Stopping that security warning

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PatrickS

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I've got an application that's supposed to be able to allow the users to

email people directly from the application.

The idea being that the user has a list of support calls, selects one to

view the details in the details form and then clicks on a button on that form

to create an email response to the customer that raised the call. The

contents of the email would then be added as a note to the support call in

the database when it gets sent.

I'm getting that security message each time that an email is sent (i.e the

one that starts with 'A program is trying to access e-mail addresses you have

stored in Outlook'). I understand why such a message has been added, but what

would be the best way if any of sending the emails from the application so

that this message does not appear? Using Redemption would probably be out of

the question since I doubt that the company would be willing to pay for it to

use it commercially. I would also prefer to allow them to see the standard

mail item window when they write the message if at all possible, and include

the signature that they would normally have in emails. Is this possible?
 
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Ken Slovak - [MVP - Outlook]

#2
Aside from using Redemption or a recent version of Outlook your other

options are listed at http://www.outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=52

"PatrickS" <msdn_newsgroups001@_removetextplusunderscores_seurre.com.> wrote

in message news:8D1ABFF3-A7E8-46A2-BAAC-9347AE9A7268@microsoft.com...
> I've got an application that's supposed to be able to allow the users to
> email people directly from the application.

> The idea being that the user has a list of support calls, selects one to
> view the details in the details form and then clicks on a button on that
> form
> to create an email response to the customer that raised the call. The
> contents of the email would then be added as a note to the support call in
> the database when it gets sent.

> I'm getting that security message each time that an email is sent (i.e the
> one that starts with 'A program is trying to access e-mail addresses you
> have
> stored in Outlook'). I understand why such a message has been added, but
> what
> would be the best way if any of sending the emails from the application so
> that this message does not appear? Using Redemption would probably be out
> of
> the question since I doubt that the company would be willing to pay for it
> to
> use it commercially. I would also prefer to allow them to see the standard
> mail item window when they write the message if at all possible, and
> include
> the signature that they would normally have in emails. Is this possible?
 

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