Resource not updating in exchange 2016
You can contact Microsoft directly to make a case for supporting a specific feature in Office 365, by submitting your idea to Microsoft's Office 365 feedback and suggestions site at https://office365.uservoice.com/For a list of issues that have been resolved, click here.The issues listed below apply to one or more desktop version of Outlook.
So the account in the resource domain is created as a remote mailbox, either through the Exchange 2013 control panel, or using the Exchange Power Shell cmdlet . Looking at the linked mailbox joining process in AAD Connect I discussed earlier, you may be able to see why this is occurring.They'll either help you address it or open a support case, which you can then track.I can authenticate to our AD/Exchange server but I have seen issues with this update.Azure AD Connect has come a long way from the early days of Dir Sync, and multi-forest directory synchronisation is a great step forward, with the ability to synchronise an account forest and Exchange resource forest to Office 365 meeting the needs of many organisations.To provide synchronisation of an account forest and an Exchange resource forest AAD Connect matches accounts across forests using the same attribute used by Exchange, matching the linked mailbox account’s ms Exch Master Account attribute value with the object SID value of the account in the other forest to join them.If a version is not specified, the issues applies to multiple versions of Outlook.
This list only includes known issues for the following versions of Outlook: Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013 for Windows, and Outlook 2011 and Outlook 2016 for Mac.
Can you give a more details account of where you find this settings dialog box?
We have had problems with word 2016 not knowing how to deal with our ADFS implementation on our SP server while word 2011 has no issues.
I tested this on another Mac and the problem occurred there as well. These are issues Microsoft will probably want to tackle right away.
@rschenk, someone from Microsoft pointed me to this to have you take a look.
One person has so far reported something anecdotally.