How To Add/Remove Gmail Mail Delegation:
By delegating Gmail account, a contact you have chosen will be able to send and reply to mails that were sent to you. The name of the sender will appear along with your address like Michael (Sent by Smith). He/she will be able to read, delete and manage your contacts. The things that your Gmail delegate can’t access to include your Gmail chatting, password recovery and account settings.
How To Add A Delegate:
You can add as many as 10 delegates to your Gmail account who can send, reply, and delete emails on your behalf but cannot change your password or account settings. An organization like school, college, a business unit, etc. can add up as many as 25 delegates. But at the same time there is no limit how many accounts you may be a delegate for.
Steps To Delegate A User To Your Account:
Log into your Gmail account
Click settings> Accounts and Import tab
Visit Grant access to your account” section
Click to add another account (Note, if you are using your Gmail through a company, it may restrict your delegation)
You can contact your admin for permission
Enter the email address of the person you want to add as a delegate
Click next and send email to your delegate to grant access.
Once the person will confirm your request, you may be able to see the person as delegate with-in a maximum span of 24 hours
Note: If for a week, the person does not confirm your email, the invitation will expire automatically.
How To Remove A Delegate
If after some time, you will feel needed to remove this added delegate, follow these five easy steps:
Sign in your Gmail account
Click settings >Click Accounts and Import Tab
Visit “Grant access to your account” section
Click Delete next to the account you want to remove.
This way you have successfully removed your delegate