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anyone know how to force Windows mail in Windows 8 to use Exchange connection

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anyone know how to force Windows mail in Windows 8 to use Exchange connection
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It can't. Windows Mail only supports IMAP and POP3 connections to mail servers. Exchange uses MAPI. Only Outlook will connect to an Exchange server with MAPI (except perhaps for some third party open source things if they exist. I haven't heard of any).
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thanks!
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