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In Conference Manager -> Set Up -> Inviting Papers and Discussion, there is an option:
Set Up an Internal Review System -- Conference directors or designates review and select from among submissions.
which seems like exactly what my conference needs. However, I can't figure out how others will have access to papers to review without my giving them the admin password. However, this would give them too much access -- it would give them access to the whole conference set up, which could be disastrous.
Is there some way to give usernames and passwords to people that will give them access only to papers and give them the power to accept and reject papers?
No, it's not currently possible to give someone access to all papers without providing them with admin access.
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Ok, thanks. I guess I will use the reviewer function, then, even if it is a bit misleading.
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