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    Multiple E-Mails (2000 sp3)

    Since MS patched outlook to stop the address book being taken over by unauthorised persons or programs I am having great difficulty in sending regular mailings. When I now open my program to send my various enquiries I see displayed the following message

    "MICROSOFT OUTLOOK
    A program is trying to access EMail Addresses you have stored in Outlook. Do you want to allow this?
    If this is unexpected, it may be a virus and you should choose "No"

    Tick box with allow access for and spinner giving options for 1, 2 , 5 & 10 mins.

    YES NO HELP"

    I am now faced with having to click and keep clicking until all the mail has been sent. I am in great danger of suffering terminal boredom and ask can any one solve my problem.

    I have attempted to read the various help pages from MS but they clearly fail miserably in the clear english department and I can not for the life of me find a way to revert to being able to send multiple enquiries with one click.

    Any assistance will be most appreciated.

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    Re: Multiple E-Mails (2000 sp3)

    This is because you have VBA code to do this task, correct? Suggestions:

    1. Get ClickYes
    2. Use the MailMerge capability instead (oops, may only be in XP and '03)
    3. Use the Redemption Library instead, which will require recoding
    -John ... I float in liquid gardens
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    Re: Multiple E-Mails (2000 sp3)

    Many thanks John for your reply. This one click is just what I needed.

    Sorry to take so long in thanking you but I have been ill over the past weeks and am only catching up on things

    Once again thanks

    Ian

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