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How to Publish a Calendar in MS Hosted Exchange

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I can't seem to find the setting that allows me to publish a calendar of a MS hosted Exchange account (NOT Office 365).  The "Publish this calendar..." setting.  All my searches pull up answers for O365.  That is not what I need.  This is MS hosted Exchange only.

Could someone point me to the right place to turn this on?

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karislove
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Take a look at this article.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj853046(v=exchg.150).aspx

Enabling Internet calendar publishing consists of three general steps:
1.Configure the Web proxy URL for the Mailbox server (this step is only necessary if a Web proxy URL already exists in your organization, otherwise skip to step 2).

2.Enable the publishing virtual directory for the Client Access server.

3.Create a dedicated sharing policy specifically for Internet calendar publishing or update the default sharing policy to support the Anonymous domain. Either method allows users in your Exchange organization to invite other users who have Internet access to view limited calendar availability information by accessing a published URL.

You will need to do these steps using Exchange PowerShell as this cannot be done using the EAC.
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ScottCha,

Thanks for the article.  Please forgive my ignorance but I don't even know what half of that is.  In O365 this is just a matter of right clicking and choosing publish.  Is there a way to get this configured using the online tools provided by MS?

Thanks,
karislove
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ScottCha,

Alright,  I will give it a go.  

If I am on MS hosted Exchange what would by my "Client Access Server"?

Thanks,
karislove
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I have abandoned this course due to it's complexity.

ScottCha is the man regardless.

Thanks.
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