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Sync calendars across two on premise exchange 2013 servers

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Is there any way to do this? There is a two way trust between both domains, and federation is activated.

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Yes this is possible as long as you have federated trust from each forest with Microsoft Federation gateway
Check below links to setup
Overview:
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj657473(v=exchg.150).aspx

Steps:
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-IN/library/jj657483(v=exchg.150).aspx
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As I indicated, federation is already active on this set up. So I can see free/busy a cross calendars.  The issue we are having is that we have staff who actually have one email address at each domain.  So they wanted to make sure that at least their calendars could sync to each other automatically.  

So far the only way I see to accomplish this is using a third party software.  I came across Connecting Software Inc (www.connecting-software.com) and are hoping that some of you have used it before, as we are thinking about purchasing it for this purpose.
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The calendar sync functionality you looking for, this functionality is not available with Exchange yet
All you can do is, you can view Free Busy information across exchange organizations over federated trust
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