turning off outlook macro security

i have a macro ive written in vba in outlook 2000.  it sends an email to all employees of the office.

however, when i run it, outlook displays a security dialog box, asking if i want to allow the application to run.

of course i do.  how do i turn this off?

ive set tools - macro - security to low.
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It is a setting that each user MUST set for themselves, and CANNOT be controlled externally.  If it could, that would open a HUGE security hole.

What you have done, manuulay, to set the Security to LOW is the only mechanism, and EACH USER sets it for themselves.


calfboyAuthor Commented:
ok.  even if i set to low security, i still get the dialog box.
then perhaps you do not have the necessary privileges to set the Security to Low on your PC.  If I am not mistaken, that requires Administrative Rights....but I could be wrong there.


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