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    Star Lounger
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    Virus warning when using SendObject (access xp)

    Is there any way of switching off the warning message that access/outlook generates when using DoCmd.SendObject. The message is
    "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 an you should
    choose 'No'"

    Now I can see the merits of this, but it's going to be a major pain...

    TIA

    Alan

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    Re: Virus warning when using SendObject (access xp)

    Have a look at Outlook Redemption here. It is a library designed to get around precisely this problem.

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    Re: Virus warning when using SendObject (access xp)

    Cheers Hans
    A star as usual, I've passed the info on to the top brass to make a decision.

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    Re: Virus warning when using SendObject (access xp)

    It should be an easy decision to make, since Redemption isn't bypassing any security, it's using the Extended MAPI calls which are not full of the same security holes that MAPI is. We use Redemption for this purpose in our commercial applications and it works perfectly.
    Charlotte

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