Update 11/27/2018: Few more updates to the article.This post explains the configuration steps needed to get rich document collaboration working between Exchange Server 2016, SharePoint Server 2016, and Office Online Server, in your On-Premises environment.
Please use this link if you’re looking for configuration steps for Exchange Server 2016 On-Premises and SharePoint Online
Note that editing documents is a premium feature of OOS and requires appropriate licenses!
Follow steps from here, if the MySite Host (which gives you OneDrive for Business) is not already configured.Additionally, to enable integration of Office Online Server for document previewing and online editing, WOPI bindings must be created in the SharePoint farm.
.\Config-SPSOAuth.ps1 -ExchangeServer mail.contoso.com -MySiteHostUrl https://sp01.contoso.com/
If you have Exchange 2013 servers in your organization, do not configure an OOS endpoint at the organization level. Doing so will direct Exchange 2013 servers to use OOS, which is not supported.
Set-CASMailboxPolicy JohnR@contoso.com -OWAMailboxPolicy ODBPolicyExample 2: In this example, only users connecting to the server ‘Exch’ need to be enabled for document collaboration:
& $ExScripts\Configure-EnterprisePartnerApplication.ps1 -ApplicationType Sharepoint -AuthMetadataUrl https://sp01.contoso.com/_layouts/15/metadata/json/1
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