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Myitem.send Problem

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I have just recently upgraded to Outlook 2003. I had a macro that simply sent out emails with a "myitem.send" statement. Instead of merely "sending" it llike I did before (under the older version), now I am prompted each and every email to "allow" it to be sent. Per the VB Help documentation "When you run a program that uses the Microsoft Outlook object model to call the Send method, you receive a warning message. This warning message tells you that a program is trying to send a message on your behalf and asks if you want to allow the message to be sent. The warning message contains both a Yes and a No button. However, the Yes button is not available until five seconds have passed since the warning message appeared. You can dismiss the warning message immediately if you click No." Is there any way around this message? I have hundreds of emails to send. Usually, there is something like "savechanges = no" which avoids the "Do you want to save" prompt every time you try to close a file without saving the changes.


Mar 30 '07 #1
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