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    Outlook 2002 and VB program (2002)

    I have a VB program which sends an email to each memeber in my department (50 persons). Because of the new security of Outlook, before it sends each message it warns of a possible virus activity causing this mass mailing and asks if I really want to send it. After clicking yes 50 times I'm really starting to hate this. Is there a way to bypass this checking for emails that I am intentionally sending?

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    Re: Outlook 2002 and VB program (2002)

    I do not have the security upgrade and haven't tested it, but others here have hinted that there are ways to develop around it. For example, the Palm HotSync program apparently has been revised to bypass the warnings. At least you should be able to get down to one warning, no?

    The MS line appears to be as articulated in this earlier article: <A target="_blank" HREF=http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-GB;q262701>OL2000: Developer Information About the Outlook E-mail Security Update (Q262701)</A>.

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    Re: Outlook 2002 and VB program (2002)

    Is it a VB program?
    Or is it a VBA macro?

    What is the exact text of the warning?

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