Mailbox delegation cross-premise

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¿Está soportado el delegar un mailbox de un usuario en Exchange Online a una persona cuyo buzón esté onpremise? y viceversa?..., utilizando la configuración de rich coexistence.

 

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Jorge Hernandez.

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  • Hola,

    Pues creo que no es posible, alemos hasta hace poco .... no he visto nada nuevo que diga lo contrario.

    Revisa el documento / sitio Office 365 Deployment Guide, donde dice:

    "3.8.1.2  Hybrid Deployment Considerations

    You should consider the following before implementing an Exchange hybrid deployment:

    ·         Delegation coexistence. Delegate permissions (such as Delegate Access, folder permissions, and “Send on behalf of”) are migrated to Exchange Online but are not available after a mailbox move unless all parties are migrated at the same time. For example, if an executive in your organization is migrated to Exchange Online then his or her administrative assistant must be migrated at the same time in order to maintain delegate access.

    ·         Mailbox permissions. On-premises mailbox permissions such as Send As, Receive As and Full Access that are explicitly applied on the mailbox are migrated to Exchange Online. However, inherited (non-explicit) mailbox permissions and any permissions on non-mailbox objects—such as distribution lists or a mail-enabled user—are not migrated. Therefore, you will need to plan for configuring these permissions in Exchange Online if applicable for your organization. For example, you can use the Add-RecipientPermission and Add-MailboxPermission Windows PowerShell cmdlets to set the permissions in Office 365.

    ·         Cross-premises permissions. It is important to note that we do not support cross-premises permission scenarios. Permissions are only migrated and functional when implementing an Exchange hybrid deployment if there are corresponding directory objects in Exchange Online. Additionally, all objects with special permissions such as Send As, Receive As and Full Access must be migrated at the same time. This also means that to migrate these permissions you must ensure directory synchronization has completed before you start moving mailboxes.

    ·         Offboarding. As part of ongoing recipient management, you may have a need to move Exchange Online mailboxes back to your on-premises environment. For more information, see the Community Help topic Exchange Hybrid Deployment – Moving Cloud-Based Mailboxes to the On-Premises Organization.

    ·         Decommissioning on-premises Exchange. Some organizations may wish to completely remove their on-premises Exchange environment after all mailboxes are migrated. The steps to decommission on-premises Exchange should be planned carefully with the help of an Office 365 deployment specialist. Contact the Office 365 support team for more information.

    ·         Multi-forest Active Directory environments. If your organization implements multiple forests for logon or resource segmentation, Exchange hybrid deployment is not supported.

    In addition, before you configure an Exchange hybrid deployment, your system and servers must meet specific deployment requirements. If they do not meet these requirements, you will not be able to configure your on-premises Exchange organization for coexistence with Exchange Online. The Exchange Deployment Assistant outlines the hybrid deployment requirements for the on-premises Exchange environment."

     

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