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    outlook 2000 sp3 (2000 sr 1)

    HO!HO! BIG problem,

    I have maked a macro to send a sheet from this command (part of code) and when the sheet is sended from the macro appear this message(jpg attached) I must every time confirm with "YES":

    Sub LANCIOMESSAGGIO()

    If Range("A3") = "" Then GoTo TUTTOOK
    If MATRICOLA = "" Then GoTo TUTTOOK

    MESSAGGIO = ("LA MATRICOLA >> " + MATRICOLA + " << NON HA REGOLARMENTE RICEVUTO L'EXCHANGE")
    CODERR = "OK"

    On Error GoTo ERRATAEXCHANGE

    ActiveWorkbook.SendMail Recipients:=MATRICOLA

    MESSAGGIO = ("LA MATRICOLA >> " + MATRICOLA2 + " << NON HA REGOLARMENTE RICEVUTO L'EXCHANGE")

    If MATRICOLA2 = "" Then GoTo TUTTOOK

    ActiveWorkbook.SendMail Recipients:=MATRICOLA2

    GoTo TUTTOOK
    ERRATAEXCHANGE:
    MsgBox (MESSAGGIO)
    CODERR = "ERR."
    Resume Next

    And until yesterday all is ok!

    I have seen in info of Outlook is passed an upgrade with SP3 is this the problem?

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    Re: outlook 2000 sp3 (2000 sr 1)

    >> have seen in info of Outlook is passed an upgrade with SP3 is this the problem?

    Yes, SP3 has more severe security measures. Because of the rash of e-mail viruses a couple of years ago, Microsoft decided to make it harder to send e-mails automatically. This is known as the "Draconian security update." See Outlook Email Security Update on the Slipstick.com site for details. This overview mentions several solutions/workarounds:
    <UL><LI>There is a free program ClickYes that sits in the Notification Area of the task bar (aka System Tray) and clicks Yes each time a program tries to send an e-mail.
    <LI>You can use Extended MAPI instead of MAPI; since Extended MAPI can't be scripted, it doesn't have the security problems that MAPI has. There is a COM add-in that wraps it into a relatively easy programming interface: Outlook Redemption. It is free for development use, but there is a fee if you want to distribute it.
    <LI>If you use Exchange Server, the Exchange admin can disable the restriction for selected users; see Administrative Options for the Outlook E-mail Security Update.[/list]The ClickYes option is probably the easiest.

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