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    I am sure this is answered somewhere on the Forum
    but I couldn't find it.
    Probably asking the wrong question.

    Anyway....
    When trying to send an outlook email from Access,
    the infernal security pop up

    'Another Application is Trying To....Blah Blah Blah...'
    Have to Press Yes to get rid of it.

    I have seen couple of Ways mentioned how to Turn this Off.

    One used CDO but not sure how future proof that would be and anyway
    code I found did not work.

    Could use ClickYes App, but that clicks everything IF is on all the time.
    I guess it might be possible to Turn It on in Code then send message
    and then Turn it Off.
    I suspect this is also in the Pro version if at all, and that is out of the question.
    Anyway Cannot remember the code for that, or even if it is possible.
    So if anyone knows it that would be good.

    However I read somewhere that it is possible IF using exchange server,
    to set up some Admin Properties in Exchange Server to allow this,
    MS Security Patch to be overcome for Individuals.

    Found some references BUT nowhere did it say exactly how to do it.

    SO....

    Anyone know any of the above solutions that would be jolly grand.

    PS.. I know you pointed me in the direction of ClickYes and Adminpack for Exchange Server before Hans

    But I never managed to fully resolve the issue.
    Andrew

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    What is the objection against having ClickYes active all the time? It only reacts to this specific prompt, not to other prompts.

    See Administration for the Microsoft Outlook E-mail Security Update for detailed instructions for the Exchange setup.

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    [quote name='HansV' post='785635' date='21-Jul-2009 19:36']What is the objection against having ClickYes active all the time? It only reacts to this specific prompt, not to other prompts.

    See Administration for the Microsoft Outlook E-mail Security Update for detailed instructions for the Exchange setup.[/quote]

    Ah, I though Click Yes reacted to any Pop Up that wanted a Yes No Button.
    If it only reacts to this, it is less of an issue.
    Especially IF it is free.

    While I am here, do you know if the CDO method works,
    or better still, how it works.
    Andrew

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    The CDO method does work. There is a DLL that makes working with it easier: Outlook Redemption. The website provides many coding examples.
    Downloading Redemption and using it for development purposes is free. For use in a commercial application you need to buy a license.

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