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A way to send attachments with OutLook XP and VB6

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I've written several vb apps that send attachments via Outlook automatically. We are in the process of moving to Office XP.

My problem is that I cannot get around the nice little security feature OutLook XP has about the virus warning when sending attachments through my vb application.

Can anyone help me out with this??

Thanks
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Hi yferfq,

you can check the workarounds on this page
http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/esecup.htm

personally i use express click yes also on that page
nifty little thing and it works for 4 months now with no problem and it's free

HAGD:O)Bruintje
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