new outlook for MAC

Rising Flight 3,891 Reputation points
2024-04-28T21:14:48.08+00:00

Hi all

I'm not very familiar with MAC as I use Windows. some users have reported an issue with Outlook for MAC. when User1 double-clicks on another user, let's say User2 in Outlook for MAC, under the overview tab of User2, User1 can see User2's contact information and who they report to. Additionally, User1 is able to view emails that User2 has shared with another user, such as User3. Has anyone else encountered this issue? If so, how can I prevent User1 from viewing emails of other users?

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  1. S.Sengupta 15,766 Reputation points MVP
    2024-04-29T01:44:17.1833333+00:00

    Outlook for Mac doesn't have built-in granular permission controls to prevent a user (User1) from seeing another user's (User2) contact information, manager details, or shared emails with other users (User3) within the same overview tab.

    If you're using Office 365 and managing user access through Groups, ensure User1 doesn't have unnecessary permissions within the group that User2 belongs to. Permissions within Groups can control access to emails shared within the group.

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