I am already aware that this question is already asked multiple times on this site but almost all are for SharePoint Server. And I found one for SharePoint Online but this talks about custom development.

I have gone through the following posts,

"The HTTP request is unauthorized" error in a SharePoint Online calendar after you configure a calendar overlay to Exchange Online

Overlay Exchange Calendar in SharePoint

Here it is clearly mentioned that Overlaying Exchange Online Calendar in SharePoint Online is not possible. But this post is last updated on

Article ID: 2997170 - Last Review: Dec 20, 2016 - Revision: 1

Applies to Microsoft SharePoint Online, Microsoft Exchange Online

They also have given link to uservoice, but I am not able log-in.

So, I want to know the status of this at present.

Is it possible to integrate Exchange Online Calendar in SharePoint Online at present?


I have resource mailbox configured. I want to display the events added for this mailbox should be displayed in SharePoint Online. How can I achieve this?

  • Where Microsoft aren't completely useless was listening to gripes concerning the SharePoint Forms/Flow, as they did actually fix a few concerns I had. Perhaps they were really simple requests... Although, I suppose the request from the hundreds of people trying to simply get 2 online products talking to each other (Exchange Online & SharePoint Online) must too complicated for them to handle so they have probably ditched it permanently. This is a deep Shame, as it seems like using Microsoft products are complicated enough without the added frustration of having two platforms that are both appar – Cooper Apr 16 '19 at 9:40

I don't think this could be something Microsoft has in the roadmap of SharePoint Online. There is an option of using Exchange calendars on Office 365 Groups because it is integrated in fact. Office 365 Groups are much more than a simple SharePoint site and have features from Exchange.

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