I am working with a customer that’s running Exchange 2010 on-premises and want to move to Office 365 in a hybrid scenario. The hybrid servers are running Exchange 2010. After implementing a hybrid scenario everything was working fine, but after some time I received calls that free/busy wasn’t working correctly anymore.
When a user with a Mailbox in Exchange online and he wants to schedule a meeting with a Mailbox in Exchange 2010 on-premsises all goes well and the user can see all free/busy information from all users.
When a user with an on-premises Mailbox (on Exchange 2010) wants to schedule a meeting with a Mailbox in Office 365 free/busy information from a Mailbox that’s not Domain joined he cannot check the availability information from Mailbox in Exchange Online as shown in the following screenshot:
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Customer wanted to enable the Exchange Online Archive on his Exchange Online Mailbox. Open the Exchange Admin Center, select the user and in the actions pane select “enable” under In-Place Archive. Continue reading Unable to perform the save operation when enabling Exchange Online Archive
After moving several users successful from Exchange 2013 on-premises to Office 365 at one point the migrated stopped (for some users) with the following error message: “You can’t use the domain because it’s not an accepted domain for your organization”:
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Recently I was doing a project with Exchange 2013 on-premises and Exchange Online in a hybrid configuration (with ADFS etc.). Exchange 2013 was connected to the Internet using a (Juniper) firewall, so no TMG involved. Exchange 2013 was functioning properly.
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You can assign a license to a user using the Microsoft Portal, just select the user and in the Action Pane select License. Depending on the licenses you got available you can assign it (in this example an E3 license) and set the user’s location (in this example Netherlands):
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