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sending email using VB6 + outlook - need to disable the send email confirmation screen

Posted on 2003-12-09
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heya

i know this question has been asked before.. but i couldnt find it on the records, so i gotta ask again - sorry!

basically im sending user results from a question program ive written to a specific email address.

however, although everything works out great, Outlook gives a "This program is trying to send an email, do you wish to continue?" and the user is required to click either yes or no. problem is that after you've set a load of questions for students, some of them are not going to be too happy with their results being emailed to the tutor and might, for a laugh, click no (i know i would lol).

basicaly, is it possible to disable the confirmation message so my program can just send the email without having the user need to confirm it?

thankee

dave

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Éric Moreau earned 130 total points
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You can use the free SMTP mailer that won't ask questions: http://www.freevbcode.com/ShowCode.Asp?ID=109

Or you may want to install a "click yes" addition: http://www.express-soft.com/mailmate/clickyes.html
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by jove, thats it!

thankee kindly, that'll do just great:)

adiu xx

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