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Publishing hybrid exchange 2013 with on-premise Exchange 2007

I need desperate help in configuring this correctly.

I have a Hybrid solution which is running and I would like to now get the client publishing completed, but I am having terrible trouble finding good information on the topic and specifically how they should be applied.

I would like to achieve the client experience of connecting and whether in the cloud or still on-premise it should not matter for laptop, phone or outlook web access.

Is anyone able to assist in configuring this type of scenario or pointing me to specific resources that should be used.

Should I also have one certificate with all sans listed or should I have two certificates at the moment I have a Exchange SAN certificate and also a wildcard certificate (which is easily configurable to cater)

Please help
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ITSystemSolAuthor Commented:
Can someone tell me how they get around the Outlook Web App directing the user from one forms based login to another.

If I login I get prompted for forms based login then if I am on the Exchange 2007 I get another prompt and it usually fails open IE again and go same place and then I get through.

I did read an article talking about OWA being set to Basic did that and broke Exchange Admin centre because I could no longer open it.

I really am just trying to make the process of using the forms easier instead of the constant logins.  Thanks florin for the resources.
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florin_sCommented:
Shure, no problem, here you can research what you are looking for:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/exchange/en-US/42961acf-9774-48f8-958c-797b88ad3684/owa-redirection-issue-with-exchange-20072010-coexistence?forum=exchange2010

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2009/12/02/3408921.aspx

Silent redirection is the way to go here, I have also looked at the above links when doing it for a customer, it really explains it very good
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