Sharing Office 365 Calendar with External Users

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My Client wants to be able to share his Office 365 (Plan E3) Calendar with external, trusted, users that do not have Office 365.

On my own Office 365 (also E3) I have enabled Calendar Sharing as per this article. I have then added my external icloud (@me.com) address within the Outlook 365 Web App.

In my @me.com mailbox I get the invite:
1---invite.JPGI click on the 'Accept and view calnedar' button, it asks me to log in, I used the MS Live ID I have that matches my iCloud email address and I get:
2---error.JPG
Is this even possible?

Thanks
Mark
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
You cannot use this method to share with unauthenticated (non-Office 365) users. It only works for O365 ones, and specifically with ones that allow the intra-org sharing.

Calendar Publishing is something that might work in your case: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Turn-on-calendar-publishing-so-people-can-share-information-eb432e21-aaf0-466b-bf85-cefec0c7c4fc

However, it's read-only, no edit rights can be granted.
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