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coexistence exchange 2010 and office 365

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          May i know how to coexistence exchange 2010 and office 365 . I want to know how many certificate need to  buy ? Is there any additional server require? Please share experience with your deployment for office 365 and exchange 2010 . All the mailbox from exchange server send to office 365 users by smtp ?
 Federated Delegation and exchange  need to buy 2 certificate ?


Is it possible to provide me step by step deployment guide ?
Thank you so much


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