microsoft outlook a program is trying automatically send e-mail

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Phil Smith

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I need to avoid this dialog box. The only thing I have found on the web

relates to using Outlook with Exchange. I am not using exchange, but pop3.

How can I bypass this message and force outlook (2003) to send these

emails on?

Thanx
 
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"Phil Smith" <phil@nhs-inc.com> wrote in message

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> I need to avoid this dialog box. The only thing I have found on the web
> relates to using Outlook with Exchange. I am not using exchange, but pop3.

> How can I bypass this message and force outlook (2003) to send these emails
> on?


Bypass what message? Do you have a POP account defined in Outlook?

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Maybe here;

http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/esecup/admin.htm

"Phil Smith" <phil@nhs-inc.com> wrote in message

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> I need to avoid this dialog box. The only thing I have found on the web
> relates to using Outlook with Exchange. I am not using exchange, but pop3.

> How can I bypass this message and force outlook (2003) to send these
> emails on?

> Thanx
 
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Phil Smith

#4
Bypass the message: "a program is trying automatically send e-mail..."

Whenever my phone reporting system tries to email a report out.

The email account works fine. I just don't want to be here at midnight

every night when this rpot fires off to hit the "yes" button...

Brian Tillman wrote:
> "Phil Smith" <phil@nhs-inc.com> wrote in message
> news:%23bKzxUApJHA.5228@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>
> > I need to avoid this dialog box. The only thing I have found on the
> > web relates to using Outlook with Exchange. I am not using exchange,
> > but pop3.
>

>> How can I bypass this message and force outlook (2003) to send these
> > emails on?


> Bypass what message? Do you have a POP account defined in Outlook?
 
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Phil Smith

#5
Nope. Saw that one already. It only works of yoru account is besed on

an Exchange server. This one os not.

DL wrote:
> Maybe here;
> http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/esecup/admin.htm

> "Phil Smith" <phil@nhs-inc.com> wrote in message
> news:%23bKzxUApJHA.5228@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>
> >I need to avoid this dialog box. The only thing I have found on the web
> >relates to using Outlook with Exchange. I am not using exchange, but pop3.
>

>>How can I bypass this message and force outlook (2003) to send these
> >emails on?
>

>>Thanx


>
 
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Roady [MVP]

#6
The issue is caused by the reporting system not talking to Outlook in a

secure way. Contact the vendor for an update; I think they are about 8 years

overdue considering when these programming recommendations got first

introduced.

If this is a legacy application which is no longer supported, then you could

try;

http://addins.howto-outlook.com/mapilab_security

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"Phil Smith" <phil@nhs-inc.com> wrote in message

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> Bypass the message: "a program is trying automatically send e-mail..."

> Whenever my phone reporting system tries to email a report out.

> The email account works fine. I just don't want to be here at midnight
> every night when this rpot fires off to hit the "yes" button...

> Brian Tillman wrote:
> > "Phil Smith" <phil@nhs-inc.com> wrote in message
> > news:%23bKzxUApJHA.5228@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> >
> >> I need to avoid this dialog box. The only thing I have found on the web
> >> relates to using Outlook with Exchange. I am not using exchange, but
> >> pop3.
> >
>>> How can I bypass this message and force outlook (2003) to send these
> >> emails on?

>

>
>> Bypass what message? Do you have a POP account defined in Outlook?
 
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