Outlook 2003, turning off the security verification for mail being sent from another app

I have a VB application that is automatically sending out some reports via email. I am using Outlook 2003 on the workstation and 2 dialog boxes pop up notifiying that another application is trying to send mail and do I want to allow it. How do I turn this feature off so that my app can send out the mail without user intervention to give the go-ahead to send this mail?
DavidNPDAsked:
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will_scarlet7Commented:
Hi David,
There is no known way to turn off the Outlook Security Model. You could look into installing Outlook Redemption (see link below) and using that in your code instead, as it is a com-wrapper that allows access to the extended MAPI functions of outlook thereby getting around the security walls.

http://www.dimastr.com/redemption/

God bless!

Sam
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MicrotechCommented:
Hi DavidNPD,
http://www.contextmagic.com/express-clickyes/ may help your cause

Hope This helps
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DavidNPDAuthor Commented:
That would do It but I really would rather not install an application to do it. Is there possibly a regedit or setting in outlook to turn this off?
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DavidNPDAuthor Commented:
Actually this wouldnt work for me, I will have this station locked during the runnning of my App and it looks like that App wont work during that time.....

"Known Limitations
ClickYes stops processing commands while the Windows NT, Windows 2000 Windows XP or Windows 2003 workstation is locked."
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