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How to Display Exchange 2013 Calendars in Office 365 SharePoint

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Has anyone had any success with displaying Exchange room/resource calendars in Office 365 SharePoint.

We have several Exchange mailboxes for rooms/resources that our users book via meeting requests in Outlook. We would like to display the calendars for these in SharePoint (even read-only) but Exchange calendar overlays do not work in SharePoint Online (have asked Microsoft about this).

Has anyone found another way? It seems crazy to me that this is so difficult with Office 365.
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Vasil Michev (MVP) earned 500 total points
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No sorry, seems impossible with 2013. It's often discussed, but as far as I am aware there is no way to make it work. Here's a thread on the community forums with some more info: http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/158/t/143097.aspx
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Here's a link to the Office 365 feedback form if anyone else wants to give Microsoft a nudge into sorting this: http://support.microsoft.com/common/survey.aspx?scid=sw;en-us;2222&altStyle=MFE&renderOption=OverrideDefault&showpage=1&fr=1&nofrbrand=1
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by:Dleytner
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Hi, we at VirtoSoftware created Office 365 Calendar Add-in for SharePoint Online that allows to overlay any number of SharePoint Online and Exchange Online calendars.
For now it is possible to overlay only personal user's calendars, but in the next releases we plan to add meeting rooms and shared calendars.
Maybe it is not exactly what you need, but for Office 365 community it is a huge step forward.
You can try 30 day trial and test it. I would appreciate for any feedback.

Hope it helps you!
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