Using Outlook 2019 Professional Plus (or associated OWA), connected to Exchange Server 2016 inside an organization's Active Directory domain, can you share a calendar with a specific GMail user?

I've tried right clicking a user's calendar, going to permissions, and add someone outside the organization (a contact with GMail address). But that "Add Users" dialog won't allow you to select a contact outside the domain at all.

Is there any way to achieve this kind of set up at all with Exchange Server?

Can I configure Exchange in a way where users can share their calendar from Outlook (either the Windows 10 client, or from OWA) to a GMail user, in a way that it stays reasonably synched (so the GMail user sees updates no less than 1 hour after they were done in Outlook)?

  • I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because issues specific to corporate IT support and networks are off topic, see On-Topic. Please talk to your IT department. – DavidPostill Nov 22 '18 at 20:27
  • @DavidPostill Suppose I further clarify that the question is whether/how it's possible in general (i.e. remove bits about "...your network"), would you estimate this question has any chance on serverfault instead? I've checked their "On-Topic" page and Exchange Server seems to be within scope? – Jeroen Nov 22 '18 at 20:59
  • That is, I was trying (but perhaps failed) to keep out "my IT department". I want to know if it's possible at all to achieve my goal given this software. – Jeroen Nov 22 '18 at 21:02

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