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    Microsoft Office has identified a potential security concern

    I found and implemented a VB macro to change the default (18 hours) reminder time on all-day events created in Outlook. It works great, but until I enabled the Trust Center macros setting to "Enable all macros", every time I opened Outlook I got the above message, which continued, "ThisOutlookSession Macros have been disabled..." I then had to click a button, either Enable Macros or Disable Macros, before Outlook would continue to open. Every time. Is there a way to enable that particular macro by default without opening up Outlook to potentially unwelcome macros?

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    The only option would be to digitally sign the macro. You have more info on how to achieve this, here: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ou...001231781.aspx

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    Thank you! That was exactly what I needed.

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    Great .

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