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Hi,

we are using Windows 8 clients with a Office 2013 installed on them.

The machines are member of a Domain and the Outlook 2013 clients are configured to
connect to our MS Exchange 2010.

We are not using any Microsoft account, we are using domain accounts to logon
to the machines.

The user claims that Windows opens the mailapp by clicking on any email address
inside Outlook 2013 and doesn't open a new plain Outlook email.

Is there any possibility to let Outlook create a new email instead of Windows starts the integrated app?

We don't use any Microsoft linked account.

insi01
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Hi.

See if the application outlook has all possible defaults as shown here (for another program): http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/choose-programs-windows-uses-default
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Perfect! Thank you very much.
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ups forgot to grant the points!

Clear and easy to follow.
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