- View the DL owner. …
- Log into Outlook on the web. …
- Access the People icon… …
- Search the Directory for the distribution list. …
- Click “Members”.
- View the owner(s) for the DL.
Navigate to Calendar pane, right click the calendar from the list, go to the Properties window. From there, select the permissions tab and add the desired user (you) with the Owner permission level. Then click OK to save the settings.
How to Detect Who Was Accessing Shared Mailbox in Office 365
- Open Exchange Administration Center → Navigate to “Compliance Management” Auditing.
- Click “Run a non-owner mailbox access report”. …
- To view non-owner access to a specific mailbox Click on a mailbox to view all non-owner access events with the details.
On the Home tab of the ribbon, in the Manage Calendars section, click Open Calendar, then Open Shared Calendar. In the Open a Shared Calendar dialog box, type all or part of the person’s name (or their NetID). Select the person you’re looking for then click OK.
How do I view someone else’s calendar in Outlook?
Click the Calendar button on the navigation pane.
- Click the Open Calendar drop down menu. Select Open Shared Calendar…
- Click the Name… button.
- Select the name of the person whose calendar you would like to view from the list. Click OK. …
- Click OK.
- The shared calendar will appear on the right side of your screen. …
Open the shared mailbox in a separate browser window
- Sign in to your account in Outlook on the web.
- On the Outlook on the web navigation bar, click your name. A list appears.
- Click Open another mailbox.
- Type the email address of the other mailbox that you want to open, and then click Open.
How can I tell who has access to my Outlook mailbox?
Check Your Account Activity
After you sign into your Outlook.com email dashboard, click your name in the upper right corner of the Web page, and then select “Account Settings.” Enter your account password when prompted, and then select “Recent Activity.” Scroll down the page to view the list of activities.
How can I tell who has access to my mailbox?
You have to enable mailbox audit logging for each mailbox that you want to track non-owner access. Office 365 (Exchange Online) also provides the mailbox audit logging through which you can track access to mailboxes by someone other than the mailbox owner. Select Manage My Organization > Roles & Auditing > Auditing.
Right-click on shared calendar then choose properties. Under permissions tab, click add to choose a user or a group, click OK to close window. In the Permission Level option, choose Owner in drop-down list. Then click OK to apply this change.
You can get a list of shared mailboxes permissions using the Get-Mailbox -RecipientTypeDetails SharedMailbox -ResultSize:Unlimited | Get-MailboxPermission command.