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Delegation access to different Environment in Exchange

Posted on 2014-11-12
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Hello Team,

My user is on Office 365 and other two users on which i need to add in my Delegate are on Premises Exchange 2010.

So please Confirm how we proceed in this.  is this possible to add in delegate ?

Thanks,
Andy
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serchlop earned 500 total points
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Bourne Zhang MSFT Support say

"Based on my experience, the Office 365 and Exchange Online/on-premise does not support cross-premises permission scenarios (cross-premises means share the permission between on premise and exchange online)"

in the next link
http://community.office365.com/en-us/forums/158/t/196531.aspx

other link with info

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh852414
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Thanks for this,

In this i also want to know Suppose i want to book a meeting for a Meeting Room Calendar that is on O365 and my Mailbox is on Exchange 2010 (On Premises). Then what problem i will faced in this.

Can i Book Meeting ?
Can i See bree/busy Information ?
Can i add the Room Mailbox in My Outlook if having Full Permission ?

And confirm other issue that may appear if having the above scenario

Thanks,
Andy
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Please confirm the as above update
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Can i Book Meeting ? Yes you can

Can i See bree/busy Information ? Yes you can see free/busy information for users in both forest

Can i add the Room Mailbox in My Outlook if having Full Permission ? I have not tried. Sorry.
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