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When I click a mailto: link in a Web document, I'd like it to open Outlook Web Access. I have run across various ways to make Yahoo Mail or Gmail the default main program for Internet Explorer. Is it possible to do the same for OWA or an OWA server? Right now when I go to Control Panel ---> Internet Option ---> Programs ---> Email, the only options available are Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, and Windows Live Mail. Is there a way to add OWA or my OWA server to this list?
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My first guess said no, but then I did a search.  Seems somebody has found a way to o it here at EE

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/onlineservicesexchange/thread/b96522f1-7f2c-4d6a-a0c6-1e0558d91ca1

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