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Sending E-mail With Outlook

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A client of mine is using Outlook (2002, I believe), and is getting prompted
for confirmation that another program is sending e-mail in his name. That
confirmation has to go, as it's part of an automated process.

I originally used SendObject. But, according to MS, that doesn't work with
Exchange. So, per their note, I changed it to MAPI code and provided the
Profile name. Everything works; but he's still getting the prompt.

Now, he works in a law firm, and they have a company that provides support.
So far, three people have worked on it, and no one seems to know how to set
the profile to not prompt for confirmation when an application sends mail
for a user. The latest I've heard is that the current guy is recommending
using direct SMTP as opposed to Outlook / MAPI! Surely there must be a way
to set the Exchange profile to not prompt for confirmation.

Anyone?

Thanks,

Neil
Nov 13 '05 #1
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I think Tony Toews mentioned some solutions in his article:

http://www.granite.ab.ca/access/email/outlook.htm

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A client of mine is using Outlook (2002, I believe), and is getting prompted for confirmation that another program is sending e-mail in his name. That
confirmation has to go, as it's part of an automated process.

I originally used SendObject. But, according to MS, that doesn't work with
Exchange. So, per their note, I changed it to MAPI code and provided the
Profile name. Everything works; but he's still getting the prompt.

Now, he works in a law firm, and they have a company that provides support. So far, three people have worked on it, and no one seems to know how to set the profile to not prompt for confirmation when an application sends mail
for a user. The latest I've heard is that the current guy is recommending
using direct SMTP as opposed to Outlook / MAPI! Surely there must be a way
to set the Exchange profile to not prompt for confirmation.

Anyone?

Thanks,

Neil

Nov 13 '05 #2

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