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    How to disable security warning messages?

    Hi, I have a very low spec PC acting as voicemail server, this was running well on XP but I upgraded to Windows 7.

    With XP I had Outlook Express sending emails to alert users that a voicemail had been received. After the upgrade to Windows 7 I installed Outlook 2007 to replace the now absent outlook express.

    My problem is that outlook creates security warning messages when the voicemail program attempts to tell it to send an email, preventing outlook from performing this task.

    ‘A Program is trying to access e-mail address information stored in Outlook. If this is unexpected…………..Allow access for etc. Allow Deny Help’

    I have fully up to date anti-virus with email scanning option set to to off.

    I have gone to outlook: Tools >Trust Center >Programmatic Access and set it to ’Never warn me’, this has had no effect.
    I’ve gone into the registry ensured the existence of:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\12.0\ Outlook\Security
    DWORD: ObjectModelGuard Value: 2

    I’ve created:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Offi ce\12.0\outlook\security
    DWORD: PromptOOMSend Value: 2
    DWORD: AdminSecurityMode Value: 3

    This has had no effect.

    I’ve downloaded and installed ‘Advanced Security for Outlook’ that didn’t work either.

    I’ve downloaded and installed Thunderbird, it just didn’t like the environment, I could get it to work correctly.

    Any thoughts on how I can disable these warnings or a workaround would be appreciated.

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    If the voicemail program allows mail via the command line you can use Blat - my personal favourite.

    cheers, Paul

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    Many thanks for your suggestions, I opted for a simple solutions of removing outlook and installing Windows Live Mail, configured the Trust Centre and all's good.

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