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Exchange 2010 Rich Coexistence

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Hello All,

Is there a good documentation on Exchange 2010 Rich Coexistence Configuration, Procedures,etc? I can not find anythign within the community site.

Thanks for your help

Jose

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  • Oh and here is yet another great piece of information to go along with your project.

    help.outlook.com/.../ff383252.aspx

    Of course you will need a seperate environment for federation in beta.  We do not support using a 9.x environment in beta. So if you  do this make sure you plan it carefully. That you have backups fo all your files.  That you document it as you go. Because you're going to have to fix it later. We're not allowed to help.

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  • Hi Joseg,

    Here are some community resources on 2010 rich coexistence.

    This is by the author Evan Dodds.

    blogs.technet.com/.../teched-2010-rich-coexistence.aspx

    He states;

    "At TechEd 2010 in New Orleans a week or two ago, I gave a talk entitled “Using Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 to Achieve Rich Coexistence with Exchange Online”. One of the cool things about TechEd talks is that now they’re recording them and posting them publicly for access by anyone, so if this is a topic that interests you, you might want to have a look at:

    www.msteched.com/.../UNC309

    What is “Rich Coexistence”? Well, it’s when you’ve configured Exchange to run on your premises and you’ve configured coexistence with the cloud… *AND* you’ve put at least one Exchange 2010 SP1 CAS/HUB server role in your on-prem environment as a “coexistence gateway”. Once you’ve got this set-up, your Exchange organization can be configured to appear to span both on-prem and the cloud in a pretty seamless way. The talk goes into more details on what you get if you set this up, but suffice to say it’s a great, high-fidelity coexistence scenario!

    Rich Coexistence, TechEd, Exchange Online"

    G. Ray Glenn Sr.

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  • Oh and here is yet another great piece of information to go along with your project.

    help.outlook.com/.../ff383252.aspx

    Of course you will need a seperate environment for federation in beta.  We do not support using a 9.x environment in beta. So if you  do this make sure you plan it carefully. That you have backups fo all your files.  That you document it as you go. Because you're going to have to fix it later. We're not allowed to help.

    G. Ray Glenn Sr

    office 365 beta

    technical support engineer

    "G. Ray"  Glenn Sr. 

    MSFT  Community Forums Moderator

    Microsoft Office 365 Technical Support Engineer

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