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Suppress Outlook 2003 security promps VB2005

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How to suppress the Outlook 2003 security prompts from VB2005. When I tried
to look at the body of a message or any other part of an outlook mailItem --
I get these annoying security prompts. I have to loop through several emails
a day.

Is there some code for suppressing this? I saw some articles about a
product called Outlook Redemption which supposed suppresses these messages.
I have not tried it. Anyone know how to use it?

Thanks,
Rich
Nov 29 '07 #1
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=?Utf-8?B?UmljaA==?= <Ri**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in
news:54**********************************@microsof t.com:
How to suppress the Outlook 2003 security prompts from VB2005. When
I tried to look at the body of a message or any other part of an
outlook mailItem -- I get these annoying security prompts. I have to
loop through several emails a day.
Is this for a client tool... or is it more of an automated process? Is your
mail stored on an exchange server or on a POP server?

Can you process the mail directly on the server instead of through the
client?

You should be able to talk to Exchange directly with CDO rather than going
through Outlook.

For POP3, IMAP there are 3rd party components which will allow you to
connect to those types of servers.
Nov 30 '07 #2

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We have an Exchange server at my place, and I already have an automated app
for sending out emails to clients (client updates ...) using smtp. This
works fine.

I also wrote a quicky program to read emails in my own inbox (Outhook)--
searching for specific text in the body of emails. The goal was to loop
through my inbox and read the body of unread emails. If certain text was
found in the body, then I isolate that/those emails. But the program stops
when I hit one of these security prompts.

Is there a way to get around this security prompt?
"Spam Catcher" wrote:
=?Utf-8?B?UmljaA==?= <Ri**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in
news:54**********************************@microsof t.com:
How to suppress the Outlook 2003 security prompts from VB2005. When
I tried to look at the body of a message or any other part of an
outlook mailItem -- I get these annoying security prompts. I have to
loop through several emails a day.

Is this for a client tool... or is it more of an automated process? Is your
mail stored on an exchange server or on a POP server?

Can you process the mail directly on the server instead of through the
client?

You should be able to talk to Exchange directly with CDO rather than going
through Outlook.

For POP3, IMAP there are 3rd party components which will allow you to
connect to those types of servers.
Nov 30 '07 #3

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=?Utf-8?B?UmljaA==?= <Ri**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in
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I also wrote a quicky program to read emails in my own inbox
(Outhook)-- searching for specific text in the body of emails. The
goal was to loop through my inbox and read the body of unread emails.
If certain text was found in the body, then I isolate that/those
emails. But the program stops when I hit one of these security
prompts.

Is there a way to get around this security prompt?
That's the way outlook works to prevent viruses from accessing Outlook.

I did see a third party component which supposedly allows you to disable
the prompt (Outlook Security Manager) but I'm not sure how legit it is.

So basically no... if you want to do automated processsing you should go
through CDO not outlook.
Nov 30 '07 #4

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Hi,
Well, you can still use Redemption with .Net even though it is a COM
library.
http://www.dimastr.com/redemption/

Dan
"Rich" <Ri**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:77**********************************@microsof t.com...
We have an Exchange server at my place, and I already have an automated
app
for sending out emails to clients (client updates ...) using smtp. This
works fine.

I also wrote a quicky program to read emails in my own inbox (Outhook)--
searching for specific text in the body of emails. The goal was to loop
through my inbox and read the body of unread emails. If certain text was
found in the body, then I isolate that/those emails. But the program
stops
when I hit one of these security prompts.

Is there a way to get around this security prompt?
"Spam Catcher" wrote:
>=?Utf-8?B?UmljaA==?= <Ri**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in
news:54**********************************@microso ft.com:
How to suppress the Outlook 2003 security prompts from VB2005. When
I tried to look at the body of a message or any other part of an
outlook mailItem -- I get these annoying security prompts. I have to
loop through several emails a day.

Is this for a client tool... or is it more of an automated process? Is
your
mail stored on an exchange server or on a POP server?

Can you process the mail directly on the server instead of through the
client?

You should be able to talk to Exchange directly with CDO rather than
going
through Outlook.

For POP3, IMAP there are 3rd party components which will allow you to
connect to those types of servers.

Nov 30 '07 #5

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Thanks. I did read some articles about Outlook Redemption. It sounds like
that is the way to go.

Question: My outlook app is only for my personal use, and I won't be
distributing this particular app. Essentially, I will be using it for
development purposes -- to loop through a list of unread email bodies. I
read that for development purposes you can use Redemption for free. Does
this mean that if I download and install Redemption it will only work in
Debug mode?
"dan artuso" wrote:
Hi,
Well, you can still use Redemption with .Net even though it is a COM
library.
http://www.dimastr.com/redemption/

Dan
"Rich" <Ri**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:77**********************************@microsof t.com...
We have an Exchange server at my place, and I already have an automated
app
for sending out emails to clients (client updates ...) using smtp. This
works fine.

I also wrote a quicky program to read emails in my own inbox (Outhook)--
searching for specific text in the body of emails. The goal was to loop
through my inbox and read the body of unread emails. If certain text was
found in the body, then I isolate that/those emails. But the program
stops
when I hit one of these security prompts.

Is there a way to get around this security prompt?
"Spam Catcher" wrote:
=?Utf-8?B?UmljaA==?= <Ri**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in
news:54**********************************@microsof t.com:

How to suppress the Outlook 2003 security prompts from VB2005. When
I tried to look at the body of a message or any other part of an
outlook mailItem -- I get these annoying security prompts. I have to
loop through several emails a day.

Is this for a client tool... or is it more of an automated process? Is
your
mail stored on an exchange server or on a POP server?

Can you process the mail directly on the server instead of through the
client?

You should be able to talk to Exchange directly with CDO rather than
going
through Outlook.

For POP3, IMAP there are 3rd party components which will allow you to
connect to those types of servers.


Nov 30 '07 #6

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Hi,
No it will work when compliled, but I beleive it sometimes pops up a nag
screen to purchase.

--

HTH
Dan Artuso
"Rich" <Ri**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:3C**********************************@microsof t.com...
Thanks. I did read some articles about Outlook Redemption. It sounds
like
that is the way to go.

Question: My outlook app is only for my personal use, and I won't be
distributing this particular app. Essentially, I will be using it for
development purposes -- to loop through a list of unread email bodies. I
read that for development purposes you can use Redemption for free. Does
this mean that if I download and install Redemption it will only work in
Debug mode?
"dan artuso" wrote:
>Hi,
Well, you can still use Redemption with .Net even though it is a COM
library.
http://www.dimastr.com/redemption/

Dan
"Rich" <Ri**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:77**********************************@microso ft.com...
We have an Exchange server at my place, and I already have an automated
app
for sending out emails to clients (client updates ...) using smtp.
This
works fine.

I also wrote a quicky program to read emails in my own inbox
(Outhook)--
searching for specific text in the body of emails. The goal was to
loop
through my inbox and read the body of unread emails. If certain text
was
found in the body, then I isolate that/those emails. But the program
stops
when I hit one of these security prompts.

Is there a way to get around this security prompt?
"Spam Catcher" wrote:

=?Utf-8?B?UmljaA==?= <Ri**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in
news:54**********************************@microso ft.com:

How to suppress the Outlook 2003 security prompts from VB2005.
When
I tried to look at the body of a message or any other part of an
outlook mailItem -- I get these annoying security prompts. I have
to
loop through several emails a day.

Is this for a client tool... or is it more of an automated process? Is
your
mail stored on an exchange server or on a POP server?

Can you process the mail directly on the server instead of through the
client?

You should be able to talk to Exchange directly with CDO rather than
going
through Outlook.

For POP3, IMAP there are 3rd party components which will allow you to
connect to those types of servers.



Dec 3 '07 #7

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