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    Microsoft expands partnerships with leading device manufacturers


    Source: Microsoft expands partnerships with leading device manufacturers - The Official Microsoft Blog

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    Brink, Mar 22, 2015
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  2. EemiTan Win User

    Windows Phone Applications

    Hi!

    I'm pretty sure Microsoft will keep the Lumia exclusive apps as Lumia exclusive apps which means they won't be available to other devices. Even though Microsoft is in partnership with other manufacturers it is still a device manufacturer itself and that
    is why it also needs to be competitive.
     
    EemiTan, Mar 22, 2015
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  3. Linley Meslier Win User
    Vista + Mobile 5.1 + Outlook 2007 + Exchange + Password?

    Hello Sanford,



    Delete the partnership on your device and connect again. To do that, open Activesync on the phone and click Menu > Options. Select your PC and click Menu > Delete.
    Restart your Smartphone.



    On your computer, Open WMDC and Expand Mobile Device Settings. Click End a partnership. Then select your device.



    Connect your phone to setup a new partnership.



    Let me know if this helps.



    Linley.
     
    Linley Meslier, Mar 22, 2015
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