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Q330994 applies to Outlook Express. I'd like to remove part of its functionality???

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I'm trying to overcome the pop-up warning issued by Outlook Express
when an Access application uses SendObject to mail an attachment
(report object converted to an rtf file) to a specified recipient. I
regret to give up all the security features of Q330994, but it seems
that I have no choice. Like pork barrel politics, there are things I
want and things I don't want in the patch. Any past experiences
- please share them.

Here are some relevant sites providing background information...
applies to Outlook Express and indicates that Q330994 can be removed
using the Add/Remove programs tool in XP's control panel. Removing
this security update is supposed alleviate pop-up warning when using
SendObject in Access Basic or VBA.
spells out more details on the security patch for OutLook Express.;en-us;262997
indicates that a similar Microsoft Outlook security update is
responsible for pop-up msgs saying "ACC97: "A Program Is Trying to
Send..." Message with SendObject Macro or Method
Nov 12 '05 #1
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On Tue, 16 Sep 2003 23:47:40 GMT, Chuck Grimsby
<c.*******> wrote:

Why not just create your own SMTP mailer in Access and be *done* with
it? Search the archives of this group at Google for the code. I'm not sure I know what you mean. Can I do that in Access - create
a mailer that doesn't require me to use Outlook or Outlook Express?
I'll search google for "access SMTP mailer" & see what dumps.

If your client needs (or for some silly reason just wants) a copy of
the email of their own, BCC the user in.

Hmmm??? I'll have a go at it.
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