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I am sending email via access. Outlook now blocks me with following message:
A program is trying to automatically send e-mail on your behalf. Do you want
to allow this.

I must click yes for every email.
Is there a registry setting to change this. Or in outlook or in access ?
Thanks
Alfred

Nov 13 '05 #1
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A wrote:
I am sending email via access. Outlook now blocks me with following message: A program is trying to automatically send e-mail on your behalf. Do you want to allow this.

I must click yes for every email.
Is there a registry setting to change this. Or in outlook or in access ? Thanks
Alfred


Go to http://www.ContextMagic.com and you will find a dinky little
utility called "Express ClickYes" which will automate all this kind of
thing. Alternatively, you can set Exchange to allow certain program
types to send emails without invoking the security sub-system.

Edward
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http://www.bookgroup.org.uk

Nov 13 '05 #2

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Also do a google search for Outlook Redemption
This gets round all the outlook security issues. I have been using it for a
few years and just updated so that it now works with outlook 2003
Alex

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A wrote:
I am sending email via access. Outlook now blocks me with following

message:
A program is trying to automatically send e-mail on your behalf. Do

you want
to allow this.

I must click yes for every email.
Is there a registry setting to change this. Or in outlook or in

access ?
Thanks
Alfred


Go to http://www.ContextMagic.com and you will find a dinky little
utility called "Express ClickYes" which will automate all this kind of
thing. Alternatively, you can set Exchange to allow certain program
types to send emails without invoking the security sub-system.

Edward
--
The reading group's reading group:
http://www.bookgroup.org.uk

Nov 13 '05 #3

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