troubleshooting Question

ACLableSyncedObjectEnabled checking status for cross permissions of exchange 2016 and the cloud exchange

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Office 365 moving from Exchange 2016 cu 16. Hybrid environment. moved three users. working fine having issue with full permissions, send as, and send on behalf.
I am one of the users that moved to office 365 for testing. gave myself full permission on one of the mailbox on the premises. I had to add it manually in the account settings, more settings, advanced, add. it took time to open and i can see everything in that mailbox in outlook.

I assume auto-mapping does not work in the environment even though everything on the internet says that it should.
3 days later , I added another mailbox full permission to my mailbox, add it in outlook, and i cannot open it to see that mailbox. the old one that i added works fine.

my issue how do i check what Microsoft documents talking about checking

"Set-OrganizationConfig -ACLableSyncedObjectEnabled $True"

it should be applied to Exchange 2013 and some documents says i need to apply it to Exchange 16 too.
Also, it needs to be applied before you move any mailbox, otherwise you have to set permissions manually.

my question how do i check ACLableSyncedObjectEnabled and other attributes related to delegation permissions between on the premises and the cloud organization.
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