If you deployed a hybrid Exchange environment (on-premises Exchange and Office 365), follow these steps to connect it to Hybrid Calendar Service. To support Hybrid Exchange environments, you must set up an Office 365 and on-premises Exchange service record on the Expressway-C.
|1||Configure Hybrid Calendar Service for on-premises Exchange by adding an Exchange service record.|
|2||Enable Hybrid Calendar Service for users who have mailboxes in on-premises Exchange.|
|3||Start Calendar Connector and ensure that the activated users are subscribed.|
|4||As a test, in a meeting invitation in Outlook, OWA, or your calendar client, add @spark to the Location field; verify that this step creates a Cisco Spark space for an activated user.|
|5||Stop the Calendar Connector. Do not proceed until you see that it fully stopped.|
|6|| Add a new exchange service record for Office 365.|
For the impersonation account domain, the actual Office 365 domain must be used (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org).
|7||Enable Hybrid Calendar Service for users who have mailboxes in Office 365.|
|8||Start Calendar Connector and ensure that activated users in both on-premises and Office 365 are subscribed.|
|9||As a test, in an Outlook invitation, add @spark to the Location field; verify that this step creates a Cisco Spark space for both on-premises Exchange and Office 365 users.|
Users with either on-premises Exchange or Office 365 mailboxes can now schedule meetings with @spark and @webex.
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