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I have an Exchange 2000 server
Client is Outlook 2003
I have a custom form that is published to the Organizational Forms Library and is not 1 offed.
All the docs I can find say that if it is published in Org Lib then Outlook Security Blocks will be bypassed but I am finding the exact opposite, works a treat in Outlook 2002 but security prompts in 2003.

Can anyone shed some light on this ... please ???

TIA,
Steve

Private Function GetRecipients()

Dim outRecipients            'collection of recipients
Dim outRecipient            'single recipient
Dim strRecipients            'string of recipient names
Dim n                  'integer

On Error Resume Next
If moutSession Is Nothing Then
   Set moutSession = CreateObject("mapi.session")
   moutSession.Logon , , False, False
End If

Set outRecipients = moutSession.Addressbook
strRecipients = ""

For n = 1 To outRecipients.Count
   Set outRecipient = outRecipients.Item(n)
   strRecipients = strRecipients & outRecipient.Name & ";"
Next
If Len(strRecipients) <> 0 Then
   strRecipients = Left(strRecipients, Len(strRecipients) - 1)    'Remove last ";"
   GetRecipients = strRecipients
Else
   GetRecipients = ""
End If

Set outRecipients = Nothing
Set outRecipient = Nothing

End Function
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it was not the code ... we forgot the CLient registry key that tells Outlook to use the Server Security settings as documented here ...

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

Steve
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hey ee ... is  THX 1138 your cousin?
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