Hybrid Calendar Service with Exchange Deployment Task Flow
To deploy Hybrid Calendar Service with your Microsoft Exchange environment, perform the following tasks.
Before you begin
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A custom throttling policy helps the Calendar Connector work smoothly.
Add the Hybrid Calendar Service to your organization and connect your Expressway to the Cisco Webex cloud. This creates a resource in https://admin.webex.com and downloads connector software on to the Expressway.
If you want Microsoft Exchange Web Services (EWS) traffic to be encrypted, make sure the Expressway trust list contains the certificate of the CA that signed the Exchange Server certificate.
Configure Exchange Servers for the Calendar Connector.
If you have a Cisco Webex Meetings site, configure the @Webex functionality.
To override how the Calendar Connector localizes meeting join details for your entire organization, set the Default Language setting in https://admin.webex.com.
(Optional) Configure @webex and @meet Keywords
To change the action that the Calendar Connector takes when users enter @webex or @meet, set the Keywords settings in https://admin.webex.com.
(Optional) Register Devices for Calendar Scheduling
If you want One Button to Push (OBTP) functionality to be provided to room and desk devices and Webex Boards that are registered to the Cisco Webex cloud, configure places for the devices.
For OBTP on Cisco Webex room and desk devices and Webex Boards, make sure that meeting schedulers have their Webex Personal Rooms associated with their Webex Teams accounts.
If you configured OBTP in the previous steps, test it with a device.