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Sync Office 365 with Project Server 2010

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Does anyone know if I can sync task lists between Outlook Clients and Project Server?  The catch is that I have Office 365 so the standard setup of Exchange integration won't work.  I know that if each user had a Microsoft Project client installed on their machines, there is a built in feature to sync with Outlook.  But most users don't have that client and just access Project through the webapp.

I would like this to be a two way sync.  If a Project manager assigns tasks, then the user gets those tasks in Outlook.  If a user completes a task and updates the status in outlook, then the Project server is updated.

Everywhere I look, it seems the only way to do this is to use an onsite Exchange server.  Anyone had success with O365?  Thanks,
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the only way this would work is if you set up ADFS, with a hybrid setup of exchange on premise and exchange online.  link below explains the process in detail.  

http://onlinehelp.microsoft.com/office365-enterprises/ff652539.aspx
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