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    Security Warniings (IE 7)

    I keep getting a message about allowing insecure data.

    Is there a way to turn that off?

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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    Can you be more specific about the message?

    Some dialogs contain a checkbox instructing the browser not to warn you any more. Is that an option in this case?

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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    Sure Jefferson:
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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    Select Tools | Internet Options...
    Activate the Security tab.
    Select Internet in the "Select a zone..." frame.
    Click "Custom Level...".
    Scroll down until you see "Display mixed content".
    Change this option from Prompt to Enable.
    Click OK and confirm.

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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    Thank you sir.

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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    Hans, and I get the attached in my e-mail. I can't find where the setting to shut that one off is, but I DO trust my own messages!

    Is there a setting to shut it off?

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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    This belongs in a thread of its own - most likely in the Outlook forum.

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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    Chuck, this is for the benefit of your correspondents. They may (should!) have turned on attachment security that blocks, for example, .exe and .url files. The dialog is a hint that maybe you should zip the attachment or change the extension so that it is not blocked on the receiving end.

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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    Joe, I thought maybe as well, except that I wasn't sure that it wasn't/isn't an IE security issue.

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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    Jefferson, I'm glad IE is so thoughtful of my respondents. Too bad they have no way of being thoughtful to me! <img src=/S/bwaaah.gif border=0 alt=bwaaah width=123 height=15>
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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    It' not IE being thoughtful, but as the message box clearly states, Outlook.

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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    Thanks Hans. I wasn't sure, as Outlook messages used to be tied into IE.

    Isn't/aren't security (settings) in Outlook in part controlled in Word's Trust Center?

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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    Outlook 2007 is much less intertwined with Internet Explorer than previous versions.

    I don't think Outlook 2007's security settings are controlled by Word, but I'm not an expert on that, so don't take my word ( <img src=/S/pun.gif border=0 alt=pun width=22 height=18>) for it.

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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    I don't see anywhere else Hans. Outlook is showing no "Security" options that I see.
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    Re: Security Warniings (IE 7)

    Doesn't Outlook 2007 have a Tools | Trust Center menu option (in the main application)?

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