ON-PREMISE Lync Server 2010 with Office 365 Lync connectivity

Posted on 2012-09-21
Last Modified: 2012-11-02
Hello All

I have Lync 2010 running in my shop connecting to Exchange 2003 users. Some remote users have Office 365 and are running Lync. I would like the On_Premise users to communicate with the Online Office 365 users.
I tried the following but it's not working. I tried the following with no success

Any ideas
Question by:FalconTwo
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    Please let me know what error or problem you facing while with this url


    Please refer to the article:
    To federate Lync On-premise and Lync Online, please refer to the thread below:

    For obtain more information of Lync on-premise, you can find the Lync On-premise forum resource with following link:

    and please get us with your feedback.

    Author Comment

    Still working on it. I believe I have to have an edge server on the perimeter
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