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    I asked this before, and I apologize for that. I tied finding the prior post, but haven't mastered the new layout *at all.* I'm not even sure this is where an Outlook question belongs. Anyway...

    Where in Outlook 2007 can I tell it to always allow and treat as safe macros from a specific signer or author?

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    We still have a Microsoft Outlook forum, but it's now in the Internet/Connectivity section.

    About your question: see View my options and settings in the Trust Center - Outlook - Microsoft Office Online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HansV View Post
    We still have a Microsoft Outlook forum, but it's now in the Internet/Connectivity section.

    About your question: see View my options and settings in the Trust Center - Outlook - Microsoft Office Online.

    Again, thanks Hans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HansV View Post
    We still have a Microsoft Outlook forum, but it's now in the Internet/Connectivity section.

    About your question: see View my options and settings in the Trust Center - Outlook - Microsoft Office Online.
    Hans, those are the overall settings (I think), but I cannot find (or remember) where I ran across the message box that allowed me to say "Trust everything from this publisher". That was where, if I wrote a macro, I could tell it "always trust my macros" so that I wouldn't have to enable macros each time I started Outlook.

    Hans, btw, did they get rid of the "Favorites" list for the forums?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWBillow View Post
    Hans, btw, did they get rid of the "Favorites" list for the forums?
    The terminology has changed. Click Settings > Forums > Manage Followed Forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HansV View Post
    The terminology has changed. Click Settings > Forums > Manage Followed Forums.

    Ah...thanks Hans. Is there a way to have that page as part of one's opening WOPR page so that that info is "right there" -- like it was before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWBillow View Post
    Is there a way to have that page as part of one's opening WOPR page so that that info is "right there" -- like it was before?
    Not at this moment, but I think it will become possible in a few weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HansV View Post
    Not at this moment, but I think it will become possible in a few weeks.
    OK, thanks Hans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWBillow View Post
    Is there a way to have that page as part of one's opening WOPR page so that that info is "right there" -- like it was before?
    You could bookmark the direct URL to that page for now: http://www.wopr.com/index.php?app=co...area=forumsubs

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    You're right Jefferson...that woks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HansV View Post
    We still have a Microsoft Outlook forum, but it's now in the Internet/Connectivity section.

    About your question: see View my options and settings in the Trust Center - Outlook - Microsoft Office Online.
    Hi Hans:

    I'm lost in Woody's new Lounge setup - need to create a post, don't see a way to do so, so I'm emailing you directly.

    I have been transferred to Office 2007 (not by choice) and need to automate some emails. Rather than re-writing my old Access 2002 VBA code for 2007, I tried using the mailmerge utility, but keep getting the security warning each time Office creates a new email item, despite setting security options to the lowest setting and enable macros on. Any way to disable this annoying security feature, either using vba/automation or???

    Please adviseE-mail me.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kriss669 View Post
    I tried using the mailmerge utility, but keep getting the security warning each time Office creates a new email item, despite setting security options to the lowest setting and enable macros on.
    In older versions of Office, you may recall that the permission dialog let you set a time, e.g., 5 minutes, during which you would not be prompted again for access by the same program. Is that still an option in Outlook 2007? Or is it not working?

    == Edit ==

    To avoid confusion, discussion on this question should continue here: [topic='768755']Bypass Outlook 2007 Security?[/topic].

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