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    Bypass Outlook dialogbox prompted by Sendobject (Access 2002)

    After the outlook security update...

    When you run the SendObject macro action or the SendObject Visual Basic for Applications method with the EditMessage argument set to False, you receive the following message:

    A program is trying to automatically send e-mail on your behalf.
    Do you want to allow this?

    If this is unexpected, it may be a virus and you should choose "No".

    ...If you click Yes , the e-mail message is sent.

    My question is, is there a way to disabled this dialog box from coming up? We have looping programs that use Sendobject with each iteration, and users are getting tired of answering the dialog box repeatedly.

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    Re: Bypass Outlook dialogbox prompted by Sendobject (Access 2002)

    The only way to bypass it is not to use SendObject but to use Extended MAPI calls instead.
    Charlotte

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    Re: Bypass Outlook dialogbox prompted by Sendobject (Access 2002)

    You might consider some of the patches that undo some of the draconian security features of Outlook in Office 2002. There were some articles in WOW back a number of months ago about how to do that, and you might also search the Outlook forum to see if you can find something there. Otherwise, Charlotte hit the nail on the head.
    Wendell

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