You can access a calendar shared by someone else and can add it to your Boxer calendar. Based on the permissions that you set, the end user can create, read, update, or delete events in a shared calendar. This feature is useful when a team requires a common calendar to work on.

You can grant the following permissions through the Exchange admin center.
  • Full Access: Allows you to access the shared mailbox. You can create calendar items, read, view, delete, and change email messages, create tasks and calendar contacts. However, you can send email from the shared mailbox only if you have the Send As permission.
  • Send As: Allows you to impersonate a shared mailbox when you send an email. For example, when you reply to a message sent to the shared mailbox, the email appears to be from the shared mailbox, and not from your email address.

To access a shared calendar, you must add the shared account in Boxer. To do that, navigate to Boxer Settings > Add account > Add shared account. You do not need a password to access a shared account. If you grant the permission, users can access a shared account.