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    file nameAddress Book Warning (Outlook 2003)

    Each month I have to send out around a 120 emails with a file attached. The process is automated by BEEE. This takes the recipients email address from between #email@somewhere# in the filename and attaches the file to an email body text and places it in Outlooks send queue. Great all works well accept for the annoying 'A program is trying to access your address book .........' message from Outlook. So I have to say this is OK for the next ten minutes and have to click OK for every email. Not very productive. Anyone know of a way of stopping this warning or can suggest a work around?

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    Re: file nameAddress Book Warning (Outlook 2003)

    I don't believe an easy workaround has been found, but see Using SendMail in Excel/Access and Annoying Message for some ideas.

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    Re: file nameAddress Book Warning (Outlook 2003)

    The several second delay on the Send dialog is the most annoying. <img src=/S/sad.gif border=0 alt=sad width=15 height=15>

    I'm not familiar with BEEE. Can it save messages instead of sending them right away? I'm thinking: you use your existing tool to generate and save the draft messages to a folder called DraftBlasts. Then run a macro that uses the Redemption library to open and send each of the messages in that folder. Redemption can bypass the security prompts entirely.

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