Redtail Webmail affords users the ability to share mailbox folders, contacts, calendars, and tasks with other users. When you delegate access with internal users or groups, you choose the type of access you wish to grant.
The delegation of access is a simple process that we will explore below. This post will focus on the sharing of a Contacts folder.
First off, you will want to log into Redtail Webmail. If you need assistance with accessing webmail, click here.
Once you are logged into your webmail account, click the Contacts tab:
Then, locate the Contact folder you wish to share within your Contacts hierarchy pane to the left and right-click on the folder. From the context menu, choose Share:
You can then choose appropriate permissions from the Sharing Permissions drop-down:
Your sharing options are:
Users can view all contacts under the shared folder but cannot make changes to that folder.
View, edit, add, and remove
Users have permission to view and edit the contents of a folder, create new subfolders, present items on your behalf, and delete items from the folder.
View, edit, add, remove, and administer
Users have permission to view and edit the content of a shared folder, create new subfolders, present on your behalf, delete items from the shared folder, and share the folder with others.
After choosing your desired sharing option, enter the email address(s) with whom to share the contact folder and click "Save" for the changes to take effect.