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connecting sharepoint and dynamics in seperate office 365 accounts

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We have a customer who we helped set up cloud based Dynamics CRM (office 365) for them. They have subsequently moved their email into the cloud using a new Office 365 account.

They currently also have an on premises Sharepoint installation that they also now want to move into the cloud.

They want to integrate all three parts, can this be done given they have separate Office 365 accounts for Dynamics CRM and email? Or will they have to merge Office 365 accounts first? If they do not need to merge, is it best to add the Sharepoint to the email Office 365 account or the Dynamics CRMoffice 365  account.

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I would add SharePoint to the CRM account and then check with Microsoft if the Email account can be moved to the CRM account.

The benefit of having CRM and SharePoint and CRM and Email in the same Office 365 account is that you can use server to server authentication between CRM and the other products. For email, you can still link CRM even if the O365 accounts are different - it's just more work.
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