Hybrid Calendar with Office 365 deployment task flow
To deploy Hybrid Calendar with your Office 365 organization, perform the following tasks.
Before you begin
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If you have a Webex Meetings site, make sure it's ready for integration with @webex.
Register your Office 365 environment to the Webex cloud with an initial tenant, authorize write permission, test the connection, and set the default Webex site.
Add a tenant to the Webex cloud, authorize write permission, test the connection, and set the default Webex site.
Modify a tenant's configuration to the Webex cloud, to authorize read/write permissions, deactivate the Hybrid Calendar, and identify the Workspace organizer.
To override how the Hybrid Calendar 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 Hybrid Calendar takes when users enter @webex or @meet, set the Keywords settings in https://admin.webex.com.
(Optional) Customize email templates
Choose what the Hybrid Calendar adds to meeting invitations, including audio or video join details and a localized header and footer in any language that the service supports.
If you want One Button to Push (OBTP) functionality to be provided to cloud-registered room and desk devices and Webex Boards, toggle on the calendar service for the devices, and configure the room mailbox email address.
For OBTP on Webex room and desk devices and Webex Boards, make sure that meeting schedulers have their Personal Rooms associated with their Webex App accounts.