Connecting Mac OS (Snow Leopard) Mail client to Exchange 2010 account ?

I've tried to connect Mac Mail client to Exchange 2010 with no luck. There is only Exchange 2007 option. My iPhone connects to Exchange 2010 account without any problem.

Is there any way to connect to Exchange 2010 account with native Mac Mail client?
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jacekmalinowskiAuthor Commented:
Thanks for finks.

The problem is that configuration looks ok. The same configuration with iPhone Mail works fine.

I get information dialog with wrong password but when I type it again (the password is correct - works with OWA) Mail still can't connect.
Any possibility it is a language problem? Your server appears to be non-English. Are there any characters in the password which would be different from one language to another? Have you tried a different account with a different password?
Here is a possible solution:
More:  (Note particularly the troubleshooting section)
jacekmalinowskiAuthor Commented:
This solution should work with my Exchange 2010, but I guess I have something wrong with configuration of Exchange 2010 server.
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