03-16-2020 08:40 AM
03-16-2020 09:12 AMSolution
03-16-2020 09:50 AM
@Taen keren This would be us - we're still on premise Exchange. These are what I've run into.
No calendar within Teams - though you can still do 'meet me' and use the meeting button in Outlook (which will install when you install the Teams desktop app)
Sending email in flow can't be done by the Outlook connector, have to use the general mail connector.
You can't use outlook.com but you can use autodiscover.firemtn.com/owa if you have it enabled for users.
No ToDo integration with Outlook and Planner. Planner comments are stored in Exchange and won't be available - no emails will go out
Out of Office settings in Outlook won't transfer over to Teams.
No access to group calendar of the team office group.
SharePoint News connectors don't work.
No sticky notes.
03-18-2020 05:11 PM
04-01-2020 06:28 AM
to get the calendar in Teams with on premise exchange you require oAuth to be running. This can be done via exchange hybrid (Full) or minimal hybrid + https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/configure-oauth-authentication-between-exchange-and-exchan...
04-01-2020 07:17 AM
Wlll check it out when we all get back to the office - we never had time to start our hybrid setup before we all started working from home. We were going to at least set up hybrid and leave the mailboxes on prem.
I've saved this link in our planner plan, though, so once we regroup we'll take a look at it. Thanks!
04-01-2020 01:27 PM
Hybrid deployments require the latest Cumulative Update (CU) or Update Rollup (RU) that's available for your version of Exchange. If you can't install the latest update, the immediately previous release is also supported.
CU16 is the latest; March 2020
07-07-2020 12:46 AM