Cross-org free/busy between one -on-prem org and another hybrid org

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Hi. Could anyone advise on cross-org free/busy calendar sharing between two organisations - where one is on-premises, and the other is hybrid?  Will a user in the on-prem org be able to see free/busy information for all users in the other organisation - some on-prem, and some on-line?  Any article I can refer to?  Thank you.

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HI@GarWallis ,

 

The below links will help you to share your calendar outside organization.

https://msexchangeguru.com/2016/09/30/e2013-2016-multi-org-calendar-sharing/ 

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/sharing/organization-relationships/create-an-organization-...

 

I hope this is informative.

 

Regards,

MD

 

 

@MDadarkar , thanks for replying.  However, your article reference doesn't address the hybrid environment.

 

For anyone who is interested, I found this reference which does seem to understand and address the issue of Cross-org/Inter-org Calendar Free/Busy sharing - The Hybrid Mesh - Microsoft Tech Community

 

Hi @GarWallis ,

 

Please try these PowerShell commands,.

 

 

Get-Mailbox YourMailbox | fl *sharing*

Get-SharingPolicy -Identity "Default Sharing Policy"


******* Creates the sharing policy "PolicyName" for two different federated domains (ExternalOrg2.com and ExternalOrg1.com) with different sharing actions configured for each domain

 

New-SharingPolicy -Name "PolicyName" -Domains 'ExternalOrg1.com: CalendarSharingFreeBusyReviewer', 'ExternalOrg2.com: CalendarSharingFreeBusyDetail' -Enabled $True

 

*********This example modifies the sharing policy for the non-federated Anonymous domain.
This policy allows users in the Anonymous domain to see your users' detailed calendar availability (free/busy) information. .

 

New-SharingPolicy -Name "Non-Fed_External" -Domains 'Anonymous: CalendarSharingFreeBusyDetail' -Enabled $true

 

*****************Set SharingPolicy on user
Get-Mailbox -Identity "YourMailbox" | Set-Mailbox -SharingPolicy "PolicyName"

***************Adding a domain to an existing policy (you must include any previously included domains.)


Set-SharingPolicy -Identity "PolicyName" -Domains 'ExternalOrg1.com: CalendarSharingFreeBusySimple', 'ExternalOrg2.com: CalendarSharingFreeBusyReviewer'


Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited | Where {$_.SharingPolicy -eq "PolicyName"} | format-table Alias,EmailAddresses

 

*********Enable Sharing Policy
Set-SharingPolicy -Identity "PolicyName" -Enabled $True

 

I hope this is informative.

 

Regards,

MD